Monthly Archives: January 2018

Fashion Trends We’ll be Seeing in 2018 — madelinececelia

photo The most sought-after trends of 2017 included athleisure, mixing patterns, mules, crazy 80s glam, the color red, hats galore, huge bags… it’s almost impossible to list all of them. Fashion is an art form. If artists never branched out and tried new things, we’d still be drawing on the insides of caves. Just like […]

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A LOT OF TENT MAKERS OUT THERE! GREAT POST!

Devotions

marmsky January 2018 (15)devotional post # 2262

Numbers 3:27-32

Num 3:27 From Kohath came the clan of the Amramites and the clan of the Izharites and the clan of the Hebronites and the clan of the Uzzielites; these are the clans of the Kohathites.
Num 3:28 According to the mustering of all the males, from a month old and upward, there were 8,600, responsible to keep guard over the sanctuary.
Num 3:29 The clans of the sons of Kohath were to camp on the south side of the tabernacle,
Num 3:30 with Elizaphan the son of Uzziel as general over the fathers’ house of the clans of the Kohathites.
Num 3:31 And their guard duty involved the ark, the table, the lampstand, the altars, the vessels of the sanctuary with which the priests serve, and the screen; all the service connected with these.
Num 3:32 And Eleazar the son of Aaron the priest…

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All Aboard Trains In Florida 2018 — floridatraveler

My wife does not like to travel by airplane even though we have gone from Florida to Chicago and Los Angles on Southwest Airlines. We are among the few people I know that have gone from Tampa to New York City via Amtrak and enjoyed the ride although crossing the Potomac was the only attractive […]

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ALCOS AND TOURIST TRAINS

ALCOs are cheap to obtain,

Great for a tourist train…

Know what you’re doing

And keep coffee brewing,

The parts are available on the main!

ALCOs–great pullers at heart–

Not always easy to start…

Rugged and strong–

They’ll last long–

Or you can take them apart.

–Jonathan Caswell

 

The Everett Railroad, Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania

NUMBER 11 HAS BEEN MY FAVE STEAM ENGINE FOR A LONG, LONG TIME—PENNSYLVANIA IS INDEED A TREASURE TROVE OF SHORT LINE RAILROADS, AND MORE!

John Cowgill: Stories of the Railroad

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The city of Altoona, Pennsylvania is a city built around railroads.  It has been referred to as ‘The Railroad Capital of America’, although Trains Magazine has named Chicago, Illinois as the ‘Railroad Capital’ mainly because of the massive number of railroads that serve that city.  How does Altoona get the name?  It does not have as many railroads as Chicago, but it does have many railroad sites.  You have the Juniata Shops where trains are serviced.  You have the Railroaders Memorial Museum.  For train watchers, you have the famous Horseshoe Curve where you can watch trains roll on through.  You also have the Gallitzin Tunnels that helped pave the way for railroads through the high Allegheny Mountains, and you have the Portage Railroad that had the task of link canal barges across the mountain range.  Yes, you have great railroad sites in Altoona.

Now some of you are saying, “Wow! …

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