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In my past professional lives, I have been a salesman, an auto mechanic, a draftsman, a security guard, a cartographer of cemeteries, and a Russian, Serbian, and Croatian Linguist whilst in the Army. Now, I have found my calling in life, hence the architectural student status. I am in my 5th and last year of schooling to get my Bachelors of Architecture.

For those that have asked, I am from Tennessee and always will be, regardless of what state I am currently residing, hence the TN in my name.

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View of the Misssissippi River

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From a renovated mill on the shores. Even this far north, 1,300 miles away
from the Gulf of Mexico and New Orleans, the Mississippi is still a large
river. The old stone bridge that you see was a railroad bridge that brought
the passenger trains into the Milwaukee Road's station. It has since been
converted into a walking path across the river. Just beyond it the lock and
dam which allows shipping to continue up the river while generating power
for the twin cities.
3rd Nov 2006, 23:45  


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