Stonehenge

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The very name conjures images of ancient times and unknown events and the modern struggle to explain all of that.  When was Stonehenge constructed?  Who were the Druids?  What is the purpose of the concentric circles of stone?  Is Stonehenge … Continued

The Appalachian Trail

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Where can you hike across America?  Where can you see the backwoods of America that the early pilgrims and pioneers saw?  Where can you communicate with Nature and History all at the same time?  What is the Appalachian Trail?  What … Continued

Vincent Van Gogh

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He was born in 1857 in the Netherlands. He was born to a family that was long on love and short on many of the blessings of life. His father was a minister and so Vincent wanted to try that … Continued

Galileo Galilei

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Here is a man who still ranks as one of the most brilliant scientists who ever lived. He lived his entire life (1564 – 1642) in Italy and moved forward the concept of concise observation. He didn’t accept what had … Continued