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Empire State Building Tombstone In The Aurora Cemetery, John W. Bowser

Empire State Building Tombstone In The Aurora Cemetery, John W. Bowser

For the first fourteen years of my life I used to live in Europe in a small town, with population of three thousand people and with some an amazing historical background dated back to 14th century. Read More »
Scary Scary Night, A Bit Of Ghost Today

Scary Scary Night, A Bit Of Ghost Today

Halloween, and why not a bit of ghost story for you today. Trick or treat, scary houses, hunted forest and spirit walks - all here in our Aurora. So I thought I will join the wagon and tell my scary story. Read More »
Aurora Pet Cemetery Happy Woodland, Just A Bit More And May Be Last

Aurora Pet Cemetery Happy Woodland, Just A Bit More And May Be Last

I have gone that far and here I am giving up. For time being I have decided to physically stop searching for the Woodland (sometimes referred as Woodlawn) Pet cemetery in Aurora. Read More »
Excellent Customer Service Does Not Go Unappreciated

Excellent Customer Service Does Not Go Unappreciated

Last week I finally got my letter out to Mayor acknowledging Ivy (Accessibility Adviser then) for the excellent customer service regarding concern I had how the pedestrians, Read More »
Where Did All The Turtles Go? Autumn, Nature’s Accents & Abstract

Where Did All The Turtles Go? Autumn, Nature’s Accents & Abstract

Last week I read a story about the 30 lb turtle that was saved in Aurora by the Hadley Grange residents and the police. I never thought that our pond would have something that big. Read More »
Skylight Gallery, Emerge Into Light, Definitely Captivating & Worth Discovering

Skylight Gallery, Emerge Into Light, Definitely Captivating & Worth Discovering

Oct 4, 2011
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Mission accomplished. The long promised letter has been delivered to the Town Hall on Monday. We were going to just drop it off in the reception area on the first floor and then out. Read More »
Canine Leash-Free-Park, Found Parking On Industrial Parkway To Access The Arboretum

Canine Leash-Free-Park, Found Parking On Industrial Parkway To Access The Arboretum

Oct 2, 2011
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I always walk to and enter the Arboretum from the Industrial Parkway and St. John's Sideroad intersection. It cannot be missed. It has wooden pergola on the East side of St. John's sideroad built by the Home Depot in Aurora. Read More »
PLEASE Do Not Feed This Duck, That Duck, Any Duck In The Pond

PLEASE Do Not Feed This Duck, That Duck, Any Duck In The Pond

I saw father feeding ducks yesterday in the pond with white bread. He was with a small girl and was letting her feed ducks too. Ducks loved it. Girl enjoyed it. Matthew was doing happy dance. I was about to say something, but I did not. Read More »
Wildlife Camouflaged, The Best Of First Observation Deck & Deceived

Wildlife Camouflaged, The Best Of First Observation Deck & Deceived

'Fast, fast the flying Great Blue Heron! Over there, look over there!' - she directed me. 'Here do you see Green Heron? Come here. Can you see him?' - she pointed out. Read More »
Pioneer Women At Aurora Farmers Market

Pioneer Women At Aurora Farmers Market

A senior lady came to the Pioneer booth and told Katherine Belrose - 'Oh, my mother used to have one of those'. She pointed out in the direction of the spinning wheel and a woman spinning the woolen yarn. Read More »
Senior’s Day In Pictures At Aurora Farmers Market

Senior’s Day In Pictures At Aurora Farmers Market

Aug 16, 2011
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A very eventful day at the Aurora Farmers Market on August 13th, 2011 it was. It was a Senior's Day. As you can see in pictures they enjoyed signing, listening, shopping, chatting, eating good food, and more ... Read More »
Aurora Farmers Market, In The Past It Was Old Post Office & General Store

Aurora Farmers Market, In The Past It Was Old Post Office & General Store

Aug 16, 2011
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The Aurora Farmers Market is definitely not just a place to buy local but also it is a gathering place 'Your Meeting Place In Aurora'. Another place to buy, but there is more. A place where we meet others. A place where children have fun. A place where we escape. Read More »
Aurora High School Teachers Photo Journey

Aurora High School Teachers Photo Journey

Aug 3, 2011
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A while ago, (June 2011) I have published post (Aurora, A History In Pictures Collectible Book Arrived With A Surprise, An Old Photo) about a photograph that arrived in the mail Read More »
Who Was Mrs. Capstick, Pet Cemetery, Part V

Who Was Mrs. Capstick, Pet Cemetery, Part V

Jul 13, 2011
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I know that I have not written much about Victor Blochin since his wife Anne Elizabeth Blochin, maiden name Wilson, Read More »