Ryan Koons performs "The Wren" on a Crwth built by Ken Koons.
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Food for the soul and a late summer diet. Sunday, Aug. 7, 2016.
After eating my way through several weeks on the road, vacation, and Carroll Co. 4H FFA Fair week; I may never be allowed to eat again. So after church I asked Caroline what we were doing for lunch? I was thinking maybe IHOP? C suggested something along the lines of nuts, berries, twigs, and mulch.
After more discussion about the sermon and the service we decided that we might only be allowed to eat the bulletin. Never mind the dioxin content. So this week we are beginning a new tradition of having the church bulletin for lunch after church. We will research the nutritional values at a later date. Spiritually, it is quite fulfilling. And no definitive determination as to the caloric content of the meal.
Here we are going through some trials as what might be the best condiment. For today we made a concession, and are simply eating the bulletin in a salad.
Sunday, Aug. 7, 2016.
A shout out to Clyde Hirt, Douglas Lawn and Landscape, Church Sexton Ron Wentz, and property committee chair Dave Monka for maintaining the front of Grace Lutheran in Westminster Md. so magnificently. Sunday, Aug. 7, 2016
Gunnar Mohlhenrich, on the left holds a new Thin Blue Line Flag and Bob Cumberland holds the Md. State Flag on the back of Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Co. No. 1. Engine 31
The flags were purchased by career and volunteer staff out of pocket. Monday, August 1, 2016
#4HFair Enjoying the Clydesdales at the Carroll Co. 4-H FFA Fair at the CC AG Center. Sun. July 31, 2016 Pics by Caroline Babylon
"Inclined to Recline," in the June-July 2016 edition of AARP The Magazine
Fri. July 29, 2016.
I found this brief article, "Inclined to Recline," in the June-July 2016 edition of AARP The Magazine. It was written by Samaria Brown, AARP Travel Expert, in a column, 'My Travel Tips.'
I have written about this before, at great length - many-many years ago. Flying is quite difficult and certainly not showing any signs of getting better. If anything, it is getting worse.
Writing about all the challenges of flying these days is beyond my patience keyboarding with my thumbs on my phone, but first among equals among the unforced - fixable problems flying are the reclining seats.
After countless incidents why do airlines still have reclining seat on planes? Many articles about the problem suggest that you say politely something to the person who has totally reclined into your personal space, but I have learned the hard way not to bother because this rude behavior is often perpetrated by sociopaths. I just zen it.
Jennette's Pier Address: 7223 S Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head, NC 27959 Phone: (252) 255-1501 #OBX July 24, 2016
Outer Banks Fishing Pier Address: 8901 S Old Oregon Inlet Rd, Nags Head, NC 27959 Phone:(252) 441-5740 Tuesday, July 26, 2016
The Freedmen's Colony of Roanoke Island 1862 – 1867 http://www.roanokefreedmenscolony.com/
Wed. July 27, 2016
During the Civil War, Union-occupied Roanoke Island, which lies between the North Carolina mainland and the barrier islands known as the Outer Banks, became home to thousands of former slaves. Initially these refugees settled near the Union headquarters, creating a community that included churches and a school. In the spring of 1863, this camp evolved into a government-sanctioned colony. Major General John G. Foster, Commander of the 18th Army Corps, ordered Horace James, a Congregational minister from New England who was serving as a chaplain in the Union army, to establish a colony of former slaves on the island. Although the Roanoke Island freedmen's colony was an experiment of national significance, few people are aware of its history. This site presents an introduction to the colony and the colonial experiment that was conducted there. It also features some primary sources, maps, and projects for students…
Fort Raleigh National Historic Site https://www.nps.gov/fora/index.htm
Found this car at church today at Nags Head Church www.nagsheadchurch.org
105 W Soundside Rd, Nags Head, NC 27959 (252) 441-7548 https://goo.gl/maps/gHMdw1feM9P2 Sunday, July 24, 2016 #OBX What year is it? #nagsheadchurch @nagsheadchurch