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          Presidents of War (Michael Beschloss)      Cache   Translate Page      
In case you forgot your Constitutional history, the power to officially declare war resides within Congress. In Presidents of War, author Michael Beschloss has chronicled the history of war and the US Presidency. This book focuses on the increasing source of power within the Presidency to execute war (or actions of war) while Congress has steadily become less and less engaged over the course of American history.

Beschloss starts with the Chesapeake-Leopard Affair, which occurred in 1807, and featured Thomas Jefferson’s reaction as a precursor to the first declared war since independence in the War of 1812. The two events set the stage for a gradual evolution in the power of the Presidency from merely executing war upon approval of Congress to actively engaging in it as we did in Vietnam, even without the official declaration. All throughout the book, the reader will see the evolution of power...and the conniving, scheming and occasional dishonesty and civil liberties infringements that went along for the ride. Beschloss relates that one can appreciate the thought that if the Founding Fathers were to appear today they’d be surprised at how far the Presidency has come in its scope of power.

This is a very sound, well-researched book that shows the story of leadership and human nature through the eyes of several Presidents and their supporting cast. It is essential reading, regardless of which party or whoever is in the office.


          Trump seeks cuts for cleanup of Great Lakes, other waterways      Cache   Translate Page      

President Donald Trump is making another attempt to slash federal funding that goes toward cleaning up major U.S. waterways including the Great Lakes and Chesapeake Bay, even though Congress has thwarted his previous attempts, according to budget documents released Monday.

Trump's 2020 spending...

          Captain Boyle and the Comet arrive at Beaufort, North Carolina      Cache   Translate Page      
On March 19, 1814, Captain Thomas Boyle and the Comet arrived at Beaufort, North Carolina where he ended his third and final cruise as the ship’s commander. Excerpts from Boyle’s log were published in the Baltimore Patriot where he gave an account detailing their voyage from their escape from the Chesapeake Bay in October to the ship’s … Continue reading Captain Boyle and the Comet arrive at Beaufort, North Carolina
          Earl Swift Event with West End Branch Library      Cache   Translate Page      
Join us at the West End Branch Library (5420 Patterson Avenue) to hear Earl Swift read selections from his latest work "Chesapeake Requiem: A Year with the Watermen of Vanishing Tangier Island." Starts at 6:30.
          Crazy on You by Crystal B. Bright Book Tour & Giveaway       Cache   Translate Page      

Crazy on You
A Love and Harmony Romance #3
by Crystal B. Bright

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Pub Date: 2/12/2018

Worse than a one-hit wonder, Tassia Hogan is a one-line wonder. Infamous for a memorable, extremely provocative verse, her music career is going nowhere. Finding a decent man to date has also proven fruitless . . . they all think she’s as wanton as those lyrics. But now her label is offering Tassia the chance to shine—with a catch. The album is duets. Her partner is a Country Western singer. And he’s just as reluctant to agree as she is.
Hyde Love has been in the music business since he was eleven, and he’s becoming more and more disenchanted with it. Collaborating on an album seems great in theory, but Tassia is an R&B singer. Melding their sounds and personalities will be difficult—though not as tough as keeping things strictly business. Getting involved with his partner could prove career-wrecking, yet discovering the real Tassia could be earth-shattering.

Love Like Crazy
A Love and Harmony Romance #2

A chance to shine . . .

The closest Avery Shields expects to get to the music industry is her janitor position at Charisma recording studio, and singing secretly in her local karaoke bar. Working two jobs and studying full-time, she’s doing all she can to earn her parents’ trust after making mistakes in high school. But now a gorgeous stranger is filling her head with dreams of singing professionally—and filling her nights with desire…

Lazarus Kyson’s A&R career took a hit after he was wrongfully accused of harassment. To restore his reputation, he needs to discover a new talent. And when he least expects it, there she is: singing while she cleans the Charisma offices. As stubborn as she is talented, she refuses to audition. If he wants Avery—her voice and her heart—he’ll have to open himself up for the first time for a love too crazy good to let go . . .

Crazy in Love
A Love and Harmony Romance #1

Back on top . . .

R&B singer Chantel Evans had it all, until the Princess of Love Ballads lost everything. First, a very public betrayal by her lover and the death of her mother lead to a career-ending mental breakdown. Then, at the same time, her attorney makes off with allher hard-earned fortune. The only chance she has of resurrecting her career is in the recording studio her mother left in her name . . .

When struggling country star Truman Woodley has his recording duet with a sultry young singer fall flat at Chantel’s studio, Chantel is faced with a rare second chance—until Truman’s vindictive ex-girlfriend turns the pair’s sparkling debut into grounds for a custody battle over their son. But Chantel has discovered more than sweet vocal harmony with Truman. She’s found something worth fighting for. And when Truman surprises her with a kiss after a live television performance, the whole world will find out just what it takes to be crazy in love . . .

Crystal Bright graduated with a B.A. from Old Dominion University with a major in Creative Writing, a minor in Communications, and an emphasis on Public Relations. She earned her M.A. from Seton Hill University in Writing Popular Fiction. She is a member of Romance Writers of America and Chesapeake Romance Writers.

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          CHESAPEAKE BAY: Bills would boost funding for program Trump wants to kill      Cache   Translate Page      
New bills in the House and Senate would authorize more than $450 million over the next five years to help the Chesapeake Bay.
          No. 13 Iowa State falls in Big 12 title game to No. 1 Baylor      Cache   Translate Page      
OKLAHOMA CITY – No. 13 Iowa State (25-8) made a valiant effort against No. 1 Baylor (31-1), but the Lady Bears were able to pull away in the fourth quarter to claim the title at the 2019 Phillips 66 Big 12 Women’s Basketball Championship 67-49 on Monday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena. The loss snapped […]
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MD-Chesapeake Beach, 📱Text Message Marketing is Exploding! START GETTING PAID COMMISSIONS WITHIN A WEEK OF APPLYING! Free Online Mobile Marketing Certification Training, Social community support along with Manager/Mentor For Success Contact Kenneth Kelley, National Sales Manager with Sentext Solutions, at 717-554-3122 to learn more. There are currently over 290 Million mobile phone users in the United States alone. W
          Bartender/Server P/T - Holiday Inn & Suites - Holiday Inn and Suites - Charleston, WV - Charleston, WV      Cache   Translate Page      
Perform cashier duties following both Chesapeake's and Hilton standards, while ensuring quality service and guest satisfaction....
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          Wear Nothing But A Smile: Prominent Nude Activist Turner V. Stokes Dies At 90      Cache   Translate Page      
Turner V. Stokes' favorite outfit was when he was wearing — as he liked to say — nothing but a smile. The 90-year-old leader of various nudist organizations died Saturday from prostate cancer in Nanjemoy, Md. Born in Washington, D.C., in 1927, Stokes enlisted in the Navy in 1945 and later worked for military contractors testing electronic equipment. He told the Washington Post's Lee Hockstader in 1984 that when he was younger, he sometimes went skinny-dipping with his cousin in the Chesapeake Bay and remembered as a teenager seeing his first nudist magazine, called Sunshine and Health. But it wasn't until he turned 50 that he persuaded his wife at the time to join him at a nudist camp in Pennsylvania. The Post reports that he said he was drawn to nudism for its "physical feeling," which he felt was "mentally stimulating" and gave a "feeling of freedom." In the 1980s, Stokes fancied himself a "naturist," which, he explained to the Post, was different from a "nudist." Naturists preferred
          Technician - MasTec Advanced Technologies - Virginia Beach, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Technician 24828 Regular Full-time VA-Virginia Beach VA-Chesapeake, VA-Virginia Beach We’re MasTec Advanced Technologies and we’re looking for Installation Te...
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          Reserve today!  5-Course Wine Dinner- Monday, April 1, 2019      Cache   Translate Page      

