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In pursuit of livelihood

In pursuit of livelihood and daily wears.

Every people, who could recruit in jobs to make a living to support their own family are Superior who deserve a award for  hard working whether they work  as blue collar or white collar jobs. 257 more words

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The GR&I Railroad Culvert on Wicked Creek

According to the historic marker at Trestle Park, on Summit Avenue, in Algoma Township, north of Rockford, Michigan, the Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroad hired a local farmer to build a stone culvert under a railroad trestle that crossed what was then known as Wicked Creek (now called Stegman Creek). 59 more words

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San Simeon to Gunnison...notes from an artist

San Simeon School House, 1909, oil on linen 9×12 2019

by cheri sabraw

My oil painting skills are maturing, a testament to instruction by self and by teacher. 243 more words


Exploring the burn at Sleeping Bear Dunes

The National Park Service conducted the first ever controlled burn in the park in May. The Service burned about 917 acres west of M-22 between Trail’s End Road on the north and Peterson Road on the South. 222 more words

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A bit of hiking

Yesterday I went on a solo hike through a nature park that I had never before set foot inside. Located in Centralia, WA it is on Seminary Hill at the far east end of Locust Street and is traversed with 4.5 miles of trails that interconnect. 32 more words


Backyard Buddies - Beautiful Blue Jay - #myphotography

It’s that time of year again.  On Saturday’s, during the months of June, July and August, I only do one writing/poetic post, and the other is my photography.  28 more words

Night Owl Poetry