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FNQ Fieldtrip Cairns/Cooktown

Day 2 – Cooktown

As we hit the road heading north to Cooktown, there was many stops for scenic shots.

Stopping at Palmer River for lunch, I discovered a new artefact: 58 more words


"Why I Believe" Part 1

I have been reading a book called, “Why I Believe,” by Dr. D. James Kennedy. ¬†This is such a compelling book, that I thought I’d share with you the highlights from the six chapters I’ve read so far: 953 more words


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I have spent the better part of some twenty-five years on my hands and knees digging, scratching and working in the soil. 75 more words


Site Visits (Post in progress)

Of course it wasn’t at all enough to look at the texts and the sites mentioned before (and others) had to be visited in order to see the spaces and get an idea of their impact on the human being in terms of their built and natural environment both. 155 more words


Ice age stone age arrowhead discovery on Texel island

Ecomare museum on Texel island in the Netherlands reports today, that on the beach, near beach post #9, this arrowhead (see photo) has been found. 83 more words

Economic, Social, Trade Union, Etc.

The irony of my never-beginning, never-ending quest to write prehistoric fiction

As quite a few people know, it has long been a dream of mine to write some prehistoric fiction that is great and interesting and great and lovely and nice and great. 368 more words


Preliminary Studies

Contemporary Architecture in Taxila

Before work could begin on Badalpur itself, it obviously made sense to look at and study the surrounding complexes built around the same time and employing the same general architectural and planning practices. 365 more words