Monthly Archives: May 2013

Flavor of the day: Cicada Crunch

I’m a longtime fan of the Dairy Godmother, a frozen yogurt shop in the Del Ray section of Alexandria, Virginia, so I was looking at their “Flavor of the Day” forecast to see if they had something appealing on the calendar … Continue reading

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Catching up: Sky Meadows

I’ve been so busy out walking around over the past week or so that I haven’t taken time out to write about any of them! Back on May 12 I organized a 5-mile urban walk along the Bluemont and Custis Trails … Continue reading

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Gold: How low can it go?

A couple of recent items provide some insights on what’s driving gold prices these days: “What is the Cost of Mining Gold? ” A great info graphic from Virtual Capitalist analyzing the top 50 mining companies in the world. (Then again, just … Continue reading

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Last Saturday I went with a group on an early morning walk though the azalea gardens in the US National Arboretum in Washington, DC. If you live anywhere nearby, it’s worth the effort to drag yourself out of bed early and beat the rush … Continue reading

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