If you are kind enough to read Changing Pages regularly, you will know there I love visiting art galleries, museums, exhibitions and the theatre. It goes without saying that I also love to attend any book related event or festival.
A little monochrome treatment for Currie lighthouse which operated from 1880 to 1989.
The people of Forsythe were wonderful to work beside. Our fellow volunteers both RVer and local not only cared about the lands and animals but were supportive of their coworkers and genuinely friendly.
Resolutions seem to imply giving things up or not doing things. I have never found this approach overly helpful preferring to start the new year with a more positive approach and focus on what I want to do rather than what I don’t want to do!
Overall, Peck covers the dynamic and influential history of brewing in DC from the first brewery till Prohibition. He goes in depth on Robert Portner and Christopher Heinrich, national figures, that transformed the beer industry in the U.S. by setting trends in production and introducing new technology.
Each poem has the ability to take you in, to absorb you and hold you down like Petrificus Totalus, your eyeballs the only thing moving across the page.
The Valley of Fire is a wonderful black lava flow frozen in time. Trails go through the black rock, allowing you to feel like you might be swallowed up by it.