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Who first made cookies?

Cookies are a delicious snack (one that you are familiar with if you are part of our subscription service) that many of us assume came about relatively recently in human history. 401 more words

Learning

The Departure of the Soul

St. Isaiah of Scetis (+370)
(commemorated on July 3)
“Keep death before your eyes daily, and be concerned about how you will leave this body, pass the powers of darkness that will meet you in the air, and encounter God without hindrance, foreseeing the awesome day of His judgment and reward for all our deeds, words, and thougths.” 58 more words

Orthodoxy

For sale: Michigan Road Toll House

When railroads came to prominence in the mid 1800s, traffic dropped dramatically on roads like Indiana’s Michigan Road. What followed was an early example of privatization: many roads were sold to private companies to operate. 172 more words

Road Trips

Three Mountain Toll Roads

…In November 1912 Motor Age magazine heralded the delights of “an exclusive road for motor cars…nearly all of it at a 3 to 5 percent grade.”  E.W. 636 more words

Local History

Tolls on the Bridge

The original Eastham bridge charged tolls. This was in order to help raise the money for the upkeep of the bridge, which was an important consideration. 877 more words

Research

Archaeologists down at the Bridge

Worcestershire Archive & Archaeology Service’s archaeologists have been helping in a number of ways at Eastham Bridge over the past year.

Soon after the bridge collapsed we were asked to go and record the remains. 908 more words

Research

Sunday Is for Baking

I love ❤️ Sundays. I just do. Especially when Miss R comes over and fills my house and heart with tons of love and happiness. 29 more words

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