Tim Jon

Church’s Store

March 3, 2021

By Tim Jon It didn’t look like it was closed for repair; the place appeared to be in suspended animation, commerce-wise – perhaps awaiting the machinery of real estate. The…

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Renaissance-looking space in Market Station in Downtown Leesburg

Market Station

January 6, 2021

By Tim Jon Yeah – it was those balconies that got me; no, I’m not simpering about losing my heart on Bourbon Street: I’m just going back, about 20 years…

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Tree and Fence at Fireman's Field

Fireman’s Field

December 2, 2020

I have reached a conclusion: I definitely prefer the world as seen from within the Park’s boundaries to that of the ‘real’ outside. Perhaps one day, I shall just stay…

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Hillside Park rink

Hillside Park

November 4, 2020

By Tim Jon Not everyone likes surprises – I’ve come to find; perhaps ironically enough, I seem to actually enjoy change – even upheaval and turmoil – more and more…

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Gilbert’s Corner

September 30, 2020

BY TIM JONIt’s imperative – it seems to me – that, as you head into a crossroads, you possess some type of knowledge or desire regarding your destination or chosen…

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