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Garfield Park Conservatory

The Garfield Park Conservatory was built in 1908 on 4.5 acres in- guess where- Garfield Park! You can still visit there today, and I have yet to be there. The card above was mailed to Philadelphia when the conservatory was … Continue reading

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Give me some beer!

This group of guys may be on their lunch break, hanging out and drinking what I assume are some cold brews. The dog is in the middle wondering where his is?!

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Too Good to be True #2

I have totally slacked over the last month! The weather stopped being nice and I started to get lazy after work. At my club’s meeting last weekend I got a bunch of soldier’s mail cards, including the “Too Good to … Continue reading

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Beach Day in February

Today it was in the mid-60s, so I drove down to the shore to Ocean City. The weather was perfect, and there were so many people down there today. I had to wait 35 minutes for Mack & Manco’s (now … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

“Said Romeo Kewpie to sweet Juliet “I hope you’re as happy as can be, you bet,” And that’s just what I say In the same fervent way. ‘Cause I hope you are happy on Valentine’s Day.” I recently got a … Continue reading

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Fort Benning, Georgia

Fort Benning’s history goes back to October 1918¬†for basic training during World War I. Per armybases.org– “Today, the Infantry School as well as the permanent buildings that were completed by the Civilian Conservation Corps are still at Fort Benning. In … Continue reading

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Finally!!!

I finally found a postally used March Dwig Zodiac card on eBay. I know I am a month early in posting it, but it was too exciting. Now, I only need January and my series will be complete!

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