The air began to warm. Great glaciers that covered the earth slowly melted, changing the landscape in their wake, leaving behind reminders of the age of ice in the valleys, hills and lakes gouged into the terrain.
Africa. The name conjures images of vast jungles and deserts, mystery and ancient cultures. It is the world’s second largest continent, the probable origin of humanity and is the oldest inhabited land on earth.
Ever wonder what a petrified steak rock is? OK, so it is not real a steak, but the stone artifact with a grid on one side does resemble a charcoal broiled steak. That description originated with the quirky humor of Deb Twigg, executive director of a new museum.
Warning: Don’t read this if political correctness is your prime objective.
Old, odd and unique. That could be an antique shop, the collection of postcards with this article, or the owner of a business. Actually, it describes all three.
The Declaration of Independence was signed by the Continental congress, on July 4, 1776. However, Americans in New England had been sending notice of rebellion, in the form of bullets, to British soldiers since April in 1775.