Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Contest results

Tonight I announce the results of the "name the pictures" contest from a few days ago. Scroll down my blog to have a look at the two pictures, if you are unfamiliar with this contest. My parents correctly identified the Eiffel Tower in Paris as the first picture. The second picture was taken in England, but they could not narrow it down more than that. Likewise, my granddaughter recognized the Eiffel Tower in the first picture, and she said England was the locale of the second.

The second picture is of the roman bath in the city of Bath, England.

Thanks to all who participated. Another name the picture will be coming soon. By the way, I was the photographer for both of those pictures.

Last night I typed a reply to Galen's blog, but for some reason when I went to save it, it disappeared. Oh, well, I will just send him an e-mail.

The web site "" where I record the books I read was down when I tried to log on just a few minutes ago. I will try again later. I finished reading Atheism: A Very Short Introduction by Julian Baggini last night. It was a free download from Kindle. There is a whole series in the "Very Short Introduction" books available to Kindle readers. There are 100 books in the series, from Classics (1) to Evolution (100).

This morning we returned to the fitness center where I got in my morning two-mile walk. Next we went by the pharmacy to pick up a prescription, and then it was to the day old bread store for some buns.

I received an e-mail from Larry Roth (new Sec./Treas.) that he had opened up a new P.O. Box for HAT in Tulsa, not far from where Randy lives. I will soon go close the box we have used the last several years.

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