Our last wine dinner before the season will be enjoyed on Monday, April 1, 2019! Reservations are for 6:30 PM and space is limited so act fast. You can reserve your seat by giving us a ring at 252.261.BLUE. 5 delicious courses with everything from Chesapeake Bay Rockfish to handmade ravioli. What’s not to love?! ...

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          MAY THE 4TH BUILD WITH YOU      Cache   Translate Page      
Chesapeake Lighthouse Foundation is calling all Inventors, Craftmen, and Tech Enthusiasts to participate in the annual STEAM Maker Fest to be held on May 4, 2019. Where: Chesapeake Science Point 7321 Parkway Drive South, Hanover MD 21076 When: 10 am – 2 pm   Students are encouraged to enter their Maker project for participation. Chesapeake…
          How Many Pilgrims Came to America on Mayflower?       Cache   Translate Page      
The Thanksgiving Holidays are coming soon, and thoughts of the Americans are coming back through the Ages to the historical background. We all know that the Pilgrims came to this country on the ship, and this ship is Mayflower. Well, the question is if all the passengers on this historical voyage were Pilgrims, and how many of them were coming to step on the unknown continent. I did not know the answer. Do you?

In September 1620, a merchant ship called the Mayflower set sail from Plymouth, a port on the southern coast of England. Typically, the Mayflower’s cargo was wine and dry goods, but on this trip the ship carried passengers: 102 of them, all hoping to start a new life on the other side of the Atlantic. Nearly 40 of these passengers were Protestant Separatists–they called themselves “Saints”–who hoped to establish a new church in the New World. Today, we often refer to the colonists who crossed the Atlantic on the Mayflower as “Pilgrims.”

Pilgrims Before the Mayflower

In 1608, a congregation of disgruntled English Protestants from the village of Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, left England and moved to Leyden, a town in Holland. These “Separatists” did not want to pledge allegiance to the Church of England, which they believed was nearly as corrupt and idolatrous as the Catholic Church it had replaced, any longer. (They were not the same as the Puritans, who had many of the same objections to the English church but wanted to reform it from within.) The Separatists hoped that in Holland, they would be free to worship as they liked.

In fact, the Separatists (they called themselves “Saints”) did find religious freedom in Holland, but they also found a secular life that was more difficult to navigate than they’d anticipated. For one thing, Dutch craft guilds excluded the migrants, so they were relegated to menial, low-paying jobs. Even worse was Holland’s easygoing, cosmopolitan atmosphere, which proved alarmingly seductive to some of the Saints’ children. (These young people were “drawn away,” Separatist leader William Bradford wrote, “by evill [sic] example into extravagance and dangerous courses.”) For the strict, devout Separatists, this was the last straw. They decided to move again, this time to a place without government interference or worldly distraction: the “New World” across the Atlantic Ocean.

The Mayflower

First, the Separatists returned to London to get organized. A prominent merchant agreed to advance the money for their journey. The Virginia Company gave them permission to establish a settlement, or “plantation,” on the East Coast between 38 and 41 degrees’ north latitude (roughly between the Chesapeake Bay and the mouth of the Hudson River). And the King of England gave them permission to leave the Church of England, “provided they carried themselves peaceably.”

In August 1620, a group of about 40 Saints joined a much larger group of (comparatively) secular colonists– “Strangers,” to the Saints–and set sail from England on two merchant ships: The Mayflower and the Speedwell. The Speedwell began to leak almost immediately, however, and the ships headed back to port. The travelers squeezed themselves and their belongings onto the Mayflower and set sail once again.

Because of the delay caused by the leaky Speedwell, the Mayflower had to cross the Atlantic at the height of storm season. As a result, the journey was horribly unpleasant. Many of the passengers were so seasick they could scarcely get up, and the waves were so rough that one “Stranger” was swept overboard and drowned.

The Mayflower Compact

After two miserable months at sea, the ship finally reached the New World. There, the Mayflower’s passengers found an abandoned Indian village and not much else. They also found that they were in the wrong place: Cape Cod was located at 42 degrees’ north latitude, well north of the Virginia Company’s territory. Technically, the Mayflower colonists had no right to be there at all. In order to establish themselves as a legitimate colony (“Plymouth,” named after the English port from which they had departed) under these dubious circumstances, 41 of the Saints and Strangers drafted and signed a document they called the Mayflower Compact. This Compact promised to create a “civil Body Politick” governed by elected officials and “just and equal laws.” It also swore allegiance to the English king.

Plymouth Colony and The First Thanksgiving

The colonists spent the first winter, which only 53 passengers and half the crew survived, living onboard the Mayflower. (The Mayflower sailed back to England in April 1621.) Once they moved ashore, the colonists faced even more challenges. During their first winter in America, more than half of the Plymouth colonists died from malnutrition, disease and exposure to the harsh New England weather. In fact, without the help of the area’s native people, it is likely that none of the colonists would have survived. An English-speaking Pawtuxet named Samoset helped the colonists form an alliance with the local Wampanoags, who taught them how to hunt local animals, gather shellfish and grow corn, beans and squash. At the end of the next summer, the Plymouth colonists celebrated their first successful harvest with a three-day festival of thanksgiving.

Eventually, the Plymouth colonists were absorbed into the Puritan Massachusetts Bay Colony. Still, the Mayflower Saints and their descendants remained convinced that they alone had been specially chosen by God to act as a beacon for Christians around the world. “As one small candle may light a thousand,” Bradford wrote, “so the light here kindled hath shone to many, yea in some sort to our whole nation.”

Who Came with Mayflower?

Detailed below is a list of the passengers on board the Mayflower during its trans-Atlantic voyage of September 6 - November 9, 1620, the majority of them becoming the settlers of Plymouth Colony in what is now Massachusetts. Of the passengers, 37 were members of the separatist Leiden congregation seeking freedom of worship in the New World.

