Wednesday, I pedaled 23.7 miles on my Schwinn 170. This morning I cycled 24.0 miles. Totals are now 37,329.2 miles; 60,075.6 kilometers.
I have plotted a new path and goal destination, Ascraeus Mons. I am now located at 56.97%.
Only 872.4 miles remaining in Jim’s Trek.
Just read an advertisement regarding a cutting board. It states that it serves 2 - 4 people. Can someone please explain the specifications behind that description?
Jim’s Gotta Eat – https://jimsgottaeat.blogspot.com/
Wednesday supper was a success, Marinated Tenderloin Steak with Mushrooms, Green Beans and Olives, and Hasselback Potato and a Green and Sweet Onion Side Salad.
And last night - Jimmy Dean Breakfast Sausage Chili.
Quilting – https://quiltsb.blogspot.com/
Our Cranes Quilts Update -
The 39th quilt of our Cranes Spectrum is now complete. We begin the transfer of the design and quilting of # 40.40 today.
Anticipation is rising.
And there are a couple more tasks at hand.
- Design and construct the final Crane Quilt of our Hope Project.
- Add hanging sleeves to all Cranes Quilts
- Create Labels for each quilt.
- Construct hanging rods for each.
- Tally the number of Cranes that have been constructed.
- Set shade sequence for each of the 40 quilts in the Cranes Spectrum.
- Write notes to be included in our Hope Project presentation.
- Confirm dates and times of Clearwater showing at the Octagon Arts Center.
- Try to remember what else we have to do.
And answer questions about our Hope - Cranes Quilts - Project.
Follow our updates, progress and history at our Quilts SB Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/QuiltsbySB/
Our Hope - Cranes Quilts - Project will premiere in January in Clearwater. Stay-tuned for up-dates.
Check out our initial notes at Quilts SB - http://quiltsb.blogspot.com/2018/04/origami-cranes-our-obsession.html
Andy and I have booked 4 Shows of our Quilts for the first part of 2019.
Octagon Arts Center, Clearwater Jan-Feb = Hope (Cranes Quilts) Project https://www.artstampabay.com/organization/octagon-arts-center/
Charles J. Fendig Library, Tampa Feb-Mar = JSAB Art Pieces (tbd) https://www.hcplc.org/locations/charles-j-fendig
Carrollwood Cultural Center, Tampa Mar-Apr = Hope (Cranes Quilts) Project http://www.carrollwoodcenter.org/
Mirella Cimato Gallery, St. Petersburg May-Jun = JSAB Art Pieces (tbd)
Genealogy – https://agenealogyhunt.blogspot.com/
One of these 12 is your GGG-Grandmother Catherine (née Ganzer) Brunhammer. She was married to your GGG-Grandfather Joseph Brunhammer.
I have updated My Heritage and Ancestry with the information. You can see these ancestors at the Brunhammer Family and the Brunhammer Doherty Family Trees, respectively.
Your GGGG-Grandfather Johann (Jean) Ganzer was born sometime around the 1760s. I haven't discovered whether he is also from Dornach in Alsace as were all his 12 children.
Good Reading –
From PCWorld “Family Tree DNA review: Unique genealogical collaboration, but an outdated interface”, Dieter Holger, Dec. 14, 2018.
"That said, Family Tree DNA has some intriguing features you won’t find elsewhere. It takes a collaborative approach by letting you share your genealogical and genetic info with a project, where you can help uncover the shared lineage of families. It can also test up to three different parts of your DNA, depending on which versions of the test you pay for."
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