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The Royal Observatory in London's Greenwich

Standing in two hemispheres at once is undeniably cool, and you can straddle longitude zero at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich.

Visiting the Royal Observatory was one of the top highlights of my summer travels. 75 more words

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Too Good 16

Wide awake and alone with his thoughts Bill thought back to May 27, 2013 and his first screaming encounter with Gabrielle. The DC METRO made access from Glenmont to Ronald Reagan Airport easy and he was transferring from the Red Line to the Blue when their paths crossed. 281 more words

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The Day the Sun Stood Still

In my post yesterday about Lachish in the Bible I mentioned The Gibeonite Deception.

Tonight as I was thinking about what to post I remembered an article that my Grandmas has saved in one of her scrapbooks. 483 more words

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Lachish in the Bible

When I talk to people and let them know that I am going on an archaeological dig, one of the first things they want to know is where will I be digging. 417 more words

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Second Best

And the men took of their victuals, and asked not counsel at the mouth of the Lord.  And Joshua made peace with them, and made a league with them, to let them live: and the princes of the congregation sware unto them.   353 more words

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A Little Archaeology

Tonight I thought I would share a few a few pictures that I have posted in the past of archaeological sites. The ones I share are just what are wandering into my mind as I am starting this post with no exact direction in mind. 299 more words

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