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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- September 7, 2012

Yes, that is the Slayton Tower on Mount Hood -- in Melrose -- in a photo taken from the high rock promontory behind the apartment building at the corner of Franklin and Greenwood Streets. One can see the white spire of the Highlands Congregational Church on Franklin Street on the left side of the picture. And to the right, some two miles away, the Mount Hood Clubhouse is sharply visible. The camera used for this 10-year old photo was an early Nikon digital, model 5700, about the year 2002.


Publisher for this issue is Russell Priestley


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Where, please, is the 'park' at Mount Hood?
by Joe Sullivan
... Dog ban raises the issue of identifying area at Mount Hood that is supposed to be a park

Squam Lake, NH
by Ann Robbins Talbot
... well-worth the guided tour

Doggy saga at Mount Hood Park
from Len Dalton
... push and pull issues at Mt. Hood

My dad came from Salt Lake City
by Betty Rossi
... every other year, we drove out West

How did Dorothy Day become Roman Catholic?
by Ed Boyd
... what became of Foster?

Meteorology 101
by Jerry Norton
... setting the record straight

Summer is over, hurrah
by Casa
... but it really was not too bad

Finally! We got to do the Duck Boat thing
from Don Norris
... old history, but a beautiful new look at Boston

Dorothy's blueberry soup
by Betty Rossi
... a few days ago, I received a lovely note

A question answered, finally
by Dorothy O'Connor
... for years I wondered, and then I learned

A few words of sympathy
by Russ Priestley
... in regard to the English language

The new wave -- motorbiking the back roads of New England
from Don Norris
... "Mirror" editor Don Norris and daughter Nancy in the White Mountains

Where on earth are we ...
from the SilverStringers
... not exactly downtown, but those far rocks are, well, close.

Did you Know?
by Florence Shea
... train whistle, Checkmate, vigule



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