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Lyn StClair
Tennessee girl who wandered west & found paradise in Montana.
Tennessee girl who wandered west & found paradise in Montana.
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Pardon Me, but You have Something...
We’ve all seen them…the adorable, fluffy “baby crow” (it is a rail), the “baby platypus” (it is a stuffed toy), the “petrified stump of the tree that would have been ten miles tall!” (it is the Jugurtha Tableland rock formation in Tunisia). Then there are t...

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Spin
With everyone fighting over statues and monuments…perhaps we should take a hard look at the elephant in the room. It isn’t entirely racism and it isn’t about loss of heritage or erasing history. It is about spin. My parents were history fans, especially my ...

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Enough
This country is so full of hate and anger now. When a bunch of white men walk the streets with torches chanting Nazi slogans, something is terribly wrong with our society…that is obvious. The “right of the people peaceably to assemble” does not apply to car...

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Enough
This country is so full of hate and anger now. When a bunch of white men walk the streets with torches chanting Nazi slogans, something is terribly wrong with our society…that is obvious. The “right of the people peaceably to assemble” does not apply to car...

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These Boots are Made for Washington - Part 5 At last…hello, Mr Lincoln. My dear friend Paula was kind enough to pick me up after I arrived in DC. First, I wanted to see the Jefferson memorial as inspiration for a previous post (Part 2), afterward we wandere...

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These Boots are Made for Washington - Part 5
  These Boots are Made for Washington - Part 5 At last…hello, Mr Lincoln. My dear friend Paula was kind enough to pick me up after I arrived in DC. First, I wanted to see the Jefferson memorial as inspiration for a previous post (Part 2), afterward we wande...

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Take a Deep Breath
In his 1967 essay "Breathing the Future and the Past", astronomer Harlow Shapley wrote: "Your next breath will contain more than 400,000 of the argon atoms that Gandhi breathed in his long life. Argon atoms are here from the conversations at the Last Supper...

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