The Mayflower launched with 102 passengers, as well as at least two dogs. One baby was born during the trip and named Oceanus Hopkins. Another, Peregrine (meaning "wanderer") White, was born on the Mayflower in America on November 20, before the settlement at Plymouth. About half of these emigrants List of Mayflower passengers who died in the winter of 1620 - 1621|died in the first winter. Many Americans can trace their ancestry back to one or more of these individuals who, 'Saints' and 'Strangers' together, would become known as the Pilgrim Fathers|Pilgrims.

The names of those which came over first, in the year 1620, and were by the blessing of God the first beginners and in a sort the foundation of all the Plantations and Colonies in New England; and their families.

Mr. John Carver, Katherine his wife, Desire Minter, and two manservants, John Howland, Roger Wilder. William Latham, a boy, and a maidservant and a child that was put to him called Jasper More.

Mr. William Brewster, Mary, his wife, with two sons, whose names were Love and Wrestling. And a boy was put to him called Richard More, and another of his brothers. The rest of his children were left behind and came over afterwards.

Mr. Edward Winslow, Elizabeth his wife and two menservants called George Soule and Elias Story; also a little girl was put to him called Ellen, the sister of Richard More.

William Bradford and Dorothy his wife, having but one child, a son left behind who came afterward.

Mr. Isaac Allerton and Mary his wife, with three children, Bartholomew, Remember and Mary. And a servant boy John Hooke.

Mr. Samuel Fuller and a servant called William Button. His wife was behind, and a child which came afterwards.

John Crackston and his son John Crackston.

Captain Myles Standish and Rose his wife.

Mr. Christopher Martin and his wife and two servants, Solomon Prower and John Langmore.

Mr. William Mullins and his wife and two children, Joseph and Priscilla; and a servant, Robert Carter.

Mr. William White and Susanna his wife and one son called Resolved, and one born a-shipboard called Peregrine, and two servants named William Holbeck and Edward Thompson.

Mr. Stephen Hopkins and Elizabeth his wife, and two children called Giles and Constanta, a daughter, both by a former wife. And two more by this wife called Damaris and Oceanus; the last was born at sea. And two servants called Edward Doty and Edward Lester.

Mr. Richard Warren, but his wife and children were left behind and came afterwards.

John Billington and Ellen his wife, and two sons, John and Francis.

Edward Tilley and Ann his wife, and two children that were their cousins, Henry Sampson and Humility Cooper.

John Tilley and his wife, and Elizabeth their daughter.

Francis Cooke and his son John; but his wife and other children came afterwards.

Thomas Rogers and Joseph his son; his other children came afterwards.

Thomas Tinker and his wife and a son.

John Rigsdale and Alice his wife.

James Chilton and his wife, and Mary their daughter; they had another daughter that was married, came afterward.

Edward Fuller and his wife, and Samuel their son.

John Turner and two sons; he had a daughter came some years after to Salem, where she is now living.

Francis Eaton and Sarah his wife, and Samuel their son, a young child.

Moses Fletcher, John Goodman, Thomas Williams, Digory Priest, Edmund Margesson, Peter Browne, Richard Britteridge, Richard Clarke, Richard Gardiner, Gilbert Winslow.

John Alden was hired for a cooper at Southampton where the ship victualed, and being a hopeful young man was much desired but left to his own liking to go or stay when he came here; but he stayed and married here.

John Allerton and Thomas English were both hired, the latter to go master of a shallop here, and the other was reputed as one of the company but was to go back (being a seaman) for the help of others behind. But they both died here before the ship returned.

There were also other two seamen hired to stay a year here in the country, William Trevor, and one Ely. But when their time was out they both returned.

These being about a hundred souls, came over in this first ship and began this work, which God of His goodness hath hitherto blessed. Let His holy name have the praise.

(From William Bradford, Of Plymouth Plantation,1650).

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          Fracking 2.0 Was a Financial Disaster, Will Fracking 3.0 Be Different?      Cache   Translate Page      
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Clippy paperclip art on fracking drill well pad

Two years ago, the U.S. fracking industry was trying to recover from the crash in the price of oil. Shale companies were promoting the idea that fracking was viable even at low oil prices (despite losing money when oil prices were high). At the time, no one was making money fracking with the business-as-usual approach, but then the Wall Street Journal published a story claiming all of this was about to change because the industry had a trump card — and that was technology.

Today, frackers are again relying on technology as a financial savior, but this time, they are looking to Microsoft.

          Filmmaker and Expert on Communist Infiltration -- Trevor Loudon -- Joins STAND as Senior Adviser      Cache   Translate Page      
NEWS PROVIDED BY STAND March 12, 2019 CHESAPEAKE, Va., March 11, 2019 /Standard Newswire/ -- The organization founded by Bishop E.W. Jackson nearly ten years ago continues grow as a force in the conservative movement. He recently appointed Trevor Loudon as Senior Adviser. Trevor is a filmmaker and expert on communist Infiltration into American government, primarily through Democrats and left wing organizations. Source: Bishop E.W. Jackson
          Diesel Technician - Amerit Fleet Solutions - Chesapeake, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
*Diesel Technician: * *Great location!* *Outstanding career opportunity, competitive starting pay rates, and benefits offered!!* Our Chesapeake, VA team is...
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Solomon Parker Chesapeake - Solomon Parker, 86, of Chesapeake, formerly of the Shore, entered into eternal rest on Friday, March 1, 2019 at his...
          GEOSYNTHETICS SUPERINTENDENT - Chesapeake Containment - Meeker, OK      Cache   Translate Page      
Must have a valid, current driver license with a clean driving record. Must take all necessary steps to complete tasks safely and ensure the safety of others in... $70,000 - $85,000 a year
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          Retail Sales Representative (Richmond, VA District)      Cache   Translate Page      
VA-Richmond, Job Location: Richmond, VA Candidates must be willing to relocate anywhere within the Richmond district. Territories in the Richmond district include (but are not limited to): Richmond, VA, Chesapeake, VA, Fredericksburg, VA, Roanoke, VA, Charlottesville, VA, Elizabeth City, NC, Virginia Beach, VA, Beckley, WV, and Lynchburg, VA. Upon hire, this role may be temporarily located in an alternative te
          Budget Proposal Would Decimate Chesapeake Bay Funding      Cache   Translate Page      
Budget Proposal Would Decimate Chesapeake Bay Funding HARRISBURG, Pa. – Clean-water advocates are calling on Congress to reject the Trump administration's proposed 90 percent cut in funding for the Chesapeake Bay program. For the third year in a row, the administration is asking for drastic cuts to the program that supports water-cleanup efforts throughout the Chesapeake Bay's 6,400 square-mile system. ...(Read More)
          Jay Pharoah Net Worth      Cache   Translate Page      

Jared Antonia Farrow was born on 14 October 1987, in Chesapeake, Virginia, USA, and is an actor, rapper, voice actor, impressionist, and stand-up comedian, probably best known for being part of the cast of “Saturday Night Live” since 2010. He is considered the 55th greatest “Saturday Night Live” cast member by Rolling Stone magazine, but …

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          Seafood tracker: New fish and shellfish dishes from chains nationwide      Cache   Translate Page      

In the run-up to Lent, which started Wednesday, many restaurant chains have rolled out seafood items. Some of them are catering to customers who avoid meat on Fridays in the period before Easter. Others, such as TooJay’s Deli, are celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with Irish items like seafood chowder. Farm Burger, a 12-unit chain based in Atlanta, has an entirely different agenda: It’s offering a sandwich made of blue catfish, an invasive species that threatens the waters of the Chesapeake Bay area, to do its part to cut down on the population as well as to raise awareness of the problem.

