Recommended reading

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💻 David Jenkins was in Moscow for a while in 1990. He shares photos and a perspective on the poeples’ ability to worship as the Soviet era was beginning to end. Read Eastern Europe 1990: A Meeting in Moscow

Pause in the photowalk
Apple iPhone 6s, 2020.

💻 I love short memoir articles, and Jerome Carter wrote a nice one this week. He remembers chili dogs and Nehi grape soda in his rural southwest Virginia childhood. Read Of Chili Dogs and Childhood Memories

📷 Mark O’Brien, who like the Argus C-3 is from Ann Arbor, Michigan, finally writes his magnum opus to his hometown’s most famous camera. Read The Argus C-3: The Infamous Brick


9 responses to “Recommended reading”

  1. Jeff Shroyer Avatar
    Jeff Shroyer

    Jim, Love the chili dog remembrance from Jerome! Love your blog; keep it coming! Jeff

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      My pleasure!

      1. Jerome Avatar

        Jim, glad you liked the post! Looking back through your posts from a while back, I see you are from down that way. Where I lived Bluefield was the big city. 😂

        1. Jim Grey Avatar

          I’m a lifelong Hoosier, but my dad’s family is from WV, just down Highway 61 from Charleston. In the last 10 years or so of my dad’s life we used to go back for family reunions. It was good to connect with the WV Greys. Thanks for checking in!

    2. Jerome Avatar

      Jeff, glad you enjoyed it!

  2. Dave Jenkins Avatar

    Thanks for linking to my blog, Jim. I hope you get your problems with WordPress worked out. I’m not really happy with Blogger, but I can kinda-sorta make it work. I don’t think my computer skills are good enough to use WordPress.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Happy to share your story, it was a good one. If Blogger works for you, no reason to leave!

  3. Nancy Stewart Avatar
    Nancy Stewart

    Hi Jim …. I like to try different brews …. how would you describe Anchor Steam ??

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      I don’t know how to describe it so I’ll link you to some experts!

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