Appearance: The new look is sleeker and more athletic. The Highlander gains a more macho black slatted trapezoidal grille similar to the Tundra pickup’s. The grille is trimmed with chrome, and a horizontal bar extends out on each side of the Toyota badge into the slender upswept headlights.
Seiders was driving north on Route 61 when his car ran off the road, hit several guideposts and spun off the highway. The rear end of the auto hit a tree, police said. Her car was hit by a Pennsylvania Power Light vehicle being driven south on Ott Street by Eugene Snyder, 56, of 1817 Robin Way, Bethlehem, police said.
Another transplanted New Yorker, Olga Gilling, brought her native Jamaican fare to Newport News at the beginning of fall. On the menu at Gilling’s Caribbean are the island’s staple dishes of curried goat and chicken, jerk chicken, beef patties, peas and rice, fried plantains and sweet potato pudding. To go along with the fare are several popular West Indian sodas..
All of the nest boxes have been relocated and raised, as shown above there are now boxes on both walls instead of just along the one. The two blue ones are new, I hoping that their deep dark interiors will be less inviting to Nosy Nora looking for a snack. One of my White Cochin were caught pecking at golf balls in one of the relocated nests, she is now in isolation over in the Juvenile Pen.
Geisel was the second of three children, one of whom died young. His mother, Nettie, chanted the children to sleep with German and English poems. Geisel credited her for his own love of poetry. And he fantastic. He has great timing, very comedic timing. The clips and listen to the interview as Fallon impersonates Obama, Morrison and many more.
Frazier is recovering from a concussion he got during spring training. The Georgia native was taken by the Cleveland Indians with the fifth overall pick in the 2013 MLB draft. Frazier was traded to the Yankees as part of a deal that sent relief pitcher Andrew Miller to the Indians in 2016.
The Wabash Erie Canal in DelphiVisitors interested in the history of the Wabash Erie canal or of an 1800’s town can learn a great deal with a visit to the Wabash and Erie Canal Conference Interpretive Center. It hosts a large number of exhibits that give a detailed history of the canal, it’s construction and operation, as well as a taste of life in Delphi during this time period. At one time Delphi had been home to paper mills, limestone quarries, tanneries, wagon works, furniture factories, a flax mill, and more..