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Green Herons and Their Groovy Necks

November 22, 2008 No Comments

Green Herons and Their Groovy Necks Ever notice a green heron in your presence? They are found over much of the North American continent. Go near a creek, pond, lake, or estuary, and you have likely see the enigmatic little avians. They make a "chook!" sound that will certainly grab your attention. Today's Fa... continue reading...

The Owl Pages

September 23, 2008 1 Comment

The Owl Pages They're mysterious, they're beautiful, they strike terror in the hearts of rodents everywhere. Owls are nocturnal creatures who make their presence known by calling during the night an doing their best to rid the world of rats and mice. A pair of barn owls nesting in a box in your yard is as des... continue reading...

Nasca Lines

July 14, 2008 No Comments

Nasca Lines The Nasca (aka Nazca) Lines are one of archaeology's most familiar finds. Ironically, they had to lie exposed for all the world to see for thousands of years. Yet, it was ani airplane flight that took place in 1939 that finally revealed their presence to the modern world! By then, the Pan-America ... continue reading...

American Museum of Fly Fishing

June 18, 2006 2 Comments

American Museum of Fly Fishing Man has fished since earliest antiquity. And while all forms of sport fishing are beautiful in their own right, none is as elegant, challenging, and artistic as fly fishing. Today's FamilyFirst pick is the online presence of the American Museum of Fly Fishing, located in Manches... continue reading...

Here Lies ZoZa.com

March 22, 2006 No Comments

Here Lies ZoZa.com Ah, the high-flying dot-com days. Who can forget them? Those high-rolling years from about 1997 through 2001 were a time of hysterical money spending as company after company grabbed up domains and set up websites. Then came the crash. Today's FamilyFirst site is a bittersweet account of on... continue reading...

Computer Museum

September 19, 2005 No Comments

Computer Museum Hi, all! It�s ME, the Bald Guy! I�m back doing the FamilyFirst gig! Rich Cunningham, the Professor Emeritus of this website, has decided to move on to other things. The VERY BEST wishes to Rich, who�s been associated with WorldVillage and the Mayor for as long as I have. Anyhoo, it�s... continue reading...

The Biography Channel.com

September 9, 2005 12 Comments

The Biography Channel.com One of the most fascinating types of books to read is biography. They also make interesting films to watch. Learning about how famous (and infamous) people have lived their lives, and how they achieved their fame and notoriety are often learning experiences. Today's Family First Sit... continue reading...

Help Your Community.org

July 23, 2005 17 Comments

Help Your Community.org One of the most difficult tasks facing children growing up today is the use of drugs. The peer pressure that is exerted on them is tremendous, and all too often it leads them down paths that do nothing but devastate their lives, and their families. Today's Family First Site is about a... continue reading...

Papa Doo Run Run

May 15, 2005 No Comments

Papa Doo Run Run It has been a couple of years since we last checked in with the subjects of today's Family First Site, so I thought since summer is truly a state of mind (and after the winter we've had, who can wait!), a visit with one of the premier fun in the sun groups would be a great way to spend som... continue reading...

Giving Help Giving Hope

March 28, 2005 2 Comments

Giving Help Giving Hope Getting sick is something that we all face everyday. I am battling a cold that has been hanging on for a week. But sometimes there are family members or friends that have serious life threatening illnesses. Dealing with those can be very challenging and trying. But the Internet is p... continue reading...

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