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Canadian Canoe Museum : Plying Waters of Culture, History and Geographic Exploration

I’ve only canoed once in my life.  My day of canoeing was semi-mandatory at a day school camp for physical education and science class when I was 10 years old.  1,392 more words


Woodstone In Snow

Our first real storm (which is hard to believe!) in February. It was fun to see how the house and barn look with loads of snow-and it stayed very warm. 16 more words


We're Talking Vikings: HELGA

The Shieldmaidens of History (Protecting the Innocent from Anachronisms) welcome you back to our series on the History Channel show Vikings

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“Living is a form of not being sure, not knowing what next or how…We guess. We may be wrong, but we take leap after leap in the dark.” Agnes de Mille | BEGUILING HOLLYWOOD

Agnes de Mille, daughter of William de Mille, was an American choreographer most well know for three works, Rodeo, Fall River Legend, and Oklahoma!

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The True Believer - A Book Review

I was intrigued by the title of this book.  I often wonder what it takes to get people to agree to commit genocide or other to do other horrific acts. 64 more words


The Fire Monkey Says

Be Playful and Lively in this New Year

Be Gentle and Honest to all who are near

Be Smart and Quick Witted

And Great Fun to be with… 33 more words


What are the Seven Pillars of Wisdom?

Steadily, I am reading through T.E. Lawrence’s military memoir Seven Pillars of Wisdom, and I had to ask myself, “What are these seven pillars of wisdom anyway?” Nowhere in the text does he ever mention these seven pillars. 1,550 more words