Category Archives: Community

Public Land and National Monuments

  America has a lot of public land set aside for wilderness, for recreation, for beauty, for animals. This is a uniquely American Idea to set aside a peace of beauty and if one believes in God Creating the World. … Continue reading

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Amsterdam Netherlands

A charming city which we visited in August and September of 2017. This is a city of about 1.5 million in the urban area, but it is quiet and peaceful. People are not in a rush, people take time and … Continue reading

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NORTH WEST COASTLINE

Rocky rugged Sea meets water Rub rub Wear and friction This is all plastic from the sea

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RISE

Rise  at first light  it is dark out  headlight to see  reward for crawling out  of the bag  is hot coffee  Roar of the boil heat of the flame  light to the east grows stronger coffee smells so good first … Continue reading

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BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK

A great park of 800,000 acres on the Chihuahuan Desert. A gift from Texas to the United States and the children and future. 1700 species of plant and animal life. Tejano history goes back before 1780 in the area.people have … Continue reading

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Belfast

Belfast is a contradiction in many ways being both a modern cosmopolitan city reinventing itself and an old industrial center plagued by years of violence. The city went through its troubles period which are now in the past. This is … Continue reading

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Derry

Derry began in 546 a.d., as a monestic settlement. A thousand years later the Gaelic chieftains were defeated by the English in 1601.  The walled city, that held a seize in 1688 for 105 days and did not fall. A … Continue reading

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