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Jeffersonville - 2007

Nature Photo of the Day

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Jeffersonville - 2007

A Thanksgiving Message

In honor of the holiday tomorrow, I'd like to offer up a bit of creative cooking info for people roasting their holiday turkeys. This advice and image was sent to me by a friend and he assured me that it would work most excellently.

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Subject: Happy Thanksgiving

NEW TURKEY RECIPE

Your dinner will be the talk of the TOWN!!
You should try this!
Sure to bring smiles from your guests!
Here is a new way to prepare your Thanksgiving Turkey.

1. Cut out aluminum foil in desired shapes.

2. Arrange the turkey in the roasting pan, position the foil carefully.?
(see attached picture for details)

3. Roast according to your own recipe and serve.

4. Watch your guests' faces...


May your stuffing be tasty
May your turkey plump,
May your potatoes and gravy
Have never a lump.
May your yams be delicious
And your pies take the prize,
And may your Thanksgiving dinner
Stay off your thighs!

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

Nature Photo of the Day



Jeffersonville - 2007

Nature Photo of the Day



Jeffersonville - 2007
Tracy senzaf1ne, Angie badgerphone, and I got together and explored a number of farm sites that surround Bakersfield, CA and offer an insight into the region’s past. Time has stopped dead here. What first struck me as merely garbage lying thickly on the floor were layers of fallen lives, with the past exposed to all.

The Special House



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The Special House
Imagine if you could, step back in time several decades. Imagine if what you would find in the common, day to day articles of life. The last place that Tracy senzaf1ne showed us on our Bakersfield trip was just such a place. With the exception of furniture (something carried off), every room in this modest 4 room 1910 era farm house was filled with objects from the 1960’s and 70’s. Literally in some places the floor had nearly 18 inches of papers, boxes, clothes, canned goods, boxed foods, and more. It was as if the previous resident dumped out all their furniture and vanished.

Let look around the outside first and then a brief glance inside


Right this way

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