Tag Archives: Rhode Island

Followup Friday

Back on December 29, I shared photos of the following buildings in A Building’s Story and asked readers to guess what the original purpose of these buildings were. My thanks to Erik from Reader Area Development for guessing the first … Continue reading

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Place Bucket List (Northeast Edition)

This post is inspired by Adventures in Preservation blog post, which asked readers what buildings were on our bucket lists, as well as my the last Thoughts For Thursday of 2012, a feature that will return soon.  I must admit … Continue reading

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A Building’s Story

This is a reboot of a feature I tried out last month called House Tales.  There wasn’t too much response to the post by way of comments on the post or on my Facebook page.  Maybe it was because many … Continue reading

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Food Trucks and the Community

This is a continuation of Thoughts for Thursday from November 2nd about food trucks and the community, but as this is not a Thursday, I have dropped the Thoughts for Thursday from the title of this post. I am loving … Continue reading

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Pocasset Cemetery Cleanup and Stone Resetting

On Saturday, I had the pleasure of volunteering at Pocasset Cemetery in Cranston, Rhode Island for a cemetery cleanup and to reset some toppled stones.  Earlier in October, the dedicated individuals who regularly volunteer at the cemetery and serve on … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Thursday, On Friday: Food Trucks and the Community

Thoughts for Thursday, on Friday.  Like many in the US, Hurricane Sandy, threw me off the first half of this week.  Thank you for your understanding for the delay.  Fortunately for me, life is back to normal, for so many … Continue reading

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Sandy and Halloween

I am happy to say that my power is back on and my family and my house are all okay after Hurricane Sandy.  I have only been able to see photographs of the devastation in New Jersey, parts of New … Continue reading

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In Honor of “Visit a Cemetery Day”

A busy day prepping for Hurricane Sandy prevented me from heading out to visit a cemetery today.  I have been wanting to post a few pictures of a graveyard I visited two weeks ago, so in honor of “Visit a … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Thursday

This Thoughts for Thursday is inspired by the Newport Food Truck Festival that I attended on Saturday at the Newport Yachting Center in Newport, Rhode Island.  Food Truck Festivals of New England organized and ran the event.  I have been … Continue reading

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Providence Symposium 2012: My Tweets

This is Part 2 on my reflection of the Providence Symposium that I attended on 10/12. If you haven’t read it, you can do so here. As I stated yesterday, I really enjoyed the symposium, but on a minor note, … Continue reading

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