I am still reading the dolphin book, though yesterday I found the Internet site they suggested and watched about six short movies showing dolphins blowing bubbles and swimming through them, getting rings and balls by pushing buttons to ask for them, etc. Here`s the URL in case anybody`s interested!
I am a letter writer, snailmail addict. I send therefore I receive. I also manage a letter writing/correspondence forum called A World of Snail Mail and have a blog (link is in my profile). I sometimes post pictures on Instagram (username morgaine_does_snail_mail) Stamp themes - science, nature, postal history, maps, nice stamps.
I saw this in the library today on the new books shelf and almost checked it out to read...the problem is I had just brought back 5 books that I never got to or started and decided to wait on. I have a bad habit of getting too many books out at a time...
Anyway, this looks really interesting and I immediately thought of you, CanStamp.
No longer in denial! I collect all of it...the whole world! Just printing and mounting as I go! Call me crazy.
I think even I would find that warbirds book interesting and I can`t say that it would be within my normal reading interests. But the writers who dig that kind of information up would find all kinds of fascinating stuff about the planes, their pilots and other people on board, the war circumstances that brought them down, and the stories of where and how they were found!
Collecting Australia, New Zealand, Channel Islands, Canada, U.S., St-Pierre et Miquelon, Faroe Islands Topical - Seahorses, Paleophilately, Machins (limited), kingfishers, trees, horoscope & zodiac, O`Higgins (Chile), Lake Baikal.
Post by michaelcayley on Jun 23, 2015 10:52:07 GMT -5
Reading a very good biography of Napoleon by Andrew Roberts. Long but readable. So far, a balanced account, recognising both his weaknesses and his strengths in military and political affairs. Whatever one may think of Napoleon as a ruler, he transformed much of Europe and his agreement of the Louisiana purchase transformed the USA.
Michael, currently majoring on worldwide to 1930 and British Commonwealth from Queen Victoria to King George VI.
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