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Pirates Celebrated at Marcus Hook Festival

September 21, 2014

The legend that Blackbeard, the notorious pirate of the 18th Century, once walked the streets of Marcus Hook, a town nestled on the Delaware River just below Philadelphia, provided the justification for a lively festival and an opportunity for the… 358 more words

Photography

Day Three: Liberty, New York to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

The morning started early at the Liberty Diner, a short walk from my hotel. Two great friends joined me (at 6:30 am!!!) for a wonderful breakfast including lots of laughter and coffee. 151 more words

Travel

Fat Farm Update

Yesterday I finished the first of two green-coffee-bean-extract pill bottles bought thirteen days ago, and lost three pounds (1.4 kilograms)—not going quite as well as the previous time around—although I haven’t cut out many calories; as I’m pretty much consuming the bare minimum now as it is: keeping my input below 1000 calories per day. 258 more words

General

Friends

Surround yourself with the dreamers and the doers, the

believers and thinkers, but most of all, surround yourself with

those who see the greatness within you, even when you don’t… 260 more words

Wellspring

More From Quilts in the Mill Show

A day late but here’s the balance of the pictures I took Sunday while at the show. All the quilts were beautiful and expressed the uniqueness of its creator. 70 more words

New Quilt Projects

Trash along Delaware River

Here is a link to an excellent 10/5/14 Courier-Post article on trash along the Delaware Riverfront  (link).

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