Canada Goose

19 Jun 19

NEW MYTH CROSSES TIME

New Myth Crosses Time: A Mission Vision for our Global Ascension is not receiving any proceeds from advertisements!!! Prologue Geologists claim that our Planetary electromagnetic polar shifts have occurred 181 times since our Planet was born 4.5 billion years ago.  That means from our Planet’s perspective our Galactic electromagnetic polar shifts have changed at the […]

19 Jun 19
Martin Tayler's bird blog & nature photos

  A wet and gloomy day, so not one for sunbathing on the beach. Luckily at RSPB Minsmere we were able to have a decent walk, shelter every now and again in a hide and see some lovely birds (and flowers). The stars were stonechats, dunnocks and a whitethroat in the dunes; black-tailed godwits, mediterranean […]

19 Jun 19
FOX2now.com

[ooyala player_id=”c660b791c3704ff69d4162d7adb7c4a1″ auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”d2b3E6s5rDofer9uw9hhgMxCRs6U” code=”NkdnUwaTE6sDxR2wBt5AVK4gysqoDf5p”] ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Though June may be a start to wedding season, Canada Geese are also finding themselves their own bands. Erin Shank, an Urban Wildlife Biologist, discusses Goose landings that occur during the month of June by the Conservation Department. The information taken from these bandings […]

19 Jun 19
The Chestnut Post

Through their participation in LLS’s newest innovation in fundraising for its quest to cure blood cancers – a campaign called Students of the Year – students have raised millions since the campaign was launched nationally in 2017, contributing to LLS’s investment of nearly $1.3 billion in lifesaving cancer research. This year, hundreds of student candidates […]

19 Jun 19
johnwood1946

The blog posts follow this Table of Contents, in the sequence shown. To access a particular post, copy and paste the title, or a sufficient part of the title, to the search box to the right. Like what you see? Tell a friend. Pictures and Notes About Cape Breton in Around 1900 – June 19, 2019 […]

19 Jun 19
Leslie A. Lindsay

By Leslie Lindsay  The Mulatta Murderess–Dusky Fran–Ebony Fran—Frannie Langton is former slave on a Jamaican sugar plantation now locked in Old Bailey awaiting her sentencing–but did she do it?!  It’s circa 1820-1826 in Georgian London and Frannie Langdon has been indicted for the double-murder of her master and mistress, George and Marguerite (Meg) Benham. She couldn’t […]

19 Jun 19
For The Rabbits

Hailing from North Wales, Golden Fable are ostensibly a trio, although on new album, Alchemy, they’ve expanded way beyond that. The band’s fourth record, Alchemy sees Golden Fable redefine the boundaries of their musical output; working with North Wales’ orchestra NEW Sinfonia, who bring in rich orchestral arrangements, alongside the haunting vocals and textural soundscapes […]

19 Jun 19
Silver Vixen

  To be able to travel, is an absolute privilege. No doubt about it. Whether your travel plans involve international jaunts or a holiday closer to home, being able to discover and explore new and long, dreamed of destinations, is something I never take for granted. I was the grand age of 47, when I […]

19 Jun 19
~ wander.essence ~

Two long days of travel from Daeugu, South Korea to Istanbul, Turkey.  My attempt to pack light meets with failure once again.  I lug my suitcase five blocks to the Daegu metro on Wednesday morning.  On the train, three Korean young ladies chat cozily.  One is fingering the long red-dyed hair of another.  When I […]

19 Jun 19
Chris Pavesic

Tina Griffith visits my blog today. Enjoy!

18 Jun 19
MILNEWS.ca Blog

#RUS-Baltics-Cold War 2.0/#OpREASSURANCE “Canadian soldier dies during training exercise in Bulgaria” “Swift Response 2019” (US Army Europe info-machine) “Canadian soldier killed during training exercise in Bulgaria” “One Canadian soldier has died during a multinational training exercise” (DND info-machine) “Canadian soldier killed during parachuting training exercise in Bulgaria” “Canadian parachuter dies during NATO military exercise near […]

18 Jun 19
bobbymgsk

Experts: Susannah, Ken & Ryan R1 Categories: The Civil War & Dining Out P: DINING OUT E: Ken #1: Sam Panopoulos, a Greek living in Canada, made what enduring pizza innovation in 1962- frozen pizza, Hawaiian pizza or Margherita pizza? Men (Jake & Jerry): Frozen Rebecca: Hawaiian Ken: Hawaiian #2: Acc. to the New York […]

18 Jun 19
Miles Hearn

A lovely morning with sunny skies and a temperature of 20 degrees. We had a long look and listen with a Northern Mockingbird who did excellent imitations of Blue jay, Willow Flycatcher, Red-winged Blackbird, Northern Oriole and several others. Species list: double-crested cormorant, black-crowned night heron, mute swan, Canada goose, mallard, American black duck, ring-billed […]