Meade Memorial

Eastern Standard Time Columns
from 'The Washington Blade'






This is the beginning of an archive of Eastern Standard Time columns that appeared in The Washington Blade from 1987 to 1995. The older columns, alas, will have to be re-typed from the print versions: Those five-and-a-half-inch floppy disks aren't much good to me now.

Several Eastern Standard Time columns were set at Camp Windsor Hill, in Maine:

  • Hungry Horse, Sleepy Horsie (undated): j-with-a-small-"j" visits Bonney Point -- "We came, we saw, we shopped a little." (Added August 15, 1998)

  • Aunt Judi Explains It All to You: (August 1991): A big crowd was at the lake that year, and you could hardly tell the players without Aunt Judi's program.

  • The Night the Bear Came (undated): Sometimes visiting the lake is a test of your manhood. (Added August 15, 1998)

  • Asking Dr. Science (September, 1992): Dr. Science and the Science Cadet learn about overflow drains -- the hard way.

Lastly, you can read the openings of three columns that were never completed.