Campground Ramblings

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Re: Campground Ramblings

Postby gcdonner » Sat Jul 29, 2017 12:25 pm

MaxPC wrote:Don't have too much time online for the next few weeks. We've been absolutely nonstop here. The professional ethics project for academics is taking off in unexpected ways: the time is ripe it seems. My local colleague is paying for my plane ticket so that we can both fly out to a real time meeting together next week. I had better wear my best suspenders and get a haircut. :lol:

Which hair are you going to get cut? I usually alternate from one cutting to the next...
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Re: Campground Ramblings

Postby silentreader » Sat Jul 29, 2017 1:08 pm

gcdonner wrote:
MaxPC wrote:Don't have too much time online for the next few weeks. We've been absolutely nonstop here. The professional ethics project for academics is taking off in unexpected ways: the time is ripe it seems. My local colleague is paying for my plane ticket so that we can both fly out to a real time meeting together next week. I had better wear my best suspenders and get a haircut. :lol:

Which hair are you going to get cut? I usually alternate from one cutting to the next...


Nose, ears, head? Yeah, me too.
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Re: Campground Ramblings

Postby MaxPC » Sat Jul 29, 2017 5:16 pm

:laugh :rofl:
Thank you both for that laugh. When it comes to haircuts, the barber trims the sides and ears then uses my eyebrows as a comb-over :mrgreen:
I don't let anyone near my nostrils with a sharp instrument :shock:
silentreader wrote:
gcdonner wrote:
MaxPC wrote:Don't have too much time online for the next few weeks. We've been absolutely nonstop here. The professional ethics project for academics is taking off in unexpected ways: the time is ripe it seems. My local colleague is paying for my plane ticket so that we can both fly out to a real time meeting together next week. I had better wear my best suspenders and get a haircut. :lol:

Which hair are you going to get cut? I usually alternate from one cutting to the next...


Nose, ears, head? Yeah, me too.
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Re: Campground Ramblings

Postby MaxPC » Wed Aug 09, 2017 9:47 am

We had a good time at the One Big Birthday Party for the family. The children grow so quickly. Times with family are precious.

The first signs of Fall weather are here. The temperatures are slightly cooler and the sun is less intense. I hear Yellowstone National Park had snow last week. After a hot summer like we've had I'm tempted to go roll in it. :lol:
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Re: Campground Ramblings

Postby MaxPC » Sat Aug 12, 2017 8:19 am

We've been helping the children plant for Fall crops of collards and other brassicas. I'm tired. More naps are in order. :lol:
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Re: Campground Ramblings

Postby MaxPC » Tue Aug 22, 2017 4:10 pm

The last of the Eclipse campers pulled out this morning. The campground is quiet again. The campers were well behaved: it's just with that many in close proximity, even congenial conversations create their own hum.

We spent the previous night and the day with family. Didn't want to chance the traffic which was at a standstill: good decision. We viewed the eclipse with the cardboard and pinhole and talked about the science of the eclipse with the grands.

Our cousin made the observation that if Jesus were to come, would anyone notice?
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Re: Campground Ramblings

Postby silentreader » Tue Aug 22, 2017 4:51 pm

MaxPC wrote:The last of the Eclipse campers pulled out this morning. The campground is quiet again. The campers were well behaved: it's just with that many in close proximity, even congenial conversations create their own hum.

We spent the previous night and the day with family. Didn't want to chance the traffic which was at a standstill: good decision. We viewed the eclipse with the cardboard and pinhole and talked about the science of the eclipse with the grands.

Our cousin made the observation that if Jesus were to come, would anyone notice?


Oh yes!
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Re: Campground Ramblings

Postby gcdonner » Tue Aug 22, 2017 9:16 pm

silentreader wrote:
MaxPC wrote:The last of the Eclipse campers pulled out this morning. The campground is quiet again. The campers were well behaved: it's just with that many in close proximity, even congenial conversations create their own hum.

We spent the previous night and the day with family. Didn't want to chance the traffic which was at a standstill: good decision. We viewed the eclipse with the cardboard and pinhole and talked about the science of the eclipse with the grands.

Our cousin made the observation that if Jesus were to come, would anyone notice?


Oh yes!

It seems that the church hasn't for the most part, of course they were hidden away in the wilderness of Pella... The Jews sure did as did the Romans...
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Re: Campground Ramblings

Postby temporal1 » Tue Aug 22, 2017 9:16 pm

silentreader wrote:
MaxPC wrote:The last of the Eclipse campers pulled out this morning. The campground is quiet again. The campers were well behaved: it's just with that many in close proximity, even congenial conversations create their own hum.

We spent the previous night and the day with family. Didn't want to chance the traffic which was at a standstill: good decision. We viewed the eclipse with the cardboard and pinhole and talked about the science of the eclipse with the grands.

Our cousin made the observation that if Jesus were to come, would anyone notice?
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.. if young Mary were to be visited by God today, she would be counseled to abort without speaking to anyone, and, her secret abortion would be provided by strangers, paid by the state.
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Re: Campground Ramblings

Postby gcdonner » Tue Aug 22, 2017 9:17 pm

MaxPC wrote:The last of the Eclipse campers pulled out this morning. The campground is quiet again. The campers were well behaved: it's just with that many in close proximity, even congenial conversations create their own hum.

We spent the previous night and the day with family. Didn't want to chance the traffic which was at a standstill: good decision. We viewed the eclipse with the cardboard and pinhole and talked about the science of the eclipse with the grands.

Our cousin made the observation that if Jesus were to come, would anyone notice?

Sorry you all are still missing it/him!
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