|VAN SICLEN AVENUE, BROOKLYN, NY.|
Instead of one of my more usual blogs (do I have a usual blog?), I decided to go on Google Maps and see if I could find every place I've ever lived (not including college dorms or anyplace I/we stayed less than 6 months). A few places are in "gated communities," which Google must not have had permission to drive through. In Guilford, they just didn't drive up our cul-de-sac. In those instances, I either included a photo of the community entrance or an aerial shot.
|NORTH MASSAPEQUA, NY.|
One really fun discovery: I had been under the impression that the house we lived in when I was born had been torn down long ago. It was built in 1901 (and, yes, it was already a really old house when I was born!). But there it is on Google maps— still standing. It's the first in the series.
The University Years
|BROCKPORT, NY. (APPROPRIATELY, AT THE END OF HIGH STREET.)|
A Place of My Own
The San Geraldo Years
|MARINA DEL REY, CALIFORNIA.|
|GEORGETOWN, WASHINGTON, DC.|
|NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT.|
|SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA.|
|LAS VEGAS, NEVADA.|
|AND NOW... LOS BOLICHES, FUENGIROLA, MÁLAGA.|
(AND, I DON'T KNOW ABOUT YOU, BUT I'M EXHAUSTED!)
|DALE AND I, VAN SICLEN AVENUE, 1956.|