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The Man I Remember

I’ll never forget the young man with dark brown hair I saw half a dozen times during the year I lived in Bozeman, Montana.

We see average, ordinary people every day and regardless of how they look, unless someone stands out in a way that is different, people just aren’t remarked upon or even remembered. 258 more words

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Maine Indian Baskets

Last Saturday Alice and I traveled to Orono (about 1 hour 15 minutes from Searsport Shores) to the Maine Indian Basketmakers Holiday Market held at… 467 more words

Campground Life

42 Historical People, No. 13: Elizabeth Kortright Monroe, First Lady of the United States.

Some First Ladies loom very large in American history. We will never forget the likes of Mary Todd Lincoln, Edith Wilson, Eleanor Roosevelt or Nancy Reagan; why, I can even think of… 524 more words


Words for a friend

You terrify me and that is why I love you. Because for once it is someone else’s mentality which scares me and not just the effect I have on others. 142 more words


Jacqueline Bisset Impressed Upon Me, This...

While I’ve been recovering I’ve had time to catch up on some shows and movies and decided to purchase “An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving” on amazon instant video; I’m quite drawn to period pieces and as a young girl, was moved by the writing of Louisa May Alcott. 293 more words

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Random meetings with unexpected happiness

It’s day fourteen. Being on my bike at the moment is where I feel best. It’s where I want to be. I like knowing that I have to ride if I want to go somewhere and I like that it takes me out into the elements. 591 more words


Don't judge someone unless you have walked in their shoes but, what about Fritz Haber?

Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History podcast is one of my most favorite things to tune into. Not only does he do an excellent job at delivering a captivating run down of select historical moments and implications of those events, he occasionally presents a fringe historical figure, fact, or often unmentioned piece of a monumental moment of human history. 588 more words

Chemical Warfare