Take a look at these and other seafood items that are new to restaurant menus.

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          Older trick-or-treaters in Chesapeake to no longer face possible jail time      Cache   Translate Page      
City Council members on Tuesday voted to make some changes to the law. 
          Seminar for Chesapeake seniors to offer resources for saving money, staying healthy      Cache   Translate Page      
Wednesday morning, the Chesapeake Sheriff's Office is giving away tickets to its 31st annual Senior Support Services Seminar, which returns to the Chesapeake Conference Center April 2 & 3.
          Platform Analyst (Chesapeake, VA) - 1010data - Chesapeake, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
An essential tool to more than 850 of the world's top companies including The New York Stock Exchange, Dollar General, P&G, Sam's Club, Nespresso, Barnes &...
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          Event Update For 2019-03-11      Cache   Translate Page 

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

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2019-03-11 - Update on car that burst into flame at 2:30 AM on Suck Creek Road in Chattanooga (Tennessee) - 72-year-old man dead:

Quote: "The victim from a weekend auto fire in Hamilton County has died. It happened on Suck Creek Road right as Highway 27 goes up Suck Creek Mountain around 2:30 AM on Saturday. Police and fire units responded to the vehicle and a porch on fire. 72 year old Robert Davis, who was in the car, suffered burns to 50% of his body."

Note: This car fire, one block from where Suck Creek meets the Tennessee River, was mentioned in the 2019-03-09 update...

2019-03-11 - Woman, 73, ignites while cooking and burns to death at home in Brandon Township (Michigan):

2019-03-11 - Large pile of scrap metal and cars go up in flames at metal recycling center in Blacktown (Australia):

Quote: "FRNSW on scene at scrap metal #fire in Tattersall Rd. Large amount of metal and cars well alight."

2019-03-11 - Climate change making it harder for forests to recover after wildfires:

Quote: "Climate change appears to have changed soil moisture and surface temperatures so much that the forests have passed a threshold where conditions no longer favour new growth after a fire. Unlike mature trees, seedlings’ roots are too shallow to reach water deeper underground. Climate scientists have warned for years of the possibility of such abrupt responses to higher temperatures, such as the rapidly-accelerating loss of ice sheets. 'These dramatic disturbance events, the changes we will see over the landscape won’t be gradual over decades, they will happen very quickly,' says Dobrowski."

Quote: "Meanwhile, more forests look set to burn – a study just last week found that in the future California faces wildfires potentially every year, regardless of rainfall levels."

2019-03-11 - Climate study warns of vanishing safety window:

Note: That ship has sailed, burst into flame and sunk. Also see the ships that sailed, burst into flame and sank on this day...

2019-03-11 - Huge wildfire rages south of Burrum Coast National Park near coastal Woodgate (Australia):

Quote: "As of Monday night the massive fire is burning south through Burrum Coast National Park, north of Noosa in southeast Queensland. Residents from the idyllic seaside town Woodgate have been told to be ready to evacuate as conditions for the blaze worsen."

2019-03-11 - Heatwave bakes Queensland (Australia):

2019-03-11 - Container ship 'Grande America' bursts into flame southwest of coastal Pointe de Penmarc'h (France), crew evacuated, ships capsizes and sinks:

Quote: "Twenty-seven people have been evacuated from a fire-stricken Italy-flagged roll-on/roll-off container (ConRo) vessel in the Bay of Biscay off the French coast, Maritime Prefecture of Atlantic said. The 56,642 gross ton Grande America caught fire some 263 kilometers southwest of the Pointe de Penmarc’h, south Finistère, on March 10, 2019."

Quote: "Starboard list was steadily growing, exact cause yet unknown – salvors were trying to dose fire with a lot of water, but yet, hardly enough to capsize the ship. Most probably, water ingress developed, through burned through platings, or damaged valves."

Quote: "There have been a number of major container fires in the past year, including the 15,262 teu Maersk Honam on 6 March last year, the 7,500 teu Yantian Express on 10 January this year and the 9,200 teu APL Vancouver on 31 January."

2019-03-11 - Work boats, semi tractor, semi trailers and building destroyed by fire at floating dock business in Clark Township (Michigan):

Quote: "Honilla said there were stacks of lumber, wood decking, a semi tractor, trailers, work boats and tools inside the building at the time of the fire."

Note: This is the 390th tractor/tanker/semi to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-03-11 - Fishing ship 'KM Riki Baru' bursts into flame near coastal Peniki Island (Indonesia), 3+ killed:

Quote: "The Search and Rescue Team found three dead bodies on boat. They are still searching for one crew member who is still missing."

2019-03-11 - Fishing ship bursts into flame in coastal Muara Angke (Indonesia):

Note: These are the 234th, 235th, 236th, 237th and 238th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-03-11 - Passenger train generator car bursts into flame near Howrah (India):

2019-03-11 - Crane truck bursts into flame on Mountain Road in Carndonagh (Ireland):

2019-03-11 - Car-hauler bursts into flame on I-68 near Cumberland (Maryland):

2019-03-11 - Car-hauler bursts into flame on the Will Rogers Turnpike near Vinita (Oklahoma):

Quote: "A semi-truck hauling cars caught on fire on westbound Will Rogers Turnpike just west of Vinita."

Note: These are the 13th and 14th car-haulers to burn in 2019...

2019-03-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 80 near I-95 in Pooler (Georgia):

2019-03-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 5:30 AM on I-70 near Posey Township (Indiana):

2019-03-11 - Semi tractor, motorcycle, RV trailer and shop destroyed by fire in Ligonier (Indiana):

Quote: "John Stabler of Ligonier was on the verge of fulfilling a dream to fix up and drive a semi truck. He had it in his grasp until a fire at his home on Monday took it all away. The blaze destroyed a building that was being used as a shop on the property, 11485 C.R. N. 1025 West. Inside, a camper, a motorcycle and a Kenworth truck Stabler recently purchased were also lost, his son Brad Stabler said at the scene."

2019-03-11 - Tractor, trailer and barn destroyed by fire on Seven Mile Lane in East Peckham (Britain):

Quote: "Two fire engines attended and crews extinguished the fire in the barn, as well as a nearby a tractor and trailer alight - all of which were 100% destroyed."

2019-03-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 6:58 AM on the A1 in Baldersby (Britain):

Quote: "A1 Baldersby Time of call 06:58 Ripon and Boroughbridge crews responded to a HGV well alight. The HGV trailer was carrying vinyl flooring. Cause of fire is unknown. Crews were at the scene for over six hours. They extinguished the fire using four hose reels and breathing apparatus and a winch."

