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Adventures on the Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad

My wife and I recently completed a vacation to the Durango, Colorado area in the four corners region of the US. This is a beautiful part of the country with almost unlimited recreational opportunities. 2.114 kata lagi


Photos of the Day - July 23rd and 24th

Here are my Photos of the Day for July 23-24, 2017:


# 204 Photo Prompt – Childhood:

“This used to be an ice skating rink with a hot chocolate shack and lights for night skating!” 135 kata lagi


Evolved Man of the Week: Sherman Alexie

Welcome to the Evolving Man Project’s ‘Evolved Man of the Week’ profiles. Each week we will highlight an individual that embodies what it means to be an evolved man, famous and non-famous men alike. 243 kata lagi

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Episode 6:Linguist, Germanic, and (I'm Sorry-ish) Curse words fucking history

Linguist  This happens to be a fall of Crawford and how pronunciation can be deceiving. We researched this past week about the history of language. Profanity is a problem because you are offended by it.   1.868 kata lagi

Monday Muse: This is Getting Difficult

I am having an increasingly difficult time not talking about politics these days. Like, it’s gotten to the point that I shout at my cats (poor creatures) and construct elaborate imaginary audiences with our Founding Fathers because I can’t keep it in anymore. 385 kata lagi

Frontier Fest 2017: Dammed Fun for the Kids, and More

© Lois Wingerson, 2017
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My co-worker when he was in the Navy ~1976

#vintage #My co-worker when he was in the Navy ~1976 #history #OldSchoolCool #Bot http://ift.tt/2vU7Hw6