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  • Vera Bradley Hipster Crossbody in Heather
  • Gen. Leonard Colby and Lost Bird

    Lost Bird – the Sad Story of a Baby Taken from Wounded Knee

    Zintkala Nuni – or “Lost Bird” was one of the casualties of the Wounded Knee Massacre in 1890, but not because she died in the fields with others from her tribe who were mowed down by gunfire from US Federal troops. Zintkala was in the fields that day and in […]

  • Wounded Knee – Should You Visit?

    Wounded Knee – Should You Visit?

      For those, like me, who like to travel to feed the mind, body and the spirit, a trip to Wounded Knee will feed your spirit and mind, but it’s liable to break your heart. Reading about it is difficult enough, but standing in the presence of the mass grave […]

  • Merry Christmas from Marion Station – 2015

    Merry Christmas from Marion Station – 2015

      December 24, 2015 Merry Christmas from Marion Station, our hometown on the east side of the Chesapeake where there are more chickens than people. Life is still good here, though very slow paced. We’ve been here for over 13 years now, and I know that I’ll never return to […]

  • Oldest House in Cambridge haunted by the floating soldier

    40 Halloween Ghost Tours Offered on Maryland’s Eastern Shore

    Ten historic towns are featured in the largest cluster of heritage ghost walks in America. Chesapeake Ghost Walks is conducting over forty Halloween ghost tours in ten historic towns on Maryland’s Eastern Shore in October. The ghost tours spread across eighty linear miles in five counties situated east of the […]

  • Blending the tomatoe puree with the vegetable mixture

    Recipe: Granddaddy’s Gazpacho – A Taste of Seville

    For a little taste of Sevilla, here’s a recipe for Granddaddy’s Gazpacho.  Load up on the garlic.  After tasting this brew, you’ll have full summer protection from vampires.  LOL. It’s July and tomatoes are being harvested from gardens everywhere.  Gazpacho, the simple tomato based soup served cold, is a popular […]

  • Gardeners Headed to Maine – Stop at the Statue Factory

    Gardeners Headed to Maine – Stop at the Statue Factory

    The Statue Factory in Kenduskeage, Maine is about 30 minutes from Bangor. It’s a small business owned by Lorraine Henderson who has been manufacturing concrete garden art – with the help of her husband for over 20 years. Dan and I have been buying pots, columns and statuary from them […]

  • Vera Bradley Hipster Crossbody in Heather

    My Name is Mindie B. and I’m a Vera Bradley Addict

    I admit it. I am a Vera Bradley addict – a Vera Bradley freak. My 30-something children all make fun of my flowery, paisley, vibrantly colored quilted bags that I carry around everywhere. I had to unsubscribe from Brad’s Deals because they feature a Vera Bradley sale every two weeks that […]

 

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40 Halloween Ghost Tours Offered on Maryland’s Eastern Shore

Oldest House in Cambridge haunted by the floating soldier

Ten historic towns are featured in the largest cluster of heritage ghost walks in America. Oldest House in Cambridge haunted by the floating soldier Chesapeake Ghost Walks is conducting over forty Halloween ghost tours in ten historic towns...

 

#17 Take a Lazy Break at Layton’s Chance Winery

#17 Take a Lazy Break at Layton’s Chance Winery

Layton’s Chance Winery   Part of the 100 Things to Do Between the Bridge and the Beach series Layton’s Chance Winery in Dorchester County, Maryland is just a ten minute detour off of Route 50, and a great place to stop, rest,...

 

10 Cool – Mostly Free Things to See in Ocean City Maryland

10 Cool – Mostly Free Things to See in Ocean City Maryland

Here are 10 cool – mostly free things to see in Ocean City, Maryland. It’s been a family destination for summer fun for over 100 years, but when you’re looking for something besides the sun, sand and ocean, check out these...

 

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Lost Bird – the Sad Story of a Baby Taken from Wounded Knee

Gen. Leonard Colby and Lost Bird

Gen. Leonard Colby and Lost Bird Zintkala Nuni – or “Lost Bird” was one of the casualties of the Wounded Knee Massacre in 1890, but not because she died in the fields with others from her tribe who were mowed down by gunfire...

 

Wounded Knee – Should You Visit?

Wounded Knee – Should You Visit?

Lakota Indian Chiefs who counciled with Gen. Miles and settled the Indian War. Photo taken by John C. H. Grabill in 1891. Library of Congress 99613798   For those, like me, who like to travel to feed the mind, body and the spirit, a trip...

 

Gardeners Headed to Maine – Stop at the Statue Factory

Gardeners Headed to Maine – Stop at the Statue Factory

Primrose statue from the Statue Factory The Statue Factory in Kenduskeage, Maine is about 30 minutes from Bangor. It’s a small business owned by Lorraine Henderson who has been manufacturing concrete garden art – with the help of...