Note: These are the 391st, 392nd, 393rd, 394th, 395th, 396th, 397th and 398th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-03-11 - Box truck bursts into flame on US 101 north of Redway (California):

2019-03-11 - Three Boeing service trucks destroyed by fire while parked at business near Lambert Airport in St. Louis (Missouri):

Quote: "Black smoke came pouring from a Boeing parking lot Monday night after a row of service trucks caught on fire. The trucks are owned by a maintenance company that does work for Boeing. The fire started at one of the vehicles and spread to two others."

2019-03-11 - Van and car go up in flames at 6:38 AM while parked on Newlyn Close in coastal Runcorn (Britain):

2019-03-11 - Van bursts into flame on Thomas Street in Congleton (Britain):

2019-03-11 - Van bursts into flame on Parkhouse Lane in Lower Pilsley (Britain):

2019-03-11 - Unmarked police car bursts into flame on US 90 in San Antonio (Texas):

2019-03-11 - Five cars destroyed by fire at 4:30 AM, another damaged, while parked at apartments in North Hollywood (California):

Quote: "According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, at least five cars were charred and a sixth was damaged."

2019-03-11 - Car bursts into flame on State Route 67 near Lakeside (California):

2019-03-11 - Car bursts into flame just after 11 PM on Eckhardt Avenue East in Penticton (Canada):

2019-03-11 - Car bursts into flame at gas station in Peterborough (Canada):

2019-03-11 - Car bursts into flame at 1:59 AM on Glebe Road in Nuneaton (Britain):

2019-03-11 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-75 in coastal Fort Myers (Florida):

2019-03-11 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked in coastal Port Angeles (Washington):

2019-03-11 - Two vehicles and garage go up in flames at home in coastal Suffolk (Virginia):

Quote: "Responding units found a large detached garage on fire, along with two vehicles."

2019-03-11 - Car and garage destroyed by fire just before 2:30 A at home, boat lightly damaged, in coastal Kilaben Bay (Australia):

2019-03-11 - Auto shop and two other businesses go up in flames at 2 AM in North Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2019-03-11 - Auto shop heavily damaged by fire in Round Lake (New York):

2019-03-11 - Auto shop heavily damaged by fire in Schofield (Wisconsin):

2019-03-11 - Barn destroyed by fire near Hartley (Iowa):

2019-03-11 - Barn destroyed by fire in/near Fort Recovery (Ohio):

2019-03-11 - Plumbing supply business heavily damaged by fire on Morris Avenue in coastal Glen Cove (New York):

2019-03-11 - Funeral home heavily damaged by fire at 3:15 AM in Arkadelphia (Arkansas):

2019-03-11 - Garage destroyed by fire at 3:15 AM at home in Topeka (Kansas):

2019-03-11 - Mobile home destroyed by fire on Madison Avenue in Carmichael (California), 1 injured:

2019-03-11 - Mobile home destroyed by fire in Salamanca (New York), 2 dogs killed:

2019-03-11 - Home damaged by fire at 2:30 AM in North Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2019-03-11 - Home damaged by fire before 3 AM in Brigham City (Utah), 4 injured:

2019-03-11 - Home under renovation damaged by basement fire in Meriden (Connecticut), nobody there:

2019-03-11 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 12:40 AM on Old Miller Road in coastal Bluffton (South Carolina):

2019-03-11 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 1:30 AM in coastal Deerfield Beach (Florida), 1 injured:

2019-03-11 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Via Misionero in Coachella (California), 1 injured:

2019-03-11 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Sinton Road in coastal Newport News (Virginia):

2019-03-11 - Home destroyed by fire at 1 AM on South Ruddle Street in Blytheville (Arkansas):

2019-03-11 - Home destroyed by fire on Playter Street in Buffalo (New York):

2019-03-11 - Home destroyed by fire on Joshua Town Road in Lyme (Connecticut), 1 injured:

2019-03-11 - Duplex damaged by basement fire on Barland Street in Eau Claire (Wisconsin):

2019-03-11 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Deep Forest Court in Lakeland (Florida):

2019-03-11 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Stone Mountain (Georgia), 1 injured:

2018-03-11 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire just before 6 AM in Aurora (Colorado):

2019-03-11 - Hotel damaged by utility room fire at 3 AM in Kentwood (Michigan):

2019-03-11 - Deadly fire destroys mobile home in Middle Smithfield Township (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2019-03-11 - Deadly fire burns home at 12:30 AM on coastal Lieutenant Island in South Wellfleet (Massachusetts):

2019-03-11 - Deadly fire burns home just before 1:30 AM on Sinn Street in coastal Patchogue (New York), 2 killed, 1 injured:

2019-03-11 - Deadly fire destroys home at 1:20 AM in Buckley (Washington), 1 killed:

2019-03-11 - Vacant home burns at 5:15 AM in Lake Crystal (Minnesota):

2019-03-11 - Vacant duplex burns in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut):

2019-03-11 - Person found dead on coastal Malibu Beach (California):

2019-03-11 - Man, 57, found dead in Beaver Lake near Rogers (Arkansas):

2019-03-11 - Man, 54, found dead in the water near marina in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

2019-03-11 - Person found dead on beach in coastal Panama City (Florida):

2019-03-11 - Passenger slumps over dead on Amtrak train at Union Station in coastal Washington DC:

2019-03-11 - Man in his 50s drops dead at bus stop just before 5:30 AM in coastal Seattle (Washington):

Quote: "A man died early Monday morning at a Capitol Hill bus stop. King County Metro workers found the man down and unresponsive at the eastbound stop near Broadway and Pine just before 5:30 AM. Seattle Fire was called to the scene and performed CPR but the man reported to be in his late 50s could not be revived."

2019-03-11 - Man, 45 to 55, found dead in Lake Michigan near Rainbow Beach in Chicago (Illinois):

2019-03-11 - Man washes up dead on the shore of Lake Eufaula (Oklahoma):

2019-03-11 - Person found dead in Village Creek in Birmingham (Alabama):

2019-03-11 - Man, 58, has 'medical episode' and dies on bike track near the Sturt River in coastal Adelaide (Australia):

Quote: "Forensics went over the scene from 4am as detectives initially treated the man’s death as suspicious. Early this morning, police said the man’s death was most likely the result of a medical episode but are continuing investigations."

2019-03-11 - Mariner, man, 29, drops dead in his cabin on cargo ship near coastal Arica (Chile):

2019-03-11 - Passenger has 'medical issue' on passenger plane, plane makes emergency landing in Sioux City (Iowa):

Quote: "JetBlue tells Siouxland News that flight 162 from Sacramento, Calif. to New York-JFK diverted to Sioux City after the crew reported a customer experiencing a medical issue."

