Daily Archives: July 29, 2021

“The 10 Types of Submarine Explained” –Covert Shores — Chuck Hill’s CG Blog

Covert Shores ((included in my list of recommended blogs) has provided an eleven minute video explaining various types of submarines and providing examples and lists of users. Most of it is pretty basic, but there are some less common types … Continue reading

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Lincoln County Museum of History, Lincolnton – North Carolina Thursdays July 29, 2021

For this week’s North Carolina Thursdays post, I decided to look around Lincoln County. There were a few places that looked interesting. I went with Lincoln County Museum of History in Lincolnton – http://www.lincolncountyhistory.com/. COVID-19 protocols may be in effect. … Continue reading

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Financing church by renting an old Kmart, opening a coffee shop, leasing to a gym — God Reports

When Mark DeYmaz took over a Kmart to open his thriving church of 500, he helped his budget by opening a for-profit coffee shop and renting space to a gym next door. Financing church by renting an old Kmart, opening … Continue reading

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Happy 246th Birthday to Army Chaplain Corps – July 29, 2021

It was back in 1775 when the Army Chaplain Corps was established so Happy 246th Birthday to them. Important realize members are non-combatants although not all enemies will treat them as such. Here are some links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Chaplains, https://armyhistory.org/u-s-army-chaplain-corps/#:~:text=The%20U.S.%20Army%20Chaplain%20Corps,equaling%20that%20of%20a%20captain. Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaplain_Corps_(United_States_Army). … Continue reading

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7 Ways My Blogging Has Changed in 7 Years (Is It For The Best?) — Drizzle & Hurricane Books

I made a whole lot of blogging mistakes in 7 years. My blogging has changed and so has my life and sometimes I wonder if it’s all good… or not. Some days, I wonder if the way my feelings about … Continue reading

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South Korean Golfers Can Earn Military Exemption With Olympic Medal – Sports Illustrated July 28, 2021

I saw this recently on Sports Illustrated – South Korean Golfers Can Earn Military Exemption With Olympic Medal: https://www.si.com/olympics/2021/07/28/south-korean-golfers-military-exemption-olympic-medal-tokyo. This appears to be true for any Olympic medal winner from South Korea. ASSOCIATED PRESS July 28, 2021 KAWAGOE, Japan (AP) … Continue reading

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He Was the 1st Olympic Champion in 1,500 Years… and No One Cared – MyHeritage July 28, 2021

I saw this on MyHeritage recently – He Was the 1st Olympic Champion in 1,500 Years… and No One Cared: https://blog.myheritage.com/2021/07/he-was-the-1st-olympic-champion-in-1500-years-and-no-one-cared/. Longer article, but here are some basics. By Esther July 28, 2021 The Olympic Games have their origins in ancient … Continue reading

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A Family Treasure from Ebay — The Family Kalamazoo

Mary Ann S., who runs the Facebook group Reconnecting Kalamazoo, made a big find relating to this blog and my family. Thank you so much, Mary!!! She emailed me that she had found something on ebay I might be interested … Continue reading

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23andMe Story: 76-year-old woman finds her birth family – 23andMe YouTube

Direct link: 23andMe Story: 76-year-old woman finds her birth family https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ech2cwz9I4 (around 31 seconds long)

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Mount Rainier: Ohanapecosh — McGee Travel Tales

After a six mile hike over Rampart Ridge and a picnic I was exhausted but not ready to go back to the cabin. So as Keltin drove from one side of the park to the other I napped in the … Continue reading

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