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Places | From the Archives

I’m starting a new series called “From the Archives.” I have so many old photographs that I want to share on the blog, and I take so many photographs everyday that never make it to be part of posts. 33 more words

Travel

Crater of Diamonds State Park

It’s the little kid in me. The notion of digging in the dirt. Having the ability to dig my own hole into the earth and then having the ability to proudly announce, “Why, Yes! 366 more words

Treasure Hunting

HERE BE DRAGONS~

Some of my art. Colored pencil, pen and ink, marker, and digital.  Image Copyright. Ruby Jeanette Woods. 

 

HERE BE DRAGONS~

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Here be dragons,

long and lean, 64 more words

Love

Finding Treasure and Spiritual Renewal Through the Senses: Making a Place for Ritual

I had the great fortune and permission to rock hunt on a private beach of the shores of Lake Huron during a vacation of much needed ‘spiritual renewal’. 331 more words

Wife Of The Pastor

Treasure! Gemstone finds via Lake Huron

I had the great fortune and permission to rock hunt on a private beach of the shores of Lake Huron during a vacation of much needed ‘spiritual renewal’. 392 more words

Jewelry Topics

We're not Muggles Anymore

Tuesday, August 12

The kids and I rushed to our local commuter train, MAX, this morning. The train pulled up just as I bought our tickets. 302 more words

#MIHistory - Aug. 25: Michigan's Most Notorious Train Robber

On this day in 1895, John Smalley – perhaps better known in his day as “Michigan’s Most Notorious Train Robber” or “The Whiskered Train Robber” – was gunned down in McBain in Missaukee County. 478 more words

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