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The Galveston County Daily News : Travel

November 23, 2014

Travel

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Cashing in on a crashed industry

"Don’t let the zombie get on our bus!” I screamed to the driver.

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Wednesday 09/17/2014
Michigan island has unique ambience
Posted: September 17, 2014

MACKINAC ISLAND, Mich. — What is America’s only state-owned and maintained highway that does not allow any motorized vehicles on it?

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Sunday 11/03/2013
Travel mantra: None too small, none too remote
Posted: November 03, 2013

My travel attitude is that there is no town too small or too remote not to have some worthwhile attraction to explore and learn from.

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Sunday 08/04/2013
Town for fictional setting in ‘Mockingbird’ welcomes visitors
Posted: August 04, 2013

Judge Janice Law toured the Monroeville, Ala., the setting for the fictional town in Harper Lee’s novel “To Kill a Mockingbird.”

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Sunday 07/07/2013
Visit to Gettysburg brings song lyrics to mind
Posted: July 07, 2013

GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Wandering this low hilly battlefield, hallowed forever by 51,000 boys and men who were casualties here 150 years ago in a grisly three-day bloodbath that was a turning point in America’s Civil War — a 1960s melancholy song kept intruding into my thoughts.

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Sunday 06/02/2013
Triangle of Texas towns a relaxing long weekend
Posted: June 02, 2013

Don and Janice Law first visited Indian Lodge in Davis Mountains State Park in the courtyard in 1992. They took a photo then, in 2002 and on April 20.

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Sunday 05/05/2013
Visiting the White House south gardens is a special treat for all
Posted: May 05, 2013

WASHINGTON — Janice Law visited the south side of the White House.

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Sunday 04/07/2013
Smithsonian showcases women’s suffrage exhibit
Posted: April 07, 2013

Life imitated art this year on March 3, as about 5,000 women, some in period attire, re-enacted the first a parade when 5,000 women, who were spat upon, hit by tomatoes, mocked and derided by about 500,000 men, many of whom were intoxicated, resolutely marched down Pennsylvania Avenue toward the White House, demanding that Congress approve, and just-elected President Woodrow Wilson endorse, a Constitutional amendment allowing women the right to vote.

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Sunday 03/03/2013
Memorial to 9/11 meant to be ‘experienced on a personal level’
Posted: March 03, 2013

Janice Law visits the Pentagon Memorial in Arlington, Va. 

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