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2011 

Rare Birds in Colonial Williamsburg In the 18 century, there were billions of passenger pigeons in North America and those in the north migrated to Virginia and North Carolina for the winter. Squab was one of the favorite meals in Colonial Williamsburg. Doves and pigeons were delicious and young ...
12/02/2011
Colonial Williamsburg Holiday Decorations Dolores and I always enjoy visits to Colonial Williamsburg.  The Thanksgiving and Christmas season is a wonderful time to visit and enjoy the holiday decorations.  All of the wreaths are made of natural materials and they follow traditional themes for the...
12/01/2011
Holiday Safety Tips Notice From Kentlands  Neighborhood Watch James Hubbard jhubb00@verizon.net Montgomery County, Maryland Police Offer Holiday Season Safety Tips As the holiday season approaches, and in light of the three recent kidnapping and robbery incidents at the Westfield Wheaton shopping...
12/01/2011
Father and Baby Pigeons in Colonial Williamsburg Dolores and I spent the Thanksgiving holiday in Colonial Williamsburg.  One of the special exhibits was the Powell House and grounds.  The pigeon keeper introduced us to the largest pigeons we have ever seen.  They are eating size pigeons, as the e...
11/30/2011
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