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France began work on the canal in 1881, but had to stop because of engineering problems and high mortality due to disease. The United States took over the project in 1904, and took a decade to complete the canal, which was officially opened on August 15, 1914. 111 more words



Yesterday we made a huge step towards residency – our temporary residency cards. They will serve as the real thing while everything is getting processed, which should take 2-6 months. 1,420 more words


A Chance Encounter with some Fantastic Bikers!

I was biking home Monday morning after a good ride, and I met three bikers at an intersection. They had baggage on their bikes and were obviously travelers. 674 more words


Teresa Rossetti

The title for this record reads “Teresa Rossetti, Mgr., St. Mary’s USO, Balboa CZ”.

What can you tell us about this photograph?

Who are the men pictured with Teresa Rossetti? 17 more words

Object Of The Day

Once Upon A Time...

…there was a man who thought he was conventional, or rather, knew he wasn’t but tried really hard to convince himself he was.  Then a new week came around as they tend to, one following another. 350 more words

Wow! This is my 500th Post!

How did that happen? I started writing this blog March of 2012. This realization prompted me to reminisce about how I got started with this ‘blogging’ thing… I remember when we were in the research process of our big relocation, Scott was our main researcher. 1,962 more words


Grandes pechos

Barbra Biggerbouncy saltó por las escaleras de la escuela, uno de los últimos alumnos para salir del edificio. Ella había tenido que asistir a otra estudiante – profesor conferencia con el Sr. 3,965 more words