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Collection Continues...

We had a short but successful collection day this week. The Trimble GPS device is fast in collecting the coordinates and very user friendly. I will have to go back and count but I believe we have already located more burial sites than are on the official county list. 224 more words


It's a Dolmen!

“What on earth is a dolmen?” I can hear some people say :)  In a nutshell, dolmen are megalithic tombs, consisting of upright stones supporting a large flat stone.   481 more words


Historical Marker At Former Croatian Church Site Unveiled

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The former St. Nicholas Croatian Church may no longer be there, but now there’s a memorial standing in its place.

Preservations activists unveiled an interpretive panel and memorial wall for the former church site on the North Side Saturday. 129 more words


A rare day off together.

Like most working couples, having a day off on exactly the same day doesn’t come around that often. We both work weekends so when it does happen, I for one don’t know what to do with myself. 607 more words

Olivia's Mother Blog

Angkor City, Cambodia

Well, all countries always have their own historical temple, castle or other places which have been well-known. So also my country Cambodia, we have many amazing historical temples – I am going to post the most well-known temples in Siem Reap, Cambodia. 356 more words


Last day in Rome

These photos were the last day of our visit in Rome at least for this year. It was our busiest day during our trip in Rome since we really wanted to see all the places, anyway, we still couldn’t manage to see all. 326 more words


Your guide to all 14 wonders of the man-made and natural world we live in

Our little planet is an incredible place. Across our globe, there are many wonders for you to explore and experience on your travels. If you’re keen to visit as many incredible parts of the world as you can, then we have the definitive list of wonders you must see. 527 more words