One-stop recap of Whispering Chimneys: My Altamont childhood

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One-stop recap of the twenty-six Molly’s Canopy posts in the April 2017 Blogging From A to Z Challenge. Thanks for joining me on the journey and leaving so many supportive comments along the way!

When the April 2017 Blogging From A to Z Challenge ended on April 30, I was happy to be among the survivors who completed the online marathon — for the second year in a row!

After generating twenty-six posts in just one month, I am craving a return to the more leisurely pace of weekly blogging as I continue to explore my ancestors’ lives and the research techniques I used to find them.

Yet I thoroughly enjoyed taking a deep dive into my early childhood this year and writing about my time at Whispering Chimneys — and I may follow up with a sequel about my early suburban life for A to Z 2018!

Still to come is my Reflections post about my second A to Z Challenge experience — but other than that, I am taking a blogging vacation in May!

Whispering Chimneys recap

Aerial view of Whispering Chimneys, the farm where I spent my early childhood (circa 1950s). Click to enlarge the photo, and you will see all the areas I wrote about — from the farmhouse, the barn and the mailbox to the pines, the cabins, my grandmother’s antique shop, our bailed hay ready for sale and the well tended fields of the working farm next door. And of course Route 20 right out front. Scan by Molly Charboneau

While I mentally recharge, here is a summary of the April 2017 posts about Whispering Chimneys: My Altamont childhood…where my genealogy journey began.

Please check out any you may have missed. Comments are still open on the later posts — and I love hearing from readers!

Please stop back on May 8 for:  Reflections on the April 2017 #AtoZChallenge!

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