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I enjoy taking pictures. I post daily on Facebook under the same user name. I answer my email: JBTHEMILKER@aol.com Please bare with me as I Struggle to find what it is the Lord would have me do. I am at present hauling the Amish. most pictures are taken these days of the places I haul the Amish to. Any prayers lifted up on my behave are welcome. I find I am falling way behind on the titles. If you see one you can help me with, please leave a comment. Some time maybe I will have time to catch up.

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I wondered if that might have been the case. I have a hard time stopping taking pictures. I don't know what my life will look like when they pull the plug. In the mean time I just keep taking pictures.

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ksfinnhp/schools/1930schooldistricts.html "Three years ago I had a number of visits with Mr. Barton at his home and at mine. As best I could I endeavored to draw from him some sidelights on the life and adventurous happenings incident to cattlemen of those days. "Adventures?" No, nothing ever happened. He was away when the Indians burned Pierceville in 1874. In the winter of 1875-1876 a bunch of Cheyennes were in camp in the White Mound valley in old Garfield county (now Garfield township of Finney county, and the largest township in the state, falling just short of the 432 square miles required by law as the minimum area for a county), but they didn't bother the whites. Probably ten or twelve thousand of them. The next fall a band of Sioux camped in the same locality, spotting herds of ponies which they planned to stampede from other tribes; which they later did and had a running fight through Kansas northward and into Nebraska. That fall Barton was on the Pawnee looking after a herd of 160 good saddle horses, but the Sioux were friendly and didn't bother him." Source: http://kshs.org/p/kansas-historical-quarterly-annual-meeting-1936/12697

... thanks, but this is probably one I have of that category ...

Did you follow (R)mene's link above about Flotilla 51? And from there, another link on his Dec 1, 2013 comment to see what it looked like before? I thought it was an interesting before-and-after ...

I stand corrected. I see the sign over the door reads Bluemont". Curious.

Very nice composition and colors (L)! Cheers from Peru

I live in the Old new Haven Mill in New haven, wv. Unfortunately it was completely remodeled in 1972. I was just wondering, since we are probably,1000 feet from the river and uphill. Could this mill have possibly used that kind of machinery? It was built here in 1913 after the flood took the original building.

Nagyon szép!


Fribble! Now there's a term I haven't heard in ages!

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