Posts Tagged ‘ history ’

KLAIPEDA, LITHUANIA

KLAIPEDA, LITHUANIA

We arrived early morning at Klaipeda, a port in Lithuania. It was a brilliant day with a sky so blue it looked unreal. The soft early light reflected a dazzling display on the rippling water as a slight breeze drifted slowly across the bay. The night before I had mused that in several days...

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CRANBERRIES — AN ARTICLE IN KINGS RIVER LIFE

CRANBERRIES — AN ARTICLE IN KINGS RIVER LIFE

TODAY I HAVE AN ARTICLE ABOUT CRANBERRIES IN KINGS RIVER LIFE MAGAZINE. ALSO INCLUDED IS MY FAVORITE RECIPE FOR CRANBERRY-NUT-COCONUT BREAD. CLICK HERE TO READ THE POST.

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POMPEII

POMPEII

In the early afternoon of August 24th 79 AD an unusual cloud hung over Mt. Vesuvius. We know this because, Pliny The Younger, an 18 year old and one of a handful of people who survived the devastating eruption of this infamous volcano, later wrote about his experience.Pliny The Younger: “Let us leave the...

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