Monthly Archives: March 2016

I Walked Back into My Childhood Today

I walked back in time, today, to confront my childhood. Specifically, I went to St Mary’s church, on the hill, overlooking the valley (or at least parts of Crompton.) I was there at the invite of Fr. Doug (priests don’t … Continue reading

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Preface to “The Asheville Experiment”

Many of you will do what we did…search high and wide, for that retirement home. You’ll be driven by a concern your home state fails to deliver; taxes too high; results too low; weather’s tough; it’s better elsewhere. This book … Continue reading

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