Monthly Archives: September 2020

Voted From Abroad

You may have heard that the U.S. is having a national election soon. I knew I wasn’t going to be in the U.S. on Election Day, November 3rd, and so I generated and sent, using the VoteFromAbroad.org website, a “Federal … Continue reading

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When the Real World Seems Strange

We’re finally out of self- isolation and have taken a few walks around Canterbury. On our first night of freedom, we celebrated with a dinner at the Café du Soleil, where the food was exceptional and our table on their … Continue reading

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Life in Self-Isolation

I want to share some of my self-isolation experience with you but, first, I need to let you know that my French girlfriend, Marti, came over from Paris on the Eurostar train a few days after I arrived and we … Continue reading

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The Current English Restrictions

From my perch here in Canterbury, I’m a keen observer of the moves the United Kingdom (UK) government is making with regard to Coronavirus restrictions. Yesterday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson held a briefing, along with two of his advisers, to … Continue reading

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Travels Resumed

I’m writing with apologies to Geoffrey Chaucer, who wrote the original, famous Canterbury Tales, whose title I’ve appropriated for this category of my posts. For a variety of reasons, I decided to leave hot, humid Northern Virginia, U.S.A. last week … Continue reading

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