How much weight would you guess is being held up by these columns? A couple hundred thousand pounds? Less? More?
Here’s the first snow and ice we have from the storm yesterday.
Well, I can see my latest quiz was a flop. You win some and lose some, I guess. At any rate, the image from the quiz was of the procession Saturday night through the Memorial Illumination at the Antietam National Battlefield, just outside Sharpsburg, Maryland. The Memorial Illumination is held just one night per year,…
You know the drill… What is it? And where is it? Here are your clues: It has nothing to do with an airport. It has nothing to do with the Holidays. The blurriness is an accident, but I liked it for this posting. Good luck!
Just a shout-out to my sister, Kate, on her birthday. Happy birthday, Kate!
A beautiful example of frost wedging at Catoctin Mountain, a nearby mountain ridge that consists of: Proterozoic Catoctin metabasaltic greenstone interspersed by metasedimentary white quartz and other phyllites and Precambrian basalt flows. — Source: Wikipedia
Described by some as the most beautiful building interior in the United States, this is the Great Hall of the Library of Congress and my only shot to show for it. I must get back for more…