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Weekly Photo Challenge: Monument

The National Memorial Arch in Valley Forge National Historic Park stands as a testament to the fortitude and perseverance of George Washington and the soldiers of the Continental Army during the winter of 1777-1778.  236 more words

Marvelous Miscellaney

Reason 219

#219: Frozen Yogurt

When you are terrible at cooking, never home and pescetarian you will inevitably end up substituting meals for snacks, coffee, drinks or, in my case, frozen yogurt. 322 more words

Food

New things in life...

So I am doing new things in life. I went to watch a play at George Washington and it was….fun. Lol. It was definitely a experience. 173 more words

Finding Myself

Native Americans Seek International Support Charging US With Human Rights Violations

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Native American group is asking the international community to charge the United States with human rights violations in hopes of getting help with a land claim. 436 more words

News

George On A Horse

August 30, 2006

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…color…

Our old Brother Jones buddy Tami Otterstatter wrote the best George Washington and his horse story for me a few years back, but we just could not get any traction on getting it published. 431 more words

Dennis Jones

A Sunday Morning Reflection on God, Family, and Country

As I sit here on an American Sunday morning, my bride sound asleep, here in the quiet of my stately mansion, presently, a bottom floor two-bedroom apartment on a golf course… 1,416 more words

Politics

How to fail at seizing a weapons cache, 1775 edition, Part IV: General Gage

Certainly the most important person in any counter-insurgency operation is the commander. In 1775, General Thomas Gage commanded all British troops in the colonies as well as serving as the Governor of the Massachusetts colony, giving him both the military and civilian leadership roles. 1,379 more words

American Revolutionary War