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Adoption Opportunity

Here’s a nice little, interesting adoption opportunity – Keen to adopt and have a connection to this piece of Tailem Bend history?

Why no sign up your family and jump on board the Adopt an Eye Sore campaign and start sending images and locations of your pet local eye sore via email to choppower@bigpond.com or via social media – we can do wonders as a community if we work together, all give a little  and not rely on grants. 8 more words

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Cambodia (part 2)

We were up early and excited to see more of Angkor. I am really not  a specialist of this history  but I can show you photographs . 313 more words

PHOTOGRAPHY

Our 2008 Road Trip, Part 14: Like a Bridge Away From Troubled Waters

If you’ve been following this miniseries up till now, you’ll know this wasn’t our best week. Between my infirmities and our frequent bouts of disappointment from half the attractions we visited, this was not Best Trip Ever. 933 more words

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Happy 75th Birthday Pentagon!

The Puzzle Palace, Fort Fumble, the Big Spoke, Bat Cave on the Basin, the Concrete Carousel.

The world’s most famous five sided building has many nicknames, but the headquarters of the U.S. 1,706 more words

Washington DC

A peak into Izumo - the Birthplace of Myths and Legends

Hiding in Japan’s second least populous prefectures — Shimane, Izumo city is home to Japan’s oldest shrines,  and a rich collection of Japanese myths and legends. 2,216 more words

Japan