Tag Archives: Bensalem Township

Teasing the Memory

From my thinking about a Social Media chat I’ve been having on Facebook, the topic for this week’s journal entry has to do with memory, thanking my lucky stars mine hasn’t faded too much, except for trying to remember where … Continue reading

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It’s Always Something

The prior tirade on these hallowed pages has addenda added in the comments’ section, updating the status of the awaited parcels mentioned in the essay, one of which was a new Fender Squire Telecaster; and the other is a new … Continue reading

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Happy Christmas – Merry Hanukkah

            On Christmas Eve 2015, I hung out in the shadows at Pen Ryn Mansion with the hope and intention of witnessing a legend about which has been around for centuries in my part of … Continue reading

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Haunting at Pen Ryn: The Ghosts from Christmas Eve Past – The Conclusion

The Bickleys were blue bloods and they made sure everyone knew it. The colonial aristocrats remained loyal to the Crown during the American Revolutionary War, as did most of the other comfortably rich families in the colonies during that era. … Continue reading

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Protected: Sarobia: An Experimental Commune, Art Colony and Wildlife Sanctuary

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Waiting with Bated Breath for Spring and Baseball Season

Worse winters have been listed on record for single snowfalls, such as the one when the behemoth blizzard of ’96 struck in early January. Philadelphia was socked with 31 inches (79 centimeters) of powdery snow that shut the area down … Continue reading

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