Another of that era is The Devil’s Brigade. While a student at BYU a call went out for extras. It was my one and only experience with the business, but a fascinating look at the process.
GreyOwl40, you’ve captured the magic of Old World charm in the New World. There is no comparable place in the Americas.
Suggest that maybe you consider an extended stay.
These pictures give me a renewed appreciation for my cotton clothing. Thank you cotton growers and cotton pickers.
Interesting photo and informative read. Sad to see time taking its toll on bodies and buildings alike.
While a far Right agenda in Hungary might seem extreme, the far Left agenda promoted by George Soros is equally distasteful. Sadly, it is the common citizen that is caught in the middle paying the price for the ambitions of leaders of both unhealthy extremes. Such is the nature of man.
Wonderful project. Hope it serves you well until they are at least 10.
This undoubtedly will be seen in its entirety on the Hallmark Channel sometime soon.
At age 3 or 4 a friend and I ate poke berries and had our stomachs pumped out at the hospital. At age 43 a friend offered me poke salad which I reluctantly ate and found it to be delicious.
Nothing combines innocence, beauty and the best found in humanity more than a child.
Dad lost his right arm on Okinawa in June 1945, four months after I was born. I never gave it much thought growing up until I saw him holding me as a newborn with two arms. It seemed the strangest thing I had ever seen at the time. Though we lost him in 2010 at age 89, there are no words that can describe the respect and honor I feel for him or for his generation. My own 28 years of service does not come close to repaying the debt I feel for those who answered the call when this country needed them most.
Gene, if my estimates are correct, the greatest generation was having children right up until the 1960’s.
I would suggest that anyone interested in this topic read the Book of Mormon, an account of civilizations that existed in this part of the world between 600 BC and 400 AD.
Being from Vermont and moving to Kentucky, I have found this discussion fascinating. A neighbor just had 40' of wall constructed as a landscaping feature and I believe that I paid less for my first house. Not mentioned are the walls that meander through forests that at one time were fields. This may not be unique to New England, but I have not seen it elsewhere.
For what it’s worth- Quality of life, happiness and the effects that a behavior, action or lifestyle has on others is at the heart of whether or not to legalize or criminalize anything. Personally, I am not for or against legalization of pot at this moment, but do urge the taking of responsibility for all consequences. Some are going to benefit while others may pay a heavy toll. In general I see quality of life suffers when an individual places greater value on anything more important to them than personal health, family health and the health of society.