Two to Tangle

Two fishermen went out to fish their favorite river on a lovely spring day. After fishing for a few hours, neither was having much luck. Suddenly, the largest fish either of them had ever seen in the river jumped right in front of them. They immediately started arguing about who should get to cast in that area of the river. Not coming to an agreement, both of them cast at [ . . . ]

Manatees at Blue Spring State Park

In winter (November – February) you can get up early, drive to Blue Spring State Park, and see lots of manatees! It’s a great trip with many opportunities for photos. The manatees winter in Florida along the St. John’s River. Since the spring enjoys a constant temperature of around 72° the manatees relax there until the river warms up. They swim into the river to eat and come back to the [ . . . ]

Eliza Lydia Caplinger and Family

Here are some photos of Eliza Lydia Caplinger and some of our common family members. Eliza was the paternal grandmother of Fay Caplinger Corporon and her siblings. Pictured are: Eliza Lydia Caplinger, c. 1890 Eliza, c. 1921 Samuel Edwin Caplinger and Eliza Lydia, c. 1940 Samuel, Eliza, Agnes Hamilton Caplinger, Lance Caplinger, c. 1940 Eliza, Samuel, Elizabeth Caplinger Field, Robin Field, c. 1940


In the great desert lived a band of nomads. Their leader, Benny, had risen to his rank due to his magnificent beard. His people believed a man’s strength and courage came from his beard, and thus the man with the biggest beard was their chief. After leading the band for many years, Benny began to feel uncomfortable wearing the beard, in this hot and dusty land. He wanted to shave [ . . . ]

This Is Only a Test

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Interesting Hurricane Andrew Fact

Anyone who experienced Hurricane Andrew firsthand will never forget it. This year (two days from now) is the 19th anniversary of one of the three most powerful hurricanes of the 20th century to hit North America. In all my travels through the internet searching for information about Hurricane Andrew, I’ve never seen the actual path of the storm indicated as I have today, August 22, 2011. One of the things I remember about my [ . . . ]