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10 Dec 18
Adams In the Big Apple

November was so busy, that I am writing the November blog on December 8th!  Above are photos that were mostly taken when we went on our “Fall Foliage” tour in Central Park.  The “North Woods” feels like you are up Millcreek, and certainly not on the edge of a major metropolis. The month started on […]

09 Dec 18
Ed B on Sports

Kirk Douglas From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Kirk Douglas  “I’m Spartacus Dammit!”   “THE VIKING Kirk Douglas, c. 1955 Born Issur Danielovitch (1916-12-09) December 9, 1916 (age 102) Amsterdam, New York, U.S. Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S. Other names Izzy Demsky Occupation Actor, filmmaker, author Years active 1946–present Political party Democratic Spouse(s) Diana Douglas (m. 1943; div. 1951) Anne Buydens […]

09 Dec 18
Adventures of Wisconsin Ms. Unites States Agriculture

There is more to a farming family than meets the eye. To some people they think it is just a man out there milking cows, or in the field harvesting crops, or taking care of cow-calf pairs in the pasture. But to the family involved, it is way more than that. It is a father […]

09 Dec 18
New Mexico Meanders

Overview:  This hike is a mellow stroll to a lookout tower on the northern edge of the Gila Wilderness. Wolf Trail #773 has a clear tread, a manageable vertical gain and a summit low enough to be snow-free for much of the year. The summit view swings from Vick’s Peak in the San Mateo Range […]

08 Dec 18
drrunner

The New York Marathon. It’s been 5 weeks since marathon #10 and one that I’ve been trying to figure out how to write about for awhile. I even did the Abbott Dash to the Finish 5K the day before as a shake out run. I ended up leaving for NYC a day earlier than expected. […]

07 Dec 18
Gunpowder and Ink!

The epic saga of shooting stuff continues. Part 1. Part 2. P.S. If someone knows how to stretch a 24 hour day into 30 or more, I could get significantly more writing done. And maybe even have enough daylight to put the outside Christmas decorations up. Anyways – onward we go! *** The local doctor […]

05 Dec 18
Outsiding Fun & Fitness

No self-doubt evident in this fabulous shot! [Follow—and cheer for—Pam, a #motherrunner of two in Decatur, Georgia, as she trains for her first 26.2. Check out the previous entries.] One year ago, I completed my first-ever injury-free half marathon training cycle, with the Atlanta Thanksgiving Half Marathon as my victory lap (finish time 3:09). I’d […]

05 Dec 18
Outsiding Fun & Fitness

No self-doubt evident in this fabulous shot! [Follow—and cheer for—Pam, a #motherrunner of two in Decatur, Georgia, as she trains for her first 26.2. Check out the previous entries.] One year ago, I completed my first-ever injury-free half marathon training cycle, with the Atlanta Thanksgiving Half Marathon as my victory lap (finish time 3:09). I’d […]

05 Dec 18
Atlas

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04 Dec 18

Agriculture has a great need for efficient handling practices.  Here are just a few ways that equipment handling products can go to work on your farm. Dock Boards: Dock boards are perfect ways to move things between two high areas.  Whether it’s between two farm trailers, or to be able to cross a deep spot in a […]

04 Dec 18
Inside the Rabbit Brush

Remember the elusive cows I’ve been trying to photograph since October?  Today they were in the corral.  Their heads were buried in the scrub munching away.  I yelled and moo’d at them but they wouldn’t look up so I walked through the field to the barbed wire fence.  See below – they are real! When […]