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Hello readers of roadtripteri

Posted on April 11, 2019by Chicken Lady at Locust Lane This is the author of this blog, Teri White Carns. I also have Chicken Lady at Locust Lane (which years ago I set up as my basic WordPress blog),  roadtripteri, and Wheatavore … Continue reading

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Anchorage, late March 2014

  A single green fly makes love to dandelion sun, small universe.   Mt.Susitna (Sleeping Lady) at sunset, March 23, 2014 (about 9:00 p.m.).            

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Saturday Vignettes in Midtown Anchorage

         Gray May Saturday morning —  it’s perfect for walking to the Spenard Farmers Market. Along the way we bought a small loaf of blueberry quick bread ($1) from a fellow raising money for the Three Barons’ Renaissance … Continue reading

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The Carns family goes to London — September 25, 2014

  The computer is misbehaving badly. So I’ll do my best to get this on its way, and mainly with photos. We spent Thursday morning, September 25,  in Seattle with Jim’s dentist brother, and then getting Deke’s pies for lunch, … Continue reading

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Seattle, Dante’s Inferno Ballet, Back to Anchorage 2014

  View of Seattle skyline from Regina and Deke’s apartment; the orange things that look like a cluster of salmon eggs in the bottom left corner are buoys. The Space Needle, and the construction cranes for South Lake Union buildings … Continue reading

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From Antioch to Anchorage — June 20 – 25, 2015

It’s been several days since there was time to sort through pictures and impressions from the hours and places that we’ve been. This is a summary of the riches. Leaving Antioch, June 20, 2015 Even in the drought, dew still … Continue reading

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Fresh Sourdough Express is open in Homer!

  Scones made with the trademark sourdough in the bakery cabinet at Fresh Sourdough Express, Homer.   Last year, Kevin and Donna Maltz sold Fresh Sourdough Express on the road to the Homer Spit and headed for a well-earned retirement. And at … Continue reading

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E.J.’s authentic Philly pretzels

  Soft pretzels, Philly style, with sea salt flakes, and butter glaze. [Photo, TW Carns] My friend E.J. from Pennsylvania says these are the real deal. Having never eaten a Philly pretzel, I have no way of telling, but the ones … Continue reading

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Dante’s Inferno, the ballet — produced by Glenna Burmer

  Dante’s “Inferno” — the ballet, composed and produced by Glenna Burmer Dante Aligheri’s Divine Comedy, and especially The Inferno, has been known since its publication in Italy in about 1317 for beauty and intense humanity. In February 2014, Glenna … Continue reading

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April 19, 2010 — Caesarea — Roman ruins and Israeli trains, plus Anthea’s blogs

April 19, 2010: Roman ruins and Israeli trains Oil tanker anchored in the Mediterranean off the coast at Caesarea, with Roman column in foreground, and haze from a Sahara sandstorm. Jim’s account of the day Quite a day. Up at 5:00 … Continue reading

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