Monthly Archives: January 2017

Women’s March on the National Mall

Of the many issues raised by protesters at the march, it’s this  sentiment that I find most daunting.   I wonder who’ll be blamed when all his lofty promises fail to materialize? Youngsters generally had more hopeful messages.Salty signage provided comic … Continue reading

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Book Review – Arrowheads and Stone Artifacts: A Practical Guide for the Amateur Archaeologist by C.G. Yeager

I was asked by my friend and neighbor Michael Dolan who is editior for American History magazine to review an advocational archeology book.  It follows: In this third edition of his DIY handbook, C.G. Yeager draws on decades of experience … Continue reading

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Historic or Prehistoric?

The last time I visited Parque Santa Rosa in Costa Rica, a friend and I came across this stone wall during a hike through the bosque seco.  It’s located near a spring and forms a ramp to higher ground (which … Continue reading

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