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Dorothy Ruppert Blog

Three friends and I went to a conference. Our destination was The Cove, a beautiful retreat center built by Billy and Ruth Graham in the hills of North Carolina. We visited several interesting sites on the way to and from the conference.

Because the journey from Minnesota to North Carolina was too far to complete in one day, we made several overnight stops. A motel we stayed at on the trip home had a peculiar motif.

Everywhere throughout the motel complex, there were inoperative clocks – in the guest rooms, the pool area, the front lobby, the halls, and the breakfast room. Clocks were portrayed in graphic prints, etched in stone, and in tabletop ornaments, but the most obvious was a huge four-foot wide clock in the center of a coffee table covered with glass in the front lobby.

The most riveting feature of all the clocks was that in…

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