Kevin Earl Dayhoff Art One-half Banana Stems

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Saturday, September 29, 2012

Sunset at the Tricolumbia ChesapeakeMan Cambridge 12 hours and counting


Virginia Tech looking good with only 8 more miles to go #TriColumbia triathlon

Jeff Meeks the announcer for #TriColumbia CheapeakeMan triathlon keeps it real

Of soybeans blackwater and grace #TriColumbia triathlon ChesapeakeMan

Of soybeans

Too funny 3-mi post Egypt Rd says 'Soup Ahead' #TriColumbia triathlon Cambridge

Lonely the long distance runner on Egypt Rd Cambridge MD #TriColumbia Chesapeake

Virginia Tech is well represented at the #TriColumbia Cambridge triathlon

Finish line at the Cabridge MD TriColumbia ChesapeakeMan Endurance Festival

Activity at the finish line of events at #TriColumbia Cambridge MD

#TriColumbia Triathlon 1st female biker zipped by Gootee's Marina Church Creek

20 miles in... Bike #TriColumbia Triathlon

20 miles in

The Cambridge South Dorchester High School is hub of activity for #TriColumbia

ChesapeakeMan Triathlon swim to bike transition area at ready 1st swimmers out..

So fun!!!

ChesapeakeMan Endurance Festival

ChesapeakeMan Cambridge TriColumbia Triathlon pre-event discussions

6:30 am ChesapeakeMan TriColumbia triathlon 61 degrees Choptank water 71

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

It's a beautif fall day for walking the track at McDaniel Gill Stadium

Having a quick cup of coffee at the McDaniel pub. And maybe I'LL grab a sandwich

LOL The complaint form in my friend Rose Blizzsard's office I doubt she gets any

Le déjeuner des canotiers, Luncheon of the Boating Party, 1880–1881, by French impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir



Le déjeuner des canotiers, Luncheon of the Boating Party, 1880–1881, by French impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir


Luncheon of the Boating Party, 1880–1881, by French impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir

“Off Track Art” is an artists’ co-op and gallery located in the historic Liberty Building at 11 Liberty Street – next to the railroad tracks, off of the Sentinel parking lot at the corner of West Main St and MD 27-Liberty St - in historic downtown Westminster, Carroll County Maryland. 

Open: Wed-Fri. Noon to 6 PM , Sat. 10 AM - 5 PM. http://offtrackart.blogspot.com/ 
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Monday, September 24, 2012

Occupation writer: Will code HTML for food


20021100 Occupation writer: Will code HTML for food.
November 2002

Occupation writer. Ultimately I am a slave to the masters of the page, the soldiers in my life - words.

“Writing is not necessarily something to be ashamed… just do it in private and wash your hands afterwards,” attributed to Robert Heinlein.

“When I stop working the rest of the day is posthumous. I'm only really alive when I'm writing.” Tennessee Williams

I am a mild mannered vacuous unemployable college drop out - a political novice, hilltop hillbilly farmer artist with no leadership skills and decades of unaccounted for time; fighting off the forces of poverty, the intellectually stunted, and the artistically disinclined.

I will code HTML for food.

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My Dinner With Andre BY ROGER EBERT January 1, 1981

One of my all-time favorite movies... I ran across this review, by happenstance. I have not seen the movies in ages; however as a result of reading the review, I will look forward to watching it again soon...

MY DINNER WITH ANDRE (PG)


My Dinner With Andre BY ROGER EBERT / January 1, 1981

The idea is astonishing in its audacity: a film of two friends talking, just simply talking—but with passion, wit, scandal, whimsy, vision, hope, and despair—for 110 minutes. It sounds at first like one of those underground films of the 1960s, in which great length and minimal content somehow interacted in the dope-addled brains of the audience to provide the impression of deep if somehow elusive profundity. "My Dinner with Andre" is not like that. It doesn't use all of those words as a stunt.

[...]

The two people are André Gregory and Wallace Shawn. Those are their real names, and also their names in the movie. I suppose they are playing themselves. As the film opens, Shawn travels across New York City to meet Gregory for dinner, and his thoughts provide us with background: His friend Gregory is a New York theater director, well-known into the 1970s, who dropped out for five years and traveled around the world. Now Gregory has returned, with wondrous tales of strange experiences. Shawn has spent the same years in New York, finding uncertain success as an author and playwright. They sit down for dinner in an elegant restaurant. We do not see the other customers. The bartender is a wraith in the background, the waiter is the sort of presence they were waiting for in "Waiting for Godot." The friends order dinner, and then, as it is served and they eat and drink, they talk.

What conversation! 
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Sunday, September 23, 2012

Carolyn Seabolt has a new welding sculpture in her back yard

Evening falls upon the Carroll County Agriculture Center in Westminster Maryland

We gave the 4H Therapeutic Riding horses an evening snack of corn at the Ag Ctr

Carroll Co Ag Ctr Civil War corn maze starts 28Sept2012

Theme for this year's Carroll Co Ag Ctr corn maze is the Civil War. Opens Friday

Working on getting this Carroll County Ag Center corn maze ready to be opened

The 'library tree' is getting ready for Fall.

Eagle Archive: Founded 145 years ago, Grace Lutheran Church has roots in Gettysburg

Eagle Archive: Founded 145 years ago, Grace Lutheran Church has roots in Gettysburg

By Kevin Dayhoff, September 22, 2012


Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church is celebrating its 145th anniversary this weekend. The historic church, at 21 Carroll St., Westminster, was chartered Sept. 20-23, 1867, according to various accounts — including a history of Grace Lutheran published in 1967.

The history traces Lutheranism in Maryland back to the years 1747 and 1748, "when a small number of Lutherans and German Reformers met and held union services at member's homes. ... History relates nothing further of Lutheranism in Westminster (since those late 1740s references) until Nov. 14, 1842, when Rev. Philip Willard, Pastor of Manchester … organized a Lutheran congregation (in Westminster)."

At that time, church services were held in the West End School House. Then, "On May 9th, 1863, a call was extended to Rev. H.C. Holloway, then a student at the Gettysburg Theological Seminary. His salary was $500.00."

"On July 16th, a white canvas-covered spring wagon left Gettysburg" to bring Holloway to Westminster, according to current Grace Lutheran Pastor Kevin Clementson, who serves the church with his wife and partner, Pastor Martha Clementson… http://www.baltimoresun.com/explore/carroll/ph-ce-eagle-archive-0923-20120918,0,6828283.story


In 1905, the steeple at Grace Church was lowered after being struck by lightning. (The second time lightning struck the steeple was when I joined the church Oct. 25, 1998.)

Grace Lutheran will celebrate its 145th anniversary at all four worship services this weekend. And from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, the church will have an open house and conduct tours of the historic church.

"In this day and age when so many congregations are struggling for survival, our congregation truly is blessed with many faithful members of all ages," said Pastor Martha Clementson, who urged guests to "please come and be part of the celebration."

The public is welcome to attend. Bring a friend. For more information, go to http://www.gracelc.org


Eagle Archive: Founded 145 years ago, Grace Lutheran Church has roots in Gettysburg

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