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Old, Beat Down Baltimore Bus, Beautiful in Its’ Degradation

I’ve always enjoyed driving down Falls Rd between Hampden and the area now known as Station North. I enjoy any swath of land in the City that is devoid of the typical urban features.  Part of this stretch of road … Continue reading

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I See Dead Sort of Famous People! Betsy Patterson Bonaparte

So here’s a little more from my visit to Baltimore’s Greenmount Cemetery.  Anyone that reads my blog with any regularity knows that I managed to accidentally discover and become obsessed with the Family Cemetery Plot of the powerful Patterson family.  … Continue reading

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Baltimore’s Historical Conflict Cast in Bronze..and probably some other materials.

An activity that my fiancee, Anna and I enjoy immensely is going for a relaxing hike through Robert E. Lee Park.  Robert E. Lee is a great place to get away from the rigors of city life without ever leaving … Continue reading

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