I used to write now and then for the Valley News, a paper in Vermont. Here’s an article I wrote about sledding. It’s prompted by the cold weather we’ve had here in New Hampshire these past few days…. Sledding by … Continue reading
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Margaret from Maine excerpt
Thought this was interesting. Here’s a graph describing how many paid vacation days workers in various industrialized countries receive. It might surprise you to see that the U.S. is one of the lowest. Americans work hard.
Joe Hutto spent a year with a flock of turkeys. I’ve raised turkeys myself and really enjoyed the Nature documentary. Here’s a brief take of turkeys going through a field after grasshoppers. They look like dinosaurs to me!
If you don’t know this one, you might like it. Great old legend…. The Legend of Tir Na Nog The Land of YouthLong ago, on an isle of emerald green, surrounded by a sea of azure blue, there lived a … Continue reading
By Richard Schickel When Steven Spielberg was 7 or 8 years old, his uncle took him to Washington, D.C., to see the historic and patriotic sights. The one that impressed him most was the Lincoln Memorial. “I was very little and … Continue reading
Although this is far from a political site, I was captured by Rachel Maddow’s outline of what we didn’t get by electing Romney and I’ve linked it below. I agree with her. It’s difficult to look at the Republican agenda … Continue reading
Most of us have a favorite British period drama. My wife and I have watched Upstairs-Downstairs, Thomas and Sarah, the Forsythe Saga, Downton Abbey, Bertie & Jeeves, The Eliot Sisters and probably a few I can’t remember right now. You … Continue reading