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Through careful management, I have captured ALL of the indigo!
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Today, I am making a short borchet mead. That's a pound and a quarter of honey, boiling.
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Ticket to Ride, NY/PA edition. But we're using the trains from the anniversary edition, which are freaking gorgeous, I don't know if it shows in the photo. Look how close the score was before we calculated our stock ownership! The score was less close when we did that...
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Continuing the nautical theme...
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It was a not dissimilar process, actually...
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Playing Pandemic. I am the quarantine specialist. I say "No!" to disease. Very useful.
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Yes! Clearly, the glare was so intense that it caused my hands to shake a
little... (Or, you know, the camera on my cell phone is pretty crap, and I
should stick to less delicate photography in the future...)
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Surely I'm not alone in substituting "Dr. Zeius" for "Amadeus" when I hear Falco on my MP3 player...
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For June, on my blog, I'm thinking of looking at poetry. l'm considering a "poem-a-day" format. I'd like recommendations - favorite poet, and favorite poem by said poet.
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"Stopping by the woods" is always a favorite, as I grew up in New England
and have experienced that odd quiet - and yes, on horseback. For Angelou,
this is still one of my favorites. Her work is best experienced with her
voice reading it. Makes it musical.
http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/a-brave-and-startling-truth/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjEfq7wLm7M
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This afternoon, I'm volunteering at Barnes and Noble teaching Ticket to Ride.
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HA!  Touche.
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The Soiled Dove, a fearsome pirate ship. 
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Aye, the broad and very shallow seas of the children's chapel. Our church
is very odd in January.
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They let me graduate! I get all the rights and privileges of a doctoral degree!

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I haven't worn a tie since I worked at a camera store in the mall.  I don't think I could take myself seriously IN one.  ... Maybe a bow tie.  :)
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King Kone is a soft serve and sundae stand which has been in operation since the 1940s. It is only open during the warm months. Each week, there are a small variety of flavors available - chocolate and vanilla are always available (and chocolate-vanilla twist), and there are generally three or four additional flavors which can be ordered separately or with a twist that compliments the flavor - like banana and peanut-butter or berry and vanilla. There is also a wide array of upgrades that can be added to the cone, such as sprinkles and flavored dips (chocolate, caramel, strawberry, etc). King Kone also sells a range of sundaes, any of which can contain any of the week's flavors - if you want a blueberry hot fudge sundae, they will serve you that. The quality of the ice cream is pretty consistent - it's soft serve, not gelatto - but it's always good soft serve, and very tasty. When it's hot out, this place is often busy, with lines. The lines tend to move fairly quickly. King Kone is a cash only establishment. They have added some picnic tables this year.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
I've had better pizza, and I've had cheaper pizza, but I've never had cheaper pizza better. Consistently good, and with the web ordering I don't have to talk to anyone on the phone AND the orders are consistently correct.
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reviewed a month ago
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This is a lovely park. There's a great play structure for the kids, plenty of shade, and lots of space for running around and having fun. In the summer, there is a sprinkler for cooling off in. Thursday nights, in the summer, there are horseshoe players. The basketball court is often in use. There are regular events all through the summer, and most weekends there are people holding birthdays or just cookouts. In the fall, the hickory and oak leaves are everywhere, great for making piles of leaves. In the winter, if there's snow, there is plenty of room for snow men, snow angels, and general snowy fun. Basically, everything you could want in a local park.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago