Occasionally, I run across a vintage film or picture that is not about Alabama, but is just too good not to share. This is one.
I guess you could call this a drone from the past. Here is an amazing view of Paris from above that I ran across and thought I’d share. Dirigibles were very popular in the 1930s until their decline was accelerated by a series of high-profile accidents, including the 1930 crash and burning of British R101 in France, the 1933 and 1935 storm-related crashes of the twin airborne aircraft carrier U.S. Navy helium-filled rigids, the USS Akronand USS Macon respectively, and the 1937 burning of the hydrogen-filled Hindenburg.
Ribbon of Love: A Novel of Colonial America (Tapestry of Love) (Volume 1) New 2nd edition – re-edited and revised in 2016
REVIEW FROM READER:
Ribbon of Love is a wonderful love story of Henry and Mary living and struggling to succeed as one of the first families in the colony of Virginia in the 1600s. In addition to the love story, the descriptions of the clothing, home furnishings, personalities, family life, church and community are most intriguing. The exhilarating action and subplots keep the reader in constant anticipation. It is almost impossible to put the book down until completion. Dr. Don P. Brandon,Retired Professor, Anderson University, Anderson, Indiana