 
 

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Lost Bird – the Sad Story of a Baby Taken from Wounded Knee

Gen. Leonard Colby and Lost Bird

Zintkala Nuni – or “Lost Bird” was one of the casualties of the Wounded Knee Massacre in 1890, but not because she died in the fields with others from her tribe who were mowed down by gunfire from US Federal troops. Zintkala was in the fields that day and in […]

 
 

Wounded Knee – Should You Visit?

Wounded Knee – Should You Visit?

  For those, like me, who like to travel to feed the mind, body and the spirit, a trip to Wounded Knee will feed your spirit and mind, but it’s liable to break your heart. Reading about it is difficult enough, but standing in the presence of the mass grave […]

 
 

Merry Christmas from Marion Station – 2015

Merry Christmas from Marion Station – 2015

  December 24, 2015 Merry Christmas from Marion Station, our hometown on the east side of the Chesapeake where there are more chickens than people. Life is still good here, though very slow paced. We’ve been here for over 13 years now, and I know that I’ll never return to […]

 
 

40 Halloween Ghost Tours Offered on Maryland’s Eastern Shore

Oldest House in Cambridge haunted by the floating soldier

Ten historic towns are featured in the largest cluster of heritage ghost walks in America. Chesapeake Ghost Walks is conducting over forty Halloween ghost tours in ten historic towns on Maryland’s Eastern Shore in October. The ghost tours spread across eighty linear miles in five counties situated east of the […]

 
 

History Press Releases Haunted Mid-Shore – 3rd Book by Mindie Burgoyne

The Haunted Mid-Shore - Spirits of Caroline, Dorchester and Talbot Counties - by Mindie Burgoyne

The Haunted Mid-Shore: Spirits of Caroline, Dorchester and Talbot Counties The History Press has released the latest book of spooky tales by local author Mindie Burgoyne, “The Haunted Mid-Shore: Spirits of Caroline, Dorchester and Talbot Counties.” The book features 25 tales set in Maryland’s Mid-Shore region, including “Mary’s Ghost at […]

 
 

Recipe: Granddaddy’s Gazpacho – A Taste of Seville

Blending the tomatoe puree with the vegetable mixture

For a little taste of Sevilla, here’s a recipe for Granddaddy’s Gazpacho.  Load up on the garlic.  After tasting this brew, you’ll have full summer protection from vampires.  LOL. It’s July and tomatoes are being harvested from gardens everywhere.  Gazpacho, the simple tomato based soup served cold, is a popular […]

 
 

Gardeners Headed to Maine – Stop at the Statue Factory

Gardeners Headed to Maine – Stop at the Statue Factory

The Statue Factory in Kenduskeage, Maine is about 30 minutes from Bangor. It’s a small business owned by Lorraine Henderson who has been manufacturing concrete garden art – with the help of her husband for over 20 years. Dan and I have been buying pots, columns and statuary from them […]

 
 

My Name is Mindie B. and I’m a Vera Bradley Addict

Vera Bradley Hipster Crossbody in Heather

I admit it. I am a Vera Bradley addict – a Vera Bradley freak. My 30-something children all make fun of my flowery, paisley, vibrantly colored quilted bags that I carry around everywhere. I had to unsubscribe from Brad’s Deals because they feature a Vera Bradley sale every two weeks that […]

 
 

#18 Come Heres, Born Heres and Annie Oakley

Annie Oakley House in Cambridge, MD

Ties That Bind on the Eastern Shore Most people rushing to the beach don’t realize the rich culture that exists on either side of the highway. They don’t know that Annie Oakley and her husband once chose to live here as did Tom Clancy, John Barth, Sissy Spacek, Tallulah Bankhead, […]

 
 

10 Things You Must Do in Dingle

St. Senan's Church - Kilshannig

What is there to do in Dingle?  Too many things to count. This post only lists 10 things, but one could easily find 50 to 100 things to do in Dingle – a peninsula off the south-west coast of Ireland.  It’s a bit out of the way and often missed by […]

 
 

Hag Breakfast at the Hay Adams – and a ghostly encounter

Hag Breakfast at the Hay Adams – and a ghostly encounter

Hay Adams – Where Nothing is Overlooked Except the White House The Hay Adams Hotel at 16th & H Streets in NW Washington DC has as its motto, “Where nothing is overlooked except the White House.” It’s noted for its fine dining, superior accommodations and the spirit of Clover Adams […]

 
 

REVIEW: A Fine Romance – by Susan Branch

REVIEW: A Fine Romance – by Susan Branch

A Fine Romance: Falling in Love with the English Countryside If you love Charles Dickens, Emily Bronte, Beatrix Potter, Tasha Tudor and high tea, you will love A Fine Romance by Susan Branch. A non-fiction writer and artist specializing in Home and Garden genres, Susan Branch makes her home on […]

 
 
 
 

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