I thought the Sheriff had fixed his tin cans so that we could leave feed back. I visited Sherwood Forest to chime in on the topic of the day and low and behold, my comment was no longer there.
Now I appreciate good wit and satire whether I totally agree or not. I am not sure if I totally agree with the Sheriff but he presents his case in a cogent, humorous way. He entertains me. So….where is this going?
I think I shall just put on my monk costume, shave out a bald spot on top of my head, grab myself a few skins of meade and join in the games. Just call me, Frairess Moon-Tuck for my part. There is no reason our readers can’t read there and write here. How creative, a remote blog? Nahh….a virtual blog? At any rate, the owl will assist with message delivery. How to pull this off without getting shot with arrows by Robin Hood and his merry men?
Great National Parks theme will be here for the next few Open threads. This one should make the Twilight fans happy–2nd Beach, near La Push Washington. La Push is home to the Quileute tribe and is part of Olympic National Park. Think Team Jacob/Werewolves.
Olympic National Park is totally neat and covers the northwest corner of the United States. It truly is mountains to the sea in a very short distance. The pinnacle of the park is Hurricane Ridge. The drive up there from Port Angeles is not for sissies. There are definitely some white knuckle heights and turns. From there you can see across the Strait of Juan de Fuca over onto Vancouver Island.
ONP includes ocean, temperate rain forests and several native tribes. Both the Ho andn Quinault Rainforests are there. The each get from 10 to 15 feet of rain per year.
Olympic National Park is a great vacation spot, especially if you take in the old lodges like Crescent Lake Lodge and Quinault Lodge which I highly recommend. Be sure and have some razor clams while you are there.
President Obama’s birth certificate continues to make headlines in ways he doesn’t want.
The latest: Arizona’s top elections official is trying to explain why he’s seeking to verify the document before placing Obama on the November ballot.
Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett, a Republican exploring a 2014 race for governor, issued a statement insisting he is not a “birther,” the word he and others use for those who believe Obama was not born in the United States and is not legitimately president.
Bennett told a radio interviewer yesterday it was “possible” he would keep Obama off the ballot if the issue isn’t resolved.
Apparently Hawaii doesn’t release a birth certificate without a strong need to know. What is it about Arizona? Is it the water? The over-all educational level? Too close to Area 51? (Area 51 is in Nevada for Pete’s sake!) Is there any way we can just insist that Arizona secede and go on off about their own business? Maybe we could just give the Grand Canyon to Utah before they go.