A treehouse in Maine
Patting my stomach after last night’s beers, I decided to find an alternative route
And so it begins...
Kenneth copied the information of about 40,000 headstones upon his retirement, but in the eight years since his death he hadn’t been added to Find a Grave. I remedied that last week, and I found his gravestone this morning. Thank you for your service to taphology and to your country.
106-year-old. And the gravestone is now 122 years old. Askrigg, England
Five wines, three butcherings of varietals
Littledale Free Church, Lancashire. Built in 1849, it is now used for storage of farm equipment
Alice wed her first husband (she was his second wife) in 1871. He died in 1895. She re-married three years later, relocating from Maine to Mass. He died in 1918. She returned to Maine, where she died about 20 years later, aged about 90, and is buried alongside her first husband and his first wife
Aboard a Scandinavian Airlines flight, 1969
Not sure why you’d put your signature to this placemat..
Two friends of mine somehow beat the odds of probability
The infograph and infograph modular app complications are starting to roll out
This building, the Old Corner Bookstore, is 300 years old this year. Give it a nod when you next pass by.
You’re welcome for me
Ossian’s Cave, Dunkeld, Scotland
Long-serving pastor. Died in his role. Yarmouth, Maine
Kilmun Parish Church cemetery, Argyll, Scotland
Apple Maps’ handy transit widget informs you of disruptions on your route
If I were Tony, I wouldn’t be rushing to change the pay model either
Google Maps updated with departure boards
The photo must have been awful then
Should be a smooth transfer
My wife’s streaks
... or speed up so that you don’t notice our illiteracy.
This drain might as well not be there
Found a couple of kind posts about a friend of mine who died in 2014. Proud that relative strangers took the time
Rough start to the day. Sorry for being four minutes away
When the “would you mind making a stop?” question pays off
[Legit] You aren’t helping, Google
Our girl loved her first crossing of an international border (US-Canadian).
Always the way
People are okay today
A record store near me is quite particular about their no-thank-yous.
Steve messed up
I wish they’d left that window alone. Bar Harbor Electric & Light Co., Bar Harbor, Maine
Null text message when arriving at a scheduled pickup?
These people advertising for T Mobile at today’s Bayern Munich v Freiburg match
Zoe and Zelda Buck. I remember they were newborns when they tagged along on the Monster tour.
Gerry loved his fast food