Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Round Oak Table

The Round Oak Table By O’Ceallaigh There’s a sign sticking in the ground in front of our house now and it says, Century 21 – For Sale!  Well, not really, but, looking at the snapshot, you get the idea!  What … Continue reading

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The Sequence of Autumn

Sequence of Autumn By O’Ceallaigh For several years now I’ve been rising early in the morning, about 6:00 AM, dressing appropriately and striking out on my morning walk. Yesterday was as normal as apple pie. I walked through the dim … Continue reading

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The General

The General By O’Ceallaigh When I take my walk every morning the most distant point from my house is The General. That not its real name, but over the years that what it’s come to be called. Its real name … Continue reading

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Goose Creek

By O’Ceallaigh Just beyond The General is a bridge that spans Goose Creek. By many broad comparisons, Goose Creek is not much of a stream, but it does carry a significant amount of water through the valley from the hills … Continue reading

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