Monthly Archives: October 2014

Something Lost, Something Missing

Today is made of yesterday, each time I steal toward rites I do not know, waiting for the lost … ingredient, as if salt or money or even lust would keep us calm and prove us whole at last. -Ann … Continue reading

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What is our battle cry? Architecture!

Events are moving rapidly in our downtown – and if you are not sure what is happening; you can mistakenly expend all your energies going from one fight to another fight until you find yourself unfocused and involved in rear … Continue reading

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Too Much Information – Too Much Overload!

I have discovered that I have to be careful when talking about the reality of today’s situation in Newburyport or about it’s history.         There are so many who go about their business in town completely oblivious to anything except by pre-conceived … Continue reading

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FYI – The Links are working!

As I slowly get back into the groove of goings on in Newburyport, I am pleased to report that many links that were broken on my website, http://www.ppreservationist.com, have been repaired. Microsoft in their wisdom decided to rename folders making … Continue reading

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Fall Foliage Drives around Newburyport

This is it!      This is peak season for our area – it’s time to break away from your daily habits and take a little time to drive around in your own backyard.     And if you are lucky enough to be … Continue reading

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