Thursday Doors –Windsor Fire Houses

Since Windsor is arguably Connecticut’s first town, it should come as no surprise that it contains an abundance of historic buildings. Few, if any date back to the 17th century, when the town was founded, but since they were here first, they expanded earlier than other towns. As the population grew, the town needed a... Continue Reading →

One-Liner Wednesday – Walk Pause Click

Most people who know me know to expect me to periodically stop to take a picture. Quite often, the subject will be a door, but cranes, birds, trains, construction sites, old cars, historic buildings, reflections of anything in anything, rivers, bridges, fire trucks, fire stations, signs, and the list goes on. Sometimes, apparently, this behavior... Continue Reading →

It’s a Man’s World at the Bar Today

If we were having a beer, I’d be trying to keep a secret from you. “I don’t think there’s a barman on duty today.” “Cheryl’s on duty. She’s probably in the back. Barman, what’s that all about?” “Sorry, I’m trying to use words with ‘man’ in them.” “Why?” “Actually, it’s your fault.” “How’s that?” “Your... Continue Reading →

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