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Ancestors & Antlers

Friends, a while back I had mentioned that Emmett and I share a common ancestor way back in the family tree, namely the Earl of Caithness… 312 more words

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Americans have always had a complex relationship with authority. It is a feature of American culture that extends from our roots as a people and is rife with contradictions that are alive in the modern classroom. 604 more words

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Chemo Reading: Washington's Spies

Like it or not, preventative chemo causes enforced downtime. One week out of every two, I spend a huge chunk of my Monday having drugs infused and a significant part of my Wednesday waiting to have a pump disconnected from my medical port. 457 more words

Dig at Colonial battleground turns up artifacts

LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. (AP) — An archaeological dig at a Colonial military site in the southern Adirondacks of New York has turned up thousands of artifacts, from butchered animal bones to uniform buttons, along with a lime kiln used to make mortar for a British fort that was never completed. 408 more words


Branbury State Park pt. 2

On Saturday we decided to do more hiking. We planned to go kayaking or canoeing since we were right on Lake Dunmore but since Mike had the sprint tri the next day he didn’t think it was the best idea ever. 373 more words


Beth Trissel: Traitor's Legacy

Beth will be awarding a $35 Amazon gift card to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter during the tour. Click here for the Rafflecopter. Click the banner above to follow the tour and increase your chances of winning. 387 more words

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