Oldest Person In The Grand Canyon

Most of us have flown over the Grand Canyon, taken a train to the Grand Canyon, driven to the Grand Canyon, read about the Grand Canyon, watched programs about the Grand Canyon, and have otherwise been awestruck and intrigued by it. More »

The Wow of a B-17 Flying Fortress

Growing up in the 1950s and 60s, it seems a lot of us did not pay much attention to WWII. The Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Airmen and Airwomen, nurses, Coast Guardsmen, Merchant Mariners and others came home, got down to business, worked to raise us properly and never said much about their grim experiences of war and war-time service. More »

 

BookScapes Summer Reading

I don’t really understand the term “summer reading” but then I save books for moods, not weather. Light fare for summer, but surely you need it as much for grey dark days

Random Readers II Summer Reading

Cathy: copy editor, mother of two creative children, from OK Do you remember the last time you said to someone: you really must read this book now?” and the book was?  I

BookScapes Summer Reading timeline

Summer Reading What are you reading now? What were you reading then? Looking back through my reading lists, journals and diaries was great fun. This might not be what you were reading

BookScapes August Summer Reads

I seldom make a distinction between summer or winter reads. A good book is a good book whatever the season. But summer brings the illusion of more time to read, in hammocks,

Random ReadersII Summer Reading

Sean, computer programmer from Scotland Do you remember the last time you said to someone: you really must read this book now?” and the book was?  It was Game of Thrones –

BookScapes

Novel Escapes of Summer If you liked the Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society or Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand, or The Tower, the Zoo and the Tortoise, or even the Field

UnBound -Dog Days of Summer

Reading through the Dog Days of Summer The Dog Days are technically the hottest, sultry days of the summer, when air is stagnant. Named by the Romans (although the Greeks had also

Random Readers II Summer Reads

Paulette:  I am a personal property appraiser and research methodologist. Do you remember the last time you said to someone: you really must read this?  No, because the books that appeal to

Random Readers

World wanderer, Mid 40’s, Like off the beaten path adventures. Will read a book a day for 7 days then not read for a couple of weeks. If I can’t fall asleep,

Random Readers

Computer programmer originally from a small town in North Dakota. I have lived in Rochester for about ten years now, after 4 years at NDSU Fargo. What are you currently reading?: Fifty