Monthly Archives: August 2018

Food

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August 25, 2018
Food

Follow Patty Pan The Underutilized Squash I happen to love patty pan squash; actually, I am a fan of squash period.  I first discovered patty pan, at a farmer’s market, in California, drawn to it by its scalloped edges and size.  I remember it was priced very reasonably, which completely mattered...
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Public Square

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August 17, 2018

Follow Ft. Pierce Public Art In the Swim by Jorge Blanco   I love the unexpected; it is always wonderful when I go looking for a particular place or thing and find it, but there is something rather delightful about coming upon an unexpected treat, like public art in Ft. Pierce,...
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Poet’s Corner

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August 13, 2018

Follow I Stand and Applaud You   I stand and applaud you.   Rarely do words, my most constant and faithful companions fail me but at the moment, I am at a loss.   So, I stand and applaud you.   To endure injustice is never easy, to survive it marks...
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In the Wild!

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August 12, 2018

Follow The Sandpiper     They are tiny and scurry quickly along the sand, not much interested in posing for a picture or what morsel someone may offer them; I like that about sandpipers, they are not there for our entertainment. Yet, somehow these ubiquitous creatures certainly do manage to still...
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A View from the Road

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August 7, 2018

Follow Hey! I am Over Here, Come Take a Look!     I wish I could make one of these memorable pieces of Americana, as I do so love road-side attractions, and must absolutely stop, if at all possible, to photograph a giant you name it . . . an orange,...
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Connected

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August 5, 2018

Follow Integrated Security Operation Center – ISOC You Cannot Fight What You Cannot See For those of you asked about last month’s podcast, I offer you this post to help answer your questions. One of the largest concerns in the United States, regarding cyber security, is how to secure the electrical...
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Art

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August 4, 2018

Follow To love a painting is to feel that this presence is… not an object but a voice. ~ Andre Malraux ~      Bridal Veil Falls, Yosemite  by Albert Bierstadt When I think of vistas of Yosemite Valley, I most often think of Ansel Adams’ iconic photographs, as it was Adams who first...
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From the Editor

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August 2, 2018

Follow Can There Be: Love, Peace, Beauty, Wonder, Joy . . . ?   “We’re alike. I, too, believe that everyone should have a chance at a breathtaking piece of folly once in his life. I was twenty when they said a woman couldn’t swim the Channel. You’re twelve; you think...
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Did You Know?

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August 1, 2018

Follow Iron Mike     Behold, Iron Mike – Iron Mike who? Just Iron Mike, as it turns out. This statue stands at the Marine Corps Museum, in Quantico, Virginia, but it does not represent Mike, rather all Marines. I have gone searching for more information about Iron Mike, and it...
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