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Knowing what little I do about rural Pennsylvania, I think I can say that everyone in the area knows it's there, knows who owns it, has an opinion about their honesty, and can tell you about their spouse, their children, and their parents.

That doesn't mean they will.

Un'immagine unica, surreale, bellissima. L + F. Ciao dall'Italia, Libero.

Je had geluk dat hij vast stond Ada! :)) Prachtige weergave van dit mooie beeld! L&F!

Lieve groet,


Hello, Tom and Ken - great to hear from you both! I thought this was an interesting arrangement of words to be sure. I appreciate the comments ... you'll be hearing from me soon!

Dear Friends

Thank you very much for Your visits, very kind comments and for the Likes 50 / Fav. 24.

Best wishes Dear Friends and Have a nice week,


I'm wondering if the first date in your description is correct. They used the school for one year? ;)

Thank you Peter - I'll take that as a compliment as well as a popular beer from my once local brewery.

Likewise Liam - I assume wicked awesome is a good thing :-)

Thank you my friends........

Oh... Tom Cooper ...... thanks to you, we went out last night exactly on cue and saw an -8.1 flash at 22:13 from an Iridium we learned about through Heavens-Above!!! We even worked out the azimuth/attitude stuff out!!


Hi Tom,

The falls are quite similar to other falls :) But the falls in the Upper Peninsula are distinguishable with the water color that contains the specific minerals. The Upper Falls of Tahquamenon is the widest among them and so I guess that you can identify the falls easily.

So wonderful and peaceful.

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