José, thanks for your vist and your l&f, greets Jos
Thanks a lot, Mr. Martin! As to the other--as the future Richard III would say, "I thank my God for my humility." A Fool's Cap is soon put on, and may be worn to some advantage even in the present day, as may readily be seen among the candidates in this Presidential election cycle.
I think so too--I suppose in summer it becomes crowded with boaters, as the Ranger Station rents out kayaks and other craft; but as Lake Beaverdam is part of the Beaverdam Reservoir, there is quite a large area to boat in.
thanks for the new STAR, Henu
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Christos thanks buddy 😙👍
I have seen them, Joe, and of course you are right. But a forest of Sibley tents would be very dramatic, representing the usual encampment of the Union army; and I suspect most people today would be impressed to see a twelve-man wall tent, for example. An army on the move, of course, is not going to "settle in" quite so comfortably.
One of my Southern friends observed that a lot of noise had been made--in the Twentieth Century--about the Union army's stabling its horses in St. Luke's Church in Smithfield, VA. He went on to mention that at that time St. Luke's had been left in ruins for at least half a century, and it was by then hardly suitable shelter for horses. But we "remember" what we want to remember.
cette vache se mire... s'appelle-t-elle Narcisse ??? un très joli cliché, L
Thanks, Mr. Martin! Put a peacock beside a wall painted yellow and it's hard to miss--and thank you, sunny day and Nikon!