absurd: (adj) contrary to all reason or common sense; laughably foolish Continue reading
If you thought that Lancaster County, Pennsylvania was a great railroad enthusiast depot, turn up the road to find some covered bridges. Though only a few dozen remain, their charm and rural romance crosses many a stream. Sundays are a good day to drive about trying to find a few of these bridges. Most of the shops and road-side stands are closed up for the Sabbath. But, the covered bridges are open for discovery and driving through. Continue reading
I can’t say that we are really train-people… you know the ones with bucket-lists of excursion trains to ride… or who meet up with other train enthusiasts at a location to await the arrival of a specific engine, and line up with cameras and tripods.
Hobbies are great.
We are a bit more of the train novelty fans. If we happen to be in a location where a historic train ride occurs, we are ready to board. Even better with the scenery is great and wine is served.
Cost of Doing Business: all expenses related to establishing a corporation, producing the product or service, disposing of any waste products related to the business, and fulfilling contract obligations Continue reading
Crumb (n) a small, broken-off particle of bread, cake, etc. Continue reading
For the past six-months, my blog has hosted a banner photo from the Women’s March held in January in Washington, D.C. I have run this series of Dept. of Alternative Facts, highlighting political questions and modeling a means of challenging our leaders. Continue reading
I have heard that with
every step we take,
we stir up the dust
decayed into their
mineral compositions. Continue reading