Monday, February 28, 2005
You have to click on the photo for Hi-Res for this one. Both Cecil, a corporal, and Maurice, a private, were in the 103rd Infanty, 43rd Division. They died within a day of each other. A Google search of the Divisions showed that Cecil and Maurice died taking Georgia Island in the Pacific and Frank, serving in Germany with the 76th infantry died shortly before the end of the war.
Sunday, February 27, 2005
Saturday, February 26, 2005
Friday, February 25, 2005
Kenny is a very fine photographer, Gentle Viewer, and friendly commenter in this blog. He lives in and shows us the great Northwest. His blog is here and these 5 photos of mine are a COMPLETE RIP OFF OF THESE.
I warned him I was going to do it and he foolishly sent me en email of encouragement.
Next time I will save myself the effort and just cut and paste his fine photos over to my blog and name them 'my own' and send around nasty notes of how he copied ME!
Thursday, February 24, 2005
A Gentle Viewer wrote and asked about the bag stuck in the tree as I hadn't posted in a while. It's still out there and shows no sign of going anywhere. It was collecting snow during the last storm and I thought maybe THAT would be the end of it but it's still there. This will be harder to monitor, I think, when the leaves come back. But between all my other obligations, and dealing with both the Nobel Commitee and the College of Cardinals (I really can't talk about these right now.), I can keep you updated.