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The Eerie Bones of Fort Fremont

Think Mayan Tulum, the Forest Moon of Endor & The Planet of the Apes all bundled up. Why this hasn’t been used as a filming location for a horror or sci-fi movie is beyond me. At first glance, Fort Fremont … Continue reading

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 A Remembrance of Restaurants Past (with apologies to Marcel Proust.)

I had ceased now to feel mediocre, accidental, mortal. Whence could it have come to me, this all-powerful joy? I was conscious that it was connected with the taste of tea and cake, but that it infinitely transcended those savours, … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Georgetown Caviar

In March of 2012, my step son returned from Folly Beach with the firm held conviction that he had witnessed first hand the presence of a sea monster. It was, in truth, a dinosaur, or at least one of the … Continue reading

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