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Lloyd's Blog 2014-12-02 01:46:00
Photo shot in San Rafael, Calif. by Dave Covey


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-12-02 01:46:00
Photo shot in San Rafael, Calif. by Dave Covey


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-12-02 01:46:00
Photo shot in San Rafael, Calif. by Dave Covey


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-12-01 11:30:00
I'm starting to do posts like this on TheShelterBlog."These are barns I photographed in the Willamette Valley in Oregon in September, 2014. The gambrel is a distinctive and common barn roof shape in this part of the world, as is the curved roof barn?"http://www.theshelterblog.com/six-gambrel-roof-barns-oregon/#wrapper


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-12-01 11:30:00
I'm starting to do posts like this on TheShelterBlog."These are barns I photographed in the Willamette Valley in Oregon in September, 2014. The gambrel is a distinctive and common barn roof shape in this part of the world, as is the curved roof barn?"http://www.theshelterblog.com/six-gambrel-roof-barns-oregon/#wrapper


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-11-29 11:30:00
"?these fascinating discoveries recently made by a team of archeologists in the Turkish city of Zeugma has given us the opportunity to witness the unveiling of Greek and Roman art that hasn?t been seen in thousands of years.The site caught the attention of the international archaeological community when it was threatened by flooding due to the construction of a nearby dam …


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-11-29 11:30:00
"?these fascinating discoveries recently made by a team of archeologists in the Turkish city of Zeugma has given us the opportunity to witness the unveiling of Greek and Roman art that hasn?t been seen in thousands of years.The site caught the attention of the international archaeological community when it was threatened by flooding due to the construction of a nearby dam …


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-11-28 11:30:00
http://www.boredpanda.com/mosque-ceilings/


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-11-28 11:30:00
http://www.boredpanda.com/mosque-ceilings/


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-11-27 11:30:00
From Godfrey StephensClick here.


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-11-27 11:30:00
From Godfrey StephensClick here.


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-11-26 16:42:00
Looking down on the ocean/beach last (dark) night. Moon was a crescent (blurred here), 3 days past new moon. Light on right is house on shore, the 3-4 lights on horizon are crab fishing boats. It's looking like a good crab season. One local fisherman got 1200 pounds the 1st day out.I sometimes imagine what the ocean floor would look like …


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-11-26 16:42:00
Looking down on the ocean/beach last (dark) night. Moon was a crescent (blurred here), 3 days past new moon. Light on right is house on shore, the 3-4 lights on horizon are crab fishing boats. It's looking like a good crab season. One local fisherman got 1200 pounds the 1st day out.I sometimes imagine what the ocean floor would look like …


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-11-26 11:30:00
I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (Live with the Band, Isle of Wight, 1969) by Bob Dylan on GroovesharkOn Another Self Portrait (1969-1971): The Bootleg Series Vol. 10Article on this album in Boston Globe: http://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/music/2013/08/25/review-bob-dylan-another-self-portrait-the-bootleg-series-vol/bAbdHJQ2EG265EHlLeVHqO/story.htmlAlbum referred to us by long-time Dylan fan Jeff Sinder.


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-11-26 11:30:00
I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (Live with the Band, Isle of Wight, 1969) by Bob Dylan on GroovesharkOn Another Self Portrait (1969-1971): The Bootleg Series Vol. 10Article on this album in Boston Globe: http://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/music/2013/08/25/review-bob-dylan-another-self-portrait-the-bootleg-series-vol/bAbdHJQ2EG265EHlLeVHqO/story.htmlAlbum referred to us by long-time Dylan fan Jeff Sinder.


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-11-25 19:01:00
Lew found this hummingbird in the kitchen. It had probably been trapped in there a while; it was catatonic, its chi was ebbing. Its wings were fluffed up in an attempt to get warm. Hummingbirds are perpetual motion machines; they need to be constantly moving and eating to keep up with the high metabolism.We mixed some agave syrup with warm water …


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-11-25 19:01:00
Lew found this hummingbird in the kitchen. It had probably been trapped in there a while; it was catatonic, its chi was ebbing. Its wings were fluffed up in an attempt to get warm. Hummingbirds are perpetual motion machines; they need to be constantly moving and eating to keep up with the high metabolism.We mixed some agave syrup with warm water …


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-11-24 11:30:00
?'Pamir' was originally launched in Hamburg in 1905, she had a steel hull, a tonnage of 3020 gross, an overall length of 375 feet, a beam of 46 feet and a loaded draught of 24 feet. Her three masts stood 168 feet above the deck and the main yard was 92 feet wide. She carried a total of 50,000 square feet …


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-11-24 11:30:00
?'Pamir' was originally launched in Hamburg in 1905, she had a steel hull, a tonnage of 3020 gross, an overall length of 375 feet, a beam of 46 feet and a loaded draught of 24 feet. Her three masts stood 168 feet above the deck and the main yard was 92 feet wide. She carried a total of 50,000 square feet …


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Lloyd's Blog 2014-11-21 11:30:00
I just ran across this. I put it on the blog about 4 years ago, but the link got scrambled, so here it is again. (My mom lived to be 103.)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FJ0_8mBqnA"I was at my Mom's rest home a few weeks ago and walked in on a little lady sitting at the piano playing for the old folks. (This is in the …


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