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Tuesday, February 17, 2009


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wow gorgeous daily photo blog! you are doing greensboro proud.

thanks for dropping in at the lakewood daily snap.

best of luck with your blog, I'm really impressed with how much you pack in!

you can count on my returning!

Jane Mitchell

Absolutely love this photo of one of Greensboro's finest spots. The O. Henry resonates with so much of Greensboro's history as does the Proximity. They do good things for the city and this chauffeuring service is really "uptown".


Great photograph!
And thank you for stopping by my blog.
On the subject of crocks: they are called 'gorshoc' in Russian and were used not only in monasteries but everywhere, though for the last 1-2 centuries mostly by peasants. Modern 'versions' of crock are rather small-sized and treated as a kind of exotic kitchenware. And, by the way, they are washed exactly as other dishware.

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