to My World
One of the many artists in our village,
Pete has a national reputation for
many things, including his "Puddle
People" which stand all of 1.5 inches
tall. Here we see him at the opening
of an exhibit at the Buzz Ware Village
Center, putting on a demonstration.
Note the two pairs of sunglasses.
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One of my favorite trees.
It's sister, seen in the background, is half
dead. I hurt my back in December throwing
an anchor up into it. I call it an anchor,
though it was just a piece of wood tied to
a rope. It took many attempts to get that
anchor up in the tree and wedged between
limbs. Once there, I got the tree moving
back and forth, rocking, until finally the
rotton trunk snapped and I ran like hell
to get out of the way.
Schoolers Welcome The Bishop
Here is a gallery of several photos on
another website of the students at St.
David's Day School, just down the street
from us. The occasion was a visit by the
Bishop of Delaware, the Very Rev. Wayne
This is the busy state highway right next to our house.
This year, after years of studying ways to calm the
traffic, a few slight improvements were made, including
a traffic light a quarter mile down the road. Effective
measures, such as speed bumps or islands, were not
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