Seagraves is a tiny town stuck in the middle of a bit of Texas that’s either referred to as “West Texas” or “The Panhandle” depending on your perspective. It’s definitely part of the large cotton producing region that makes up the… Read More ›
More on how to mine for your own gems! See Part One, posted yesterday. Some specific tips I discovered while looking for stones: When working on the belt run: – The most fun is working at the top of… Read More ›
Just a trip down memory lane with a photograph taken by Noel Dilks of me with my boyfriend. Wonderful cruise in Alaska, put together by Jeff Wagg or the College of Curiosity.
My childhood was spent with my grandparents on the Eastern Shore of Maryland . They lived a beautiful, old, large and slightly decrepit Victorian farmhouse in the small town of Nanticoke. The farmhouse had some drawbacks. No air conditioning and… Read More ›
whenever we take the boat out, we find that spiders have been happily building webs. First job is to get rid of the spiders…..then the webs.