Monthly Archives: March 2016

Tennessee Sunrise – Morning Fire

Photo of the Week Driving along a local country road early one morning, this striking sunrise came into view.

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What I Expect of My Government Representatives

Election Year Musings – Political Essay No. 2 It is clear to me that many of my fellow bloggers like challenges, therefore, there is a challenge at the end of this essay! When we vote for a candidate, we are … Continue reading

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Question Everything! – A Challenge

When it comes to political candidates, question everything and everyone!  Even if it IS what you want to hear!! You may be the unwitting victim of Mis- and Dis- information. Election Year Musings – Political Essay No. 1 It is … Continue reading

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Monochhrome Madness 2-50

Submitted to Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness 2-50. “Splitting the Pylons” The pylons are air-filled lightweight fabric so it was possible for the aircraft to hit a pylon and not sustain any damage. This was one of the series of Red … Continue reading

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The Amphicar Model 770

Photo of the Week The Amphicar is a four-seat amphibious automobile, manufactured in Germany from 1961 through 1967. More than 3,800 were delivered. Initially, the Amphicar was fitted with a 43 horsepower rear-mounted engine, it could do about 8 mph … Continue reading

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Outdoor Seating

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Outdoor Seating ‏  

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Tuesday Topics – The Bald Cypress Tree

Tuesday Topics – Nature  The Bald Cypress is a unique tree: it can thrive in standing water, it has “knees” that act as snorkels for its roots, and it is a conifer (usually evergreens) but it loses it needles every … Continue reading

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Monochrome Madness 2-49

Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness 2-49  

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Daffodile Field

Photo of the Week There is a home nearby that has a huge field of daffodils. Visitors are encouraged to pick the flowers or buy a bunch already picked. Bunches are $1.00, or you can pick your own for 5 … Continue reading

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Tuesday Topic – Communications: Getting the Message Across!

Over the years, I have had many opportunities to chat with students—from late elementary grades through undergraduate and graduate levels—especially those interested in the sciences. One of the most frequent questions went something like this: “I am interested in [insert … Continue reading

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