Monthly Archives: April 2013

PATTERSON HOMESTEAD

Ever wonder why there are so many roads named Patterson in Dayton? Col. Robert Patterson, Revolutionary War hero came to Dayton in 1804 from Lexington, KY to 2,038 acres of farm land that became the Patterson Homestead and is now part of … Continue reading

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IT’S HERE

Spring is here: though we always doubt, the earth does come back to life each year. It is something we can count on!  One of the first signs of spring is the red bud! One of my favorite places in spring … Continue reading

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KILL EVERYTHING: a book review

Since author Nick Turse was not yet born 40 years ago when the Vietnam War ended, it seems natural that he would present a thoroughly documented history to try to understand what occurred over the course of that long war. … Continue reading

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A BRIDGE IN ALL SEASONS

Cox Arboretum in the Five Rivers Metro Parks is attractive in all seasons but especially in the next couple of months when blooming flowers and trees are everywhere. One feature of the park which is attractive in all seasons is … Continue reading

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