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Dinosaurs, dinosaurs, everywhere!

Greetings Penguins! 

I hope you are enjoying your half-term so far :)

As you know our topic for next term is Animals and we start off with 2 weeks of Dinosaurs! 103 more words


Stories on Whalls: St. Marys Church, Bleasby, Nottinghamshire

St Mary’s Church, Bleasby. Nottinghamshire 1910,  known as the “Magnificat” window and the easternmost window in the south wall of the nave, this window is a memorial to Henry Lewis Williams, who was the vicar at St Mary’s for twenty-two years, from 1888 to 1910. 312 more words

Stories On Whalls


a relic unearthed
stories etched in windswept bone
better left untold

© Anthony Gorman 2017

image: https://www.etsy.com/listing/481575346/fossil-art-prints-ammonite-spiral-art


Big Bird...

I finally got a good look at the woodpecker that has done some major excavations on the old cherry tree. And this one is huge. This looks like a female Pileated Woodpecker and she is about 14 inches from crest to end of tail feather. 60 more words


Digging for a Living: Archeology and Travel

“Work work work work work,” was the daily chant to inspire us to keep up the hard work. This past summer I spent six weeks as a volunteer at an archeology dig in Ashkelon, Israel. 1,337 more words