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Fun and Not-So-Fun Times

It’s been a week of crazy ups and downs, primarily caused by weather, which restricted our camping choices in very unfavorable ways.

Our RV park site in Vicksburg was not fun.  1,842 more words


The Huntington to Open New Education and Visitor Center

Press release (5 March 2015) from The Huntington:

The new Steven S. Koblik Education and Visitor Center will open to the public on April 4, 2015, offering the 600,000 annual visitors to The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens a dramatically improved experience, replete with six and a half acres of gardens interspersed with beautiful facilities for dining, shopping, meeting, seeing a lecture or performance, or attending a class. 290 more words


WILCO cancels Indiana gig over RFRA, lists daily lineup for Solid Sound Festival in June

Wilco cancels Indiana show, calls Governor Pence’s Freedom Restoration Act “thinly disguised discrimination”
Turns attention to Solid Sound Festival instead
by Larry Murray

Wilco lives in the same world we do, and gets upset over the same things too. 767 more words


The Hunterian

A second trip to the Hunterian to take all those ultra-wide shots I’d envisioned the first time, and because Kim hadn’t been there in over a decade. 258 more words


©Royal Horse Guards Stables, London

An atmospheric view of the Royal Horse Guards stables and part of the Household Cavalry Museum. The 18th Century working stables offer an insight to the daily routines of both the Guards and their Horses with first hand accounts about their stringent training regimes!  View  wwwpatrickcrowephotography.com


Leicester Rtn (part.2)

Now that we had arrived at the historical and multicultural city of Leicester it was time to get out there and start exploring….. 680 more words