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Wreck Scuba Diving in Florida — Travel and Sport dot pw

Some of the most enjoyable diving you may ever do is wreck scuba diving. Because travel by ship was the main way of going from continent to continent prior to development of air travel, and because the technology used on … Continue reading

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Update to Last Ancestry Post – March 25, 2020

In my last post, Ancestry FREE At Home Education — Hound on the Hunt, it’s not the entire Ancestry database by any stretch, but it’s a pretty good chunk of databases. In addition, most libraries require you to be at … Continue reading

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Sedgwick County , Kansas “Stay at Home” in Effect Until April 23, 2020

Updated to add the PDF proposal. The Sedgwick County Commission voted yesterday to put it in effect 12:01 A. M. this morning. It’s 30 days, but can be amended or changed as needed. KWCH News The link above has another … Continue reading

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Social distancing Sunday – Old Oxford Mill — One Kansas Girl – Kansas Tuesdays March 24, 2020

Forced family fun took us to the Old Oxford Mill in Oxford, Kansas. Oxford is 45 minutes south of Wichita and has a population of 1,012. Before we left in the boys’ 1998 Camry… We took the back roads, which … Continue reading

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New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 16 March 2020

I saw last night on FamilySearch – New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 16 March 2020: https://media.familysearch.org/new-free-historical-records-on-familysearch-week-of-16-march-2020/. Over 1,100 words. Best to do a search for the country or state to see if has records that may apply … Continue reading

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How Close to Death Have You Knowingly Come? March 19, 2020

I started this post long before COVID-19 became an issue. I don’t worry about things I can’t control, including my death. I do follow commonsense things, and more importantly, I pray and listen to the Lord for guidance. If you … Continue reading

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Working on Taxes – March 18, 2020

Decided to work on my taxes. I don’t get back much, and I will apply the small refund to next year’s taxes and will do the same thing for the next few years as in a couple of years, I … Continue reading

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Wichita Restaurant and Other Closings – March 17, 2020 My Experience

This afternoon a friend took me out to lunch. I didn’t have access to this list from the local Wichita newspaper at the time: https://www.kansas.com/entertainment/restaurants/dining-with-denise-neil/article241264806.html?. There were plenty of restaurants and fast-food places that were take-out and/or drive-thru only with … Continue reading

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Kansas: Historic Adobe Museum — McGee Travel Tales – Kansas Tuesdays March 17, 2020

Keltin and I took an afternoon to explore and our first stop was the Historic Adobe Museum in Ulysses, Kansas. This is a cute little museum that explores the history of the Grant County and the Santa Fe Trail. There … Continue reading

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A spotlight on Reclaim the Records – MyHeritage March 15, 2020

I saw this today on MyHeritage – A spotlight on Reclaim the Records – MyHeritage March 15, 2020: https://blog.myheritage.com/2020/03/a-spotlight-on-reclaim-the-records/. I will point out Freedom of Information Acts (FOIA) have different names in various places, and each jurisdiction determines what are … Continue reading

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