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I love the three (plus lone star) flag display. The first one reminds me of Great grandma’s place. Just to take a moment on her porch under the flag! The second reminds me of a kind of sterile middle class (state, nation, etc). With the third, it’s not the flag at all… That stairway is inviting me to climb it & overshadows all flags! I feel like ascending, gingerly, just to peak at the old mansion above. Somehow I fell I know #2449.Yes there are two paths you can go bybut in the long runThere's still time to change the road you're onYour head is humming and it won't go because you don't knowThe piper's calling you to join himDear lady can't you hear the wind blow and did you knowYour stairway lies on the whispering windAnd as we wind on down the roadOur shadows taller than our soulsThere walks a lady we all knowWho shines white light and wants to showHow everything still turns to goldAnd if you listen very hardThe tune will come to you at lastWhen all are one and one is allTo be a rock and not to rollWoe oh oh oh oh ohAnd she's buying a stairway to heavenenjoy, ron
Good morning Ron,The lone star flag indicates that the family has one son in the military. The house belongs to Joe and Nancy whose son is in the airforce. greetings, csb
You've got some great photos here, Clay.
Hello T.B.,Thanks for stopping in. This blogging business beats the heck out slide projectors. I can remember working with my late colleague and friend from the early 70's Dave Hastings putting together multi-media presentations with several Kodak projectors (industrial grade, professional gear) and some fairly primitive reel to reel tape decks and rock amps. The big nightmare was the projectors, which were expensive equipment but very prone to jamming. I can remember Hastings flying off the handle when during a dry run one of these things would hang up on a slide. I was thinking about this last night while trying to upload photos to blogger and it would time out and fail about 50% of time. The servers are not up to dealing with the explosion in blogging. Also I noticed the Evangelical TC list was down for some time and when it came back the links were corrupted, comments attached to the wrong post and so forth. Looks like it is now back to normal.Even with these sort of problems, blogging is a good way to get your stuff out where people can see it.greetings, csb
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