Who needs some store bought steroid laden Turkey when you can bait ‘em in your back yard? Just sprinkle a little seed around and when they least suspect it on Thanksgiving Eve pop a cap in their ass!
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I spread a little bird seed around the bird feeder for the chipmunks and squirrels and now turkeys… Put your Thanksgiving order for your fresh bird:
Check the songs out here. Read what Marina has to say, below:
Hello from Nashville!
The Tuscan Sessions are finally done – and I am SO excited to share them with you! Written and recorded this past spring in Florence, Italy, this record brings a distinctly European feel to folk Americana. Special thanks to producer and one-man-band Bernardo Baglioni, without whom this record would never have been possible. Click here to have a listen, tap yer foot, and sing along.
Meanwhile, the tour rolls on! Tonight, Berna and I will be featured at a songwriters in the round session in Nashville – quite an honor! So much talent in this city. And the honky tonks are WILD. Also – I’ve added two more dates to our itinerary: Dallas (11/11) and Socorro, NM (11/13). More soon!
Joey, I think that you will get a kick out of this Rt 66 tape, which shows Rocky Neck in 1961. Also, the pictures from 1961 compared to pictures taken in 2009:
Can you place the locations?
Pictures from the episode: http://www.ohio66.com/gloucester/default.asp
Way more comparison photos at this link- http://www.ohio66.com/gloucester/default.asp
Click the photo for the panning 360 degree view of the entire cabin. I’ve never seen so many knows, controls and levers in one confined space in my life. To say you would need to be a genius to know what each one does may be the understatement of the century.
Thank you Robin Jones from Northeast Ohio for forwarding it to us.
Captain Robin Walbridge (in green sweatshirt)aboard the BOUNTY during its visit to Gloucester in September. Mr. Walbridge, who was 63 years old and captain of the Bounty for 17 years, was presumed lost when the Bounty sank during Hurricane Sandy. Also dead was crew member Claudane Christian, said to be a descendent of Fletcher Christian, leader of the famous mutiny aboard the original Bounty in April, 1789.
After a wonderful lunch at Minglewood, Rick and I took my sister Janet and her husband Gus for a walk around the Harbor.
The potato skins in the picture were delicious.
Gus and Janet representing