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Published the First Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, MA -- October 1, 1999


What's it like to be a tourist in England? Ask Lorry Norris, retired Melrose Public Health nurse, caught in the busloads of sightseers at Stonehenge. "In spite of the crowds," she said, "London has become our favorite city"

Special Section: MELROSE SENIOR FORUM




SixDaysinLondon
DonandLorryNorris
...Chapter1ofaMelroseCoupleSeekingaBreak

Dowsing for Fun and Profit, Part II
Bill Jodrey
... dowsing can find more than water

PhillipsChickenHouse
EllaLetterie
...Theartofbuyingchickens60yearsago

War Declared on Prostate Cancer
by Len Dalton
... My fight with prostate cancer

DreamsandReality
O'Callaghan
...Wespendourtimeandeffort

OurFiftiethWeddingAnniversary
BobRoss
...Ididn'twanttogo

Bolinas Earth Quake
by Sally Ryan
... Shake, Rattle and Roll!
The car jumped up in the air

Four Editors Are Exposed to "Zora"
by Virginia Hanley
... workshop at MIT introduces SilverStringers to virtual environment

TheSagaof"SweetThing"
MaryMacDougall
...FondRemembrancesOfABlueJay

TheCap
RussPriestley
...Thuswasbornthecapwithvisor.

TheBlindedStorm
IreneSidman
...thestormthatlostitseye

Book report: "Godforsaken Sea" by Derek Lundy
by Len Dalton
... Unimaginable terror in 'round the world' sailboat racing.

Bread-TheStaffofLife
MarjorieBurgess
...andthetasteofitwaslikewafersmadeofhoney



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