Stone Mountain

16 Dec 18
City of Amathar

Senta looked at the fortress at the top of the hill.  Set against the shadows of the mountain, one could almost be forgiven for thinking it was part of the rocks.  Ringing it for almost a mile in every direction was a sea of mud brick and stone buildings. They were homes of lizzies, but up […]

16 Dec 18
L.M. Archer

  The Hedonistic Taster Troon Vineyard – Applegate Valley, Oregon by L.M. Archer “Wine should not be regarded simply as a beverage, but as an art of living, a pleasure.” – Henri Jayer The Hedonistic Taster provides an intimate format for sharing industry trade sample tasting notes with readers. Please enjoy this edition featuring Troon Vineyard, a biodynamic […]

16 Dec 18
Biswajit Ghosh

STRUCTURE OF INDIA 1. THE ARCHAEAN FORMATIONS (PRE-CAMBRIAN) • The Archaean Era is also known as the Precambrian Period. • the division of geologic time scale from the formation of the Earth (about 4.6 billion years ago) to the beginning of the Cambrian Period of the Paleozoic Era (about 570 million years ago}. • The […]

16 Dec 18
Team Tif

Sunday, December 16th, 2018   Hard to believe that it has been two months and eleven days since our last post! In the blogosphere as in real life, time flies when you are having fun/busy.  So much has transpired in this time period that we will do a quick run through of the time since […]

16 Dec 18
Tribe Numb

A mystical theme run from the hills and sings a lullaby where winds take them all in different vile. A joy of hype has been written. A sincere kind of feeling has been planted in them to grow where many generations will remember their songs. Mountains will inquire known stranger where have you been, green […]

16 Dec 18
California Wines & Wineries

Best California Wines in 2018 In 2018 I was fortunate enough to taste and appreciate over 1600+ wines. I am only recommending about 3% of those wines. This is my yearly summation/recommendations with a link to each winery by clicking on the winery name. I believe whole heartily and stand by these picks, as I […]

16 Dec 18
Mills on the move

Ninh Binh wasn’t really in the plan for us, we had intended to go to the Phong Na national park to see their famous caves, however after watching a few videos – one of something called dark cave where you have to swim through mud in the pitch black! – we thought we’d change our […]

16 Dec 18
Marvelous Work and a Wonder®

Here is one of today’s science news headlines: Experts Urge U.S. to Continue Support for Nuclear Fusion Research An international fusion project could help the nation eventually develop its own, smaller reactor “A panel of 19 scientists drawn from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine recommended yesterday that the Department of Energy should […]

16 Dec 18
Sapna's Adventures

During May of this year, I planned a roadtrip around the southern parts of Ireland, the “Emerald Isle” (and it sure was!). Of course I kept a journal and so will be creating blog posts about my trip soon, but just as I did for my Peru/Bolivia adventure, I will explain a little more about […]

16 Dec 18
Family Home Theater

Grade: B Entire family: Yes 2018, 96 min., Color Animation Warner Bros. Rated PG for some action, rude humor, and thematic elements Aspect ratio: 2.40:1 widescreen Featured audio: DTS-HDMA 5.1 Bonus features: C- Includes: Blu-ray, DVD, Digital Code Trailer Amazon link You’d think that with Expedition Everest in play, Disney would have been the ones […]

16 Dec 18
Corno di Bassetto

Neither Xenophon or Iris Murdoch can do justice to the feelings we have about the sea. There’s something magic about the way it feels when you look at it. If you sail on it, you always respect its behaviour.  I was not born by the sea and we only live half our time by the […]

16 Dec 18
This is how it always is, or at least how I think it should be ... by shannon bennett

  OR I’m not sure yet how I feel about turning 50 … “it’s strange to be almost 50, I feel like I just understood how to be young, it’s like the last day in a foreign country, you finally figure out where to get coffee & drinks & a good steak and then you have […]

16 Dec 18
Jesús is Writing

To whom it may concern, You’re a receiving this letter now because you have been at the receiving end of an appointment for which I am now tardy. This is a form letter which is automatically generated for all incidents of my being tardy, so unfortunately I cannot explain the specific circumstances that caused my […]

16 Dec 18
Little Waldingfield History Society

Little Waldingfield History Society was delighted to welcome Kate Jewell to the Parish Room to share some of her extensive knowledge of rituals and festivals in the medieval Suffolk landscape with the more than 30 guests; everyone went home delighted as it was a quite superb talk from a woman passionate about her subject. Kate […]

16 Dec 18
Pig and Pepper

Macedonia. What do you think when you hear that? I’m going to be honest and say my knowledge of Macedonia was very limited. Growing up my sister and I loved their entries for the Eurovision. That’s how I knew about Macedonia growing up. I’m not sure if it was their colourful flag, their exotic name […]

16 Dec 18
Dreaming about someday

Sundays…those days that you should love the most…days when you share your time with loved ones, in their arms…doing things that you love the most. Days when one should bake, read, watch movies, run around barefoot on the grass, hop in the sea, walk the mountain…that is what Sundays are for. F*** this will sound […]

16 Dec 18
The Journey of Bell 752

It?s hard not to oversell ?Smallfoot,? the new bigfoot musical from Warners Animation. Because words like ?joyous? and ?profound? (almost) leap to mind at several points in this Warners Smart/Pixar Heart comedy. Yeah, you?ve seen the trailers, maybe shrugged. Maybe your kids did, too. And for half an hour or so, the movie?s a lightly […]