Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Aboyne Highland Games- CAVE ADSUM!

This post is by Nancy Jardine. I’m off on my Scottish high horse yet again, today, to sell my books… and on this blog. This time I’m manning a stall at the famed Aboyne Highland Games, a large event by … Continue reading

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Outer Banks

by Joe Stephens As folks who are part of this blog group may know, I’m currently on vacation at the Outer Banks. Specifically, we’re renting a condo in Southern Shores, which is essentially Kitty Hawk. If you’ve never been here … Continue reading

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Back to School Shopping

This post by Jennifer Flaten The school supply list posted last week. I figured it was bound to arrive soon, after all the stores have not only placed the school supplies on the shelves, but they have Christmas items waiting … Continue reading

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Sharing

By S. J. Brown As a wildlife photographer I love what I do. Getting close to wild creatures and recording that moment is awesome. Spending time outdoors enjoying Mother Nature is also a great part of what I do. Another … Continue reading

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Life Happens – NaNoWriMo Planning Starts Now

Up until the end of May, 2015 was a good year for the most part. June 1 came and everything changed. I won’t go into boring details about what happened but there were three fronts of attack on my happiness … Continue reading

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The Gift of Balance

Post copyright by Doris McCraw I rarely talk about myself. My nature I am an intensely private person. In today’s post, I am opening the door just a bit to illustrate the idea of Balance. As some of you know … Continue reading

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People Versus Dolphins

by Sarah M. Chen         When I travel, I research A LOT because that’s just in my nature. But also I like to know what my options are, such as must-see points of interest, the most intriguing … Continue reading

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Relatives and Mountains

by Neva Bodin My brother-in-law has a license plate holder that says, “My Happy Place is in the Mountains.” And he spends time at his happy place with our family each summer, this year for the eighth year. At times … Continue reading

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Through the Gates of Yesteryear’s Amusement Parks

Just three weeks ago we revived a childhood memory and again rode the passenger trains of the Santa Fe Railroad. Now we’re going to catch some new memories and walk through the gates of “Yesteryear’s Amusement Parks.” Some are still … Continue reading

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Work It

This post by Jennifer Flaten   This post by Jennifer Flaten   My daughters expressed interest in going to work with me. It wasn’t because they are interested in my profession, more that they wanted to escape the house on … Continue reading

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