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A Storm is Brewing!

We’ve lived in Oklahoma for 39½ years, and our residence has never been hit by a tornado. I say that with all humility and thankfulness to God, because there are so many who have lost everything in such storms. 670 more words

A Drowning in the Saranac River

The weather in Plattsburgh, N.Y. had been pleasant for several days in April 1964. Herbert Frederick age 76 decided to take advantage of the weather and do some yard work. 1,143 more words


Dissecting Ivory Goodwin's Probate Record

I could have included Ivory Goodwin’s probate details in my post about him and Jerusha, but I thought it would be a good idea to go through the exercise of analyzing the probate file itself. 856 more words

Family History

A Once in a Lifetime Opportunity....Again - Part II


That’s a really big hole…and other misconceptions

We spent the night in Kingman Arizona and we arrived at the hotel well after dark.  We didn’t have a reservation and there was a Rod Run and a biker rally in town so all they had left was suites…yes please!  3,226 more words

Travel & Adventure

The colored people start a paper.

Wilson Advance, 17 February 1882.

Apparently, this Wilson News was a short-lived venture. Another newspaper by the same name — but pretty clearly not operated in the interests of the colored race — was published in 1899.


SW Oleson Road Gardens update

See also our original story about the 2008 dedication of the Oleson Gardens.

Terry Moore memorial garden on SW Oleson Rd (looking south)

Terry Moore memorial garden on SW Oleson Rd (looking north) … 298 more words


A public service announcement from dyingwithstyle.org

Almost three years ago this happened. Live each day as if it were your last.

One day it will be.