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A confrontation in Paradise: Dueling Swallowtails


2015-08-02 - Cool Springs Farm, Gradyville, Paradise, USA - Photo by Guy Babin.
A Black and a Tiger Swallowtail fight it out, presumably over territory among the wildflowers along our neck of paradise. (I suspect MS Coomer would approve.) Happy lovely first August Sunday everyone. -Guy Babin, Cool Springs Creek Farm, Gradyville

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Travel: The Gatekeeper Roller Coaster at Cedar Point


2015-08-02 - Sandusky, OH - Photo by Graham Waggener.
Cedar Point, located on Lake Erie in Ohio, is the roller coaster capital of the world. According to Wikipedia, "As of 2013, the park is the most visited seasonal amusement park in the United States with an estimated 3.38 million visitors in 2013. The park also has several buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places."

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Epicurean Kentuckian: an unfamiliar looking lunch


2015-08-02 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, CM.
First green drink off first juicer was a success, it tasted exactly like the juice of mostly green veggies, containing kale, tomatoes, cucumbers, cillantro, a fourth of a lemon and a green apple. In preparation for this feast in a glass, the shopping cart was filled with vegetables, a first, and then the kitchen cabinet looked like the produce section of the grocery store instead of a collection of processed foods. I read the directions, washed and set up the juicer there are lots of parts! Next I washed and selected vegetables, going by the recipes at hand. The juicer sounded like a train coming through the house but it worked as promised and this glass of juice became lunch. Cleanup was another adventure, not a bit easier than cleanup of a regular meal. CM readers who are experienced juicers are invited to advise and send photos and comments to share! -- LW

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Scrapbook from Mr. Hixson & Mr. Robertson: Important reveal


2015-08-02 - Columbia, KY - Photo from scrapbook now owned by Hixson & Robertson .
This page is the first one in the scrapbook which reveals the compiler's gender. It's "Miss" Vernon Rodgers. There are penned notes to her at the top of this photo, and, at the bottom the program for three act "The Path of True Love," presented at Lindsey Wilson Junior College, that May 10, 1935, with the cast. This is another page, bigger because of the neat foldout program in Miss Vernon Rodgers' Scrapbook 1934-35. - EW

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Scrapbook from Mr. Hixson & Mr. Robertson: Graduation puzzler


2015-08-02 - Columbia, KY - Photo from scrapbook now owned by Hixson & Robertson .
It isn't clear whether the reception contest goes with the commencement - they're both on the same date, nor does this page of the 1934-35 Scrapbook compiled by Vernon Rodgers and now the property of Kevin Robertson and Barry Hixson say who the engaged mentioned in the "Floral Love Song" are. Maybe some reader will recall this milestone marriage in Adair County History and enlightened those who think they almost remember. It may or may not be related to the later commencement event May 24, 1935 at L.W.C. - EW

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