Monthly Archives: March 2015

A Picnic In Ireland

By O’Ceallaigh- We had spent 10 days traveling around Ireland enjoying scenery that only The Old Sod can provide. Flying in over the West coast we could see the famous patchwork of the stone-lined fields so indigenous to Ireland. But … Continue reading

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That Lonesome Whistle

By O’Ceallaigh- Situated across from “The General” is the old Traction Depot. It is a trolley station that has long since been vacated from its original use, but, it’s still there, perched on the bank of Goose Creek. In recent … Continue reading

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The Day of the Alfa

By O’Ceallaigh – (This is not mine, but it is exactly like mine!) Some guy who had a lot more money than I did in 1964 bought an Alfa Romeo 2600 Spyder convertible. Driving down a street in Cleveland, or … Continue reading

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The Dark Day

By O’Ceallaigh – Here in Florida we’ve had three days of overcast – gray days, threatening rain. The darkness, unusual for this time of year in the sunshine state, but…. We used to have a huge garden across the gravel … Continue reading

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