Tales From The Tuxedo Inn

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Archive for November, 2013

November 14, 2013

I expected a doorman at the shining chrome and glass doors.  Instead we opened the doors for ourselves and stepped into a small elevator lobby.  On the right hand side was a matching chromed and mirrored door that had “Office” painted on it in a 1930’s style font. On the left there was a matching […]

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November 12, 2013 Part 2

The gates slapped closed behind us with a prison movie clang.  Instead of clear view of a house or a dock, the driveway was surrounded by fir trees.  They were fifteen or more feet high on either side of the drive  around the car.  The tarmac made a graceful curve through the trees and opened into […]

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November 12, 2013

Lilibet’s house was  a 1960’s rancher in a nice 1960’s development with moderate sized yards and tidy wood fences smack in the respectable Severna Park zip code.  In a recent 3 year bout property values had gone up by twenty five percent, one hundered percent , and twenty five  percent in sucession. When my time […]

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November 8, 2013

I had managed to make it to the ripe old age of never-mind without knowing the Tuxedo Inn existed. I drove by it nearly every day, but I didn’t see it.  Owing to the ten foot tall brick wall, wrought iron gates, tall trees, and general camoflague. It’s on a road that runs down by […]

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Christmas1 for NaNoWriMo

The first salvo of the Christmas season had begun.  Chatter about pre-black Friday super sales filled up television and radio ads.  At the “day job” people were fighting for who got what day off.  Management was arguing over if a holiday tree was “politically correct”. I wondered what kind of decorations the inn would have […]

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November 7th 2013

I’m supposed to be writing something.  Something, anything, about this crazy place called the Tuxedo Inn.  It’s not in New York, it’s in Maryland.  Twenty five miles outside of the nation’s capital.  Twenty minutes from the state capital.   I promised myself I’d write something about this place  just in case I woke up one morning […]

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