Ancestors in Aprons is growing up. Tomorrow marks three years of telling family stories. That’s me at three, with my mother. Beginning genealogists are advised, start with what you know, what you can learn from your parents, and grandparents and go back…
As they uncover ancient sites, archaeologists never try to “finish the job”. They leave a portion of the site under the earth. Aren’t they curious? Don’t they want to be able to say, now we have uncovered all of the site of Delphi, or this pyramid…
When I first posted a recipe for Buckwheat pancakes, I was a bit overwhelmed by all the different ways that people make them. Not even counting the possible add-ins like apples, bananas, nuts, berries and even chocolate chips. You may want to read (or…
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The Corbridge Hoard Comes Alive at Chesters Roman Fort
Parts of Roman armour found in the Corbridge Hoard in 1964 has been instrumental in the reconstruction of the Lorica Segmentata by the Ermin
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Paragliding in Maui (for Chickens) - Hecktic Travels
I had enough time to get panicky about paragliding in Maui, but not enough time to chicken out. So I did it, and then wanted to do it again.
Afghan Women's Writing Project | Registering Voters in the Northern Vill...
I worked recently in the Independent Elections Commission for about four months in Balkh province where we opened registration centers for a
Chicago's Colossal Bull Head from Persepolis - Archaeology Travel
Chicago's Oriental Institute Museum has a number of colossal artefacts. One of these is a polished limestone carving of a bull's head from P
Amazing Book! Chaser: Unlocking the Genius of the Dog Who Knows a Thousa...
I'm going to give you the coon hound perspective on a soon-to-be released book, Chaser: Unlocking the Genius of the Dog Who Knows a Thousand
Rome Food Tour: The 7 Things I Learned By Taking A Walk
Campo de' Fiori is one of Rome's best markets and also the start of our Rome food tour with Walks of Italy and a tasty lesson into roman cui
Travel Photo Thursday — May 23, 2013 — Korea’s Buddha Birthday Lanterns
Blog post at Budget Travelers Sandbox : Welcome to another week of Travel Photo Thursday. Pull up that comfy armchair, and enjoy your virtua
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A trip to the Smokey Mountains promises good food, natural beauty, and Dollywood.
My Mom Died Almost a Year and a Half Ago and I’m Still Sad: The Death of...
Yesterday Athena came tentatively into my office, sat down on the couch where I was working, and sighed. “What's the matter?” I asked. “Noth
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