2019-03-11 - Driver has 'medical emergency', pickup truck starts drifting around, fire truck gets it stopped, in Indianapolis (Indiana):

Quote: "IMPD officers and the fire crew on scene found out that the driver was having a medical emergency and got the driver care."

2019-03-11 - Driver has 'medical emergency', car rear-ends another car, in coastal Summerland (California), 1 killed:

Quote: "A driver died after a rear-end collision in Summerland Monday morning, and appeared to have suffered a medical emergency..."

2019-03-11 - Man has 'medical emergency', car crashes on the Eisenhower Expressway in Chicago (Illinois), 1 killed:

Quote: "'Preliminary reports indicate the crash may be the result of a medical emergency,' Garcia wrote in an email. Initially the man was taken by the Chicago Fire Department to a local hospital in critical condition, but he later was pronounced dead, Garcia said."

2019-03-11 - Driver has 'medical episode', car crashes into median, on the M6 near Penrith (Britain):

Quote: "Cumbria Police say that a red saloon-type car hit the central reservation after its male driver had a medical episode at the wheel."

2019-03-11 - Small plane crashes into porch of home in Benton (Kansas), 1 injured:

2019-03-11 - Helicopter crashes near Timmins (Canada), 2 killed:

2019-03-11 - Tanker truck overturns on Route 27 in Mount Airy (Maryland):

2019-03-11 - Tractor trailer crashes off I-15 near Lake Elsinore (California), 1 injured:

2019-03-11 - SUV crashes off I-55, plunges into the Vermilion River, near Pontiac (Illinois), 2 injured:

2019-03-11 - Car veers into median, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, on Kingshighway Boulevard in St. Louis (Missouri), 2 injured:

2019-03-11 - Car veers off road, crashes into tree, in Aiken County (
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This morning we met for our last breakfast of the Chesapeake Bay Cruisers weekend.  It was dreary and a little drizzly as we said good-bye to our friends.  Thanks to Terri and Danny O'Kane for hosting such a fun weekend.

We traveled 47 miles on the Chesapeake Bay, C & D Canal and Delaware River to the Delaware City Marina in Delaware City, Delaware.  We were pleasantly surprised to see that Schafer's Canal House at the top of the C & D Canal in Chesapeake City is once again open after being closed many years.  It looks beautiful and we hope to stop here on our way south in the fall. Here are a few of today's photos:
Frank, Karen and Joanne

I was cold this AM and Karen was too warm -- we both laughed!

Dottie, Bill and Terri

New MTOA friends

Pam, Gary and Ralph

Sunday traffic on the Chesapeake

More traffic on the Bay

Schafer's Canal House remodeled and reopened

Chesapeake City

Chesapeake City Bridge

C & D Canal

Delaware City Hotel

The lovely little town of Delaware City

Heading toward the Delaware City Marina

Boats lined up at the Delaware City Marina

Delaware City Marina

Danny and Ralph

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We left North Point Marina in  Rock Hall, MD about 7:50 AM -- once again the Bay was as smooth as glass and it was sunny and warm.  We arrived at Fairlee Creek, MD at 10:15 AM.  En route I did my weight exercises and have graduated from 2 pound to 3 pound weights.  I don't feel any stronger, but know I am improving since I can handle the additional pound.  My shoulders are still "cranky" as Ed, the therapist would say.

This is the Spring Shake-Down Cruise of the Chesapeake Bay Cruisers group -- an off-shoot of MTOA.  Ralph met a new friend this morning, Clay, and we invited him to lunch on our boat.  Meanwhile, Kay and Mike on Lowe Key dropped by and after lunch Pat and Rick on Sequel and Rich on This-'L-Do came over and we had a fun afternoon catching up. We took Striper ashore and played with her and went for a little walk before dinner.

We met at Lolli and Craig's lovely home for a pulled pork dinner --and everyone brought a side-dish or dessert. Dinner was delicious  It was so much fun seeing our old friends again.  Terri and Danny O'Kane  are hosting the event this weekend here at Great Oak Landing in Fairlee Creek.

Here are a few of today's photos:

Striper playing fetch at Great Oak Landing

Glad to be ashore and romping around

Leaving North Point Marina, Rock Hall, MD

Arriving Fairlee Creek, MD

Ralph and Striper heading over to Clay's boat

Guests came to call

Pat and Rick Daniels

Rich Klune

L-R: Joy, Frank, Loretta, Brian and Terri

Some new members  to the CBC-ers

Sue and Kay

Alice and Bob

Joanne and Frank

Ron, Mike and Chuck

Danny and Rich

Clay, Clark and Frank

Lolly and Karen

Linda's new sparkling turtle ring

Terri wearing her turtle necklace

Me and Joy

Pat, Danny and Terri

Mmmmm...chowin' down

The buffet table...looking a little sparse now
Lolly cuts Ralph a slice of his favorite dessert. Boston Cream Pie

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We had beautiful sleeping weather last night and we awoke to sunny skies and 73 degrees and the mooring field in Annapolis Harbor was as smooth as glass.   We left Annapolis at 7:15 and traveled across the bay.  It was so smooth that I gave myself a nice pedi on the way.  Too bad I can't see very well to do a good job!  Arrrghhh!  We reached the Eastern Shore, particularly, our former marina, North Point Marina in Rock Hall at 9:30 AM.  Lori came out to help us tie up.  It was so nice to see her and Joe again, as well as some of our old friends on the dock.

I immediately started laundry and washed three loads.  We borrowed Lori's car and went to "Elmer's" -- the Marine Railway Store for miscellaneous boat stuff -- Elmer has everything!  We then had lunch at J & J's -- cream of crab soup and we shared a deep fried crab wrap -- our favorite lunch -- with sweet tea.  I went next door to Styles Unlimited and made an appointment with Tracie for late this afternoon for a much needed haircut.  It was nice to see her again too.  Then we went to Bayside for groceries.  

We had dinner this evening at Bay Wolf with Lori and Joe.  Lots of lively conversation and a great meal. After dinner we took a little walk and ran into Ken and Debbie on Dreamland Express, our old dock friends and stopped in for a chat.  
Here are a few photos from today:
Leaving Annapolis Harbor this morning

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge

Crossing to the Eastern Shore

Not a professional job, but a pedi nonetheless

Entering North Point Marina

Tied up at North Point Marina

Ralph and Striper out for a walk

Nice to chat with Ken

Dinner with Lori and Joe at Bay Wolf
Tonight's back yard


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Tuesday, May 14, 2013
 We weighed anchor at 6:45 AM and left Mill Creek, Solomons, MD.  It was 46 degrees and winds were 15 gusting to 20.  Although today was better than the past two days on the Chesapeake Bay, we still did a bit of hobby-horsing.  Around 7:20 AM we passed Cove Point Light in Calvert County, MD circa 1828.  At 12:30 PM we passed Thomas Point Light, the most photographed lighthouse on the Chesapeake Bay, circa 1875.  
We passed by the Naval Academy Sailing Team either racing or practicing and arrived at Annapolis about 2:00 PM. We requested permission from the dockmaster to fill up our water tanks and to hose the salt accumulation off the boat.  They were very nice about that and we were happy to clean up the boat for the showing tomorrow.  

Our friends, Claudia and Bob, invited us to be their guests for dinner at the Annapolis Yacht Club.  Dinner was wonderful -- of course we had crab cakes and I had cream of crab soup, too.  Thank you so much for your gracious hospitality and lively conversation, Claudia and Bob.  Next time, you'll be our guests either in Annapolis or Florida or both!

Here are a few of today's photos:

Annapolis Mooring Field

Foodie-pic my delicious crabcake sandwich and sweet potato fries at the Annapolis Yacht Club

Ralph, me, Bob and Claudia Baker

Heading north on the Bay

Cove Point Light, Calvert County, MD circa 1828

Thomas Point Light, circa 1875

Naval Academy Sailing Team

Naval Academy Sailing Team

Arriving in Annapolis

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Today we left Hampton Public Marina at 6:35 AM in the rain.  We spent a mostly harrowing 9-1/2 hours hobby-horsing north on the Chesapeake Bay with wind and opposing tide.  I took some photos of historic Fort Monroe from the water as we left Hampton.  This beautiful fort still has the original moat and it still has water in it.  Through the portal across the moat to the inside you will find the original homes built there, some of which are still occupied.  I've added Fort Monroe to my list of "must sees" on our way south in the fall.

Striper was not very perky this morning, but we were able to get her to eat and as the day went on, she seemed more like herself.  We have still not re-started the antibiotic because she just is not quite herself yet.
We arrived at Mill Creek, an anchorage off the Wicomico River at 4:00 PM to blue skies and sunshine.  It's very peaceful here and we are looking forward to a good night's rest. 
Attached are a few of today's photos:

Leaving Hampton, VA early this AM in the rain

Hampton Public Marina

Leaving Hampton, VA

Ft. Monroe

Ft. Monroe

Buckroe Beach, VA

The most stable spot in the boat -- aft cabin bed

Tonight's back yard, Mill Creek off the Wicomico River

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Saturday, May 11, 2012
We left Atlantic Yacht Basin at 7;00 AM and immediately went through the Great Bridge drawbridge and into the Great Bridge Lock with about a 2' drop.  This is the 6th lock and I believe the final lock in our Loop adventure -- total for the entire trip is now 157 locks.  

Today was gray and overcast with 70 degree temperatures.   We stopped at Top Rack Marina for fuel which was $3.38 per gallon -- the cheapest fuel we've found this year.  They have an excellent restaurant which we hope to try on our return trip south.  We traveled north through Norfolk with much commercial traffic and, of course, the Navy Base.  We were able to be followed by AIS via which listed Say Good-Bye and the details and we were depicted by a pink arrow as you could follow our course.  We had to laugh when our friend, Pete, emailed to say "Look out for Miss Gill coming up on your stern faster than you're going!"  He was tracking us.  Way cool!  We traveled 29 miles today and it was really interesting going through Norfolk.

Striper seems a lot better today. She's eating and drinking a lot more and really working us over for treaties, baked ham and corned beef, but that's okay. We're glad she's starting to perk up again. 

We arrived at the Hampton, VA Public Marina which is practically in the center of town and was $1.25 per foot plus $3 for electric/water. This is very reasonable for such a great location.  I was tired and took a power nap this afternoon and left the captain to his own devices.  He walked up the street and had a panini for lunch and took Striper out and about.  Later he told me that there was manicurist just up the street, but he thought I really needed a nap and wouldn't feel up to a pedicure.  IS HE KIDDING???  Had I known, I might have hobbled up the street for that!

Our friend, Pete McHugh came by to pick us up for dinner.  He took us on a driving tour of historic Fort Monroe that still has an active moat -- meaning, the moat is intact and still has water in it.  He regaled us with its interesting history and its uses today.  I'd like to walk through it on our return trip.  We have a lot of things to do on our "return trip" -- I need to start making a list.  But I might add, there may not be a return trip if we sell Say Good-Bye.  We have several interested parties so we'll see how things go. But if we bring her back to Florida in the fall, I can come up with a big, fat itinerary of places to go and people to see.

Pete only gave us 99 options for dinner, and we ended up dining at one of his and Dee's favorite spots, "Six" -  a little tapas place in Phoebus on the outskirts of Hampton.  The service was good and our dinner was excellent.  We were sorry to miss Dee -- but she had Mother's Day plans to go to a play with her son and I'm sure she had a wonderful evening.

Thank you, Pete, for a fun visit, as usual, and for treating us to an excellent dinner.  Dinner was delicious and the company, delightful.

Here are a few photos:

Great Bridge Lock, Chesapeake, VA

Commercial ships in Norfolk, VA

Navy Ships, Norfolk, VA God bless our troops!

Navy ships, Norfolk, VA

Naval aircraft carrier, Norfolk, VA

Our position today

Security around the Naval ships

Entering Hampton, VA

Entering Hampton, VA
Dinner with Pete at "Six" -- tonight's back yard

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We weighed anchor at 6:15 AM and continued north on the Virginia Cut.  The weather was just perfect today but our friend, Gerry, was certainly correct about the bugs in this area.  The boat was covered with them, so my first order of business this morning was cleaning and dispelling those little"buggers" -- no pun intended.

Striper, we are happy to say, is much improved today and she began eating more.  She finished off last night's spaghetti and a little bit of tuna and around mid-morning I gave her a few treaties and two more cans of tuna.  Then she settled down for a little nap.  Her eyes were bright today and her ears were attentive so we canceled the vet appointment we had made for this afternoon.  Thank you, Jeff, for making arrangements with the owner of Atlantic Yacht Basin to give us a ride to the vet's office. I'm glad we didn't have to go. We believe she is on the mend.  Thank you, Jesus,  and thank you all for your prayers for her.  

We traveled 39 miles to Atlantic Yacht Basin in Chesapeake, VA, just south of the Great Bridge Lock.  Ralph took Striper with him hob-nobbing around the marina and I got the laundry started and settled down to continue reading "Remains of the Day" -
a movie I had seen years ago but didn't quite understand.  I'm enjoying the book and it passes the time while you do the wash.  Speaking of which, I'm beginning to think someone drops off their wash at night, we seem to be awfully clean or awfully dirty.  Not sure which, but we sure do have a lot of laundry.

Ralph and I then walked about a quarter mile to the Farm Fresh Market in a little shopping center nearby and bought a few groceries -- milk, bread and produce AND the ingredients to make corned beef specials. I have been so hungry for them, so that's what we had for dinner.  They were delicious, if I do say so myself.
It was a lovely evening so we took Striper with us for a walk on the dock and met some new friends -- one couple recently bought a 41 DeFever like Say Good-Bye and are docked just behind us here at the Yacht Basin -- their home port.  They told us they have been following our blog. Small world.   So Carl and Nancy -- we enjoyed meeting and chatting with you today.  Perhaps one of these days our paths will cross again.  Enjoy your travels on Adagio -- wishing you fair skies and following seas.

Here are a few of today's photos:
What should this caption be??  I think his expression is priceless!!

The goose and gander are guarding their two little goslings

Sunrise this morning

Pulling up the anchor -- with a lotta mud and stuff

Striper is starting to look perky

The Virginia Cut

Flying the MTOA burgee now that it's sunny

Waiting in line for the Centerville Turnpike Bridge opening

Atlantic Yacht Basin, Chesapeake, VA

Two kayakers

Out for a little walk

Tonight's back yard with a view of Great Bridge Lock

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NEWS PROVIDED BY STAND March 12, 2019 CHESAPEAKE, Va., March 11, 2019 /Standard Newswire/ -- The organization founded by Bishop E.W. Jackson nearly ten years ago continues grow as a force in the conservative movement. He recently appointed Trevor Loudon as Senior Adviser. Trevor is a filmmaker and expert on communist Infiltration into American government, primarily through Democrats and left wing organizations. Source: Bishop E.W. Jackson
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A Chesapeake Bay retriever named Train is playing an important part in wildlife conservation. Train, who was too energetic to make it as a drug dog, is lending his nose to sniff out endangered species by smelling their poop. Train is helping conservationists like Karen DeMatteo track down some of the world's most elusive animals, such as oncillas and jaguars, by finding their scat in the wild. DeMatteo and her colleagues are focusing their research in Argentina, and Train is helping them discover...
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All these photos were taken in this order yesterday between 0647 and 0704 EDT.  CMA CGM T. Roosevelt was bound for sea.  As of this moment, she’s off Norfolk waiting to enter the Chesapeake.  If you don’t know, Roosevelt is one of now quite a large number of ULCSs or ULCVs [I’ve read both terms […]
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Budget Proposal Would Decimate Chesapeake Bay Funding HARRISBURG, Pa. – Clean-water advocates are calling on Congress to reject the Trump administration's proposed 90 percent cut in funding for the Chesapeake Bay program. For the third year in a row, the administration is asking for drastic cuts to the program that supports water-cleanup efforts throughout the Chesapeake Bay's 6,400 square-mile system. ...(Read More)
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## Introduction The Water and Science Administration is recruiting for a Regulatory and Compliance Engineer Senior in the Industrial & General Permits Division of the Wastewater Permits Program. This is a position specific recruitment for the Maryland Department of the Environment. This recruitment will be used to fill current and future vacancies for this position/function only. The resulting cert list will be maintained for one year. Persons interested in future vacancies within this classification must re-apply. ## GRADE 20 ## LOCATION OF POSITION Maryland Department of the Environment Water & Science Administration/Wastewater Permits Program 1800 Washington Blvd., Baltimore MD 21230 ## Main Purpose of Job The main purpose of this position is to act as the coordinator for all industrial facilities permitted under the federally delegated pretreatment authority of the Clean Water Act Program. The incumbent in this position will serve as the Pretreatment Coordinator which involves auditing approved pretreatment programs in the State of Maryland, inspection of significant industrial users (SIUs) authorized to discharge by those programs and other industrial users as deemed necessary, as well as assist in the performance of categorical determinations. When these aspects of the Pretreatment objectives are properly implemented, toxic discharges to Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTW) and ultimately to the Chesapeake Bay are reduced, pass-through and interference with the operation and performance of wastewater treatment plants are eliminated and biosolids quality is removed. The position will also write and issue wastewater discharge permits (pretreatment, individual and general). These permits are combined federal and State authorizations, for industrial operations and businesses in the State of Maryland. The incumbent will be responsible for implementing total maximum daily loads and managing the associated permit issuance process by preparing fact sheets, public notices, and written responses to comments, meeting with applicants and interested parties, conducting and participating in public meetings, and preparing project files for judicial review. ## MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Education: Bachelor's degree in engineering or architecture from an accredited college or university. Experience: Three years of engineering or architectural experience in pollution control, waste remediation, resource conservation, environmental protection, or public health and safety to ensure regulatory or quality compliance with engineering/architectural standards, practices, principles and methods. Notes: 1. A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with at least 20 credits in engineering and two years performing engineering architectural work in pollution control, waste remediation, resource conservation, environmental protection, public health and safety or related areas may be substituted for the engineering degree. 2. A Master’s degree in engineering or architecture from an accredited college or university may be substituted for up to one year of the required experience. 3. Professional Engineer or Professional Architect registration in the State of Maryland or in a state with comparable requirements may be substituted for the educational requirement and one year of experience. 4. Candidates may substitute U.S. Armed Forces military service experience as a commissioned officer in Engineering and Architecture classifications or Engineering and Architecture specialty codes in the Environmental field of work on a year-for-year basis for the required experience and education. ## DESIRED OR PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS It is preferred that the selected candidate has the following: * 6 months experience implementing some aspect(s) of The National Pretreatment Program required by the Clean Water Act; * Experience managing a long-term technical project (a project that took 6 months or longer to complete); * Experience managing multiple long-term technical projects at the same time; * Experience implementing rules, interpreting regulations and/or following legal requirements; * Experience writing technical documents; and * Experience with public speaking or leading employees. It is also preferred that the selected candidate has a Bachelor's degree in the following: * Chemical * Civil * Environmental Engineering ## LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS Employees in this classification may be assigned duties which require the operation of a motor vehicle. Employees assigned such duties will be required to possess a motor vehicle operator's license valid in the State of Maryland. ## SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Employees in this classification may be subject to call-in twenty-four hours a day, and, therefore, may be required to provide the employing agency with a telephone number where they can be reached or carry a moble phone. ## SELECTION PROCESS Please make sure that you provide sufficient information on your application to show that you meet the minimum /selective/preferred qualifications for this recruitment. All information concerning your qualifications must be submitted by the closing date. We will not consider information submitted after this date. Applicants that meet the qualifications will be referred to the hiring unit for consideration of an interview/selection. Only those candidates that demonstrate, in their applications, the required qualifications will be deemed qualified and referred. ## EXAMINATION PROCESS Your application is part of the examination process. The assessment will be a rating of your education, training and experience related to the requirements of this position. Therefore, it is important that you provide complete and accurate educational and employment information on your application. Successful candidates will be ranked as Best, Better or Qualified and placed on the cert list for at least one year. This list will be used by the hiring agency to select employees. Education credentials and experience verification will be completed by the Appointing Authority. If you are scheduled to complete an education or licensing requirement within six months of the examination, you may participate in the examination process, if one is required. Please note that you will be required by the appointing agency to provide proof upon hire of all certifications, licenses, educational and work experiences. The MD Department of the Environment does not sponsor individuals in the application of the H-1B Visa. All applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States under the Immigration and Reform Control Act. You must be legally authorized and possess any necessary documents under this Act in order to be hired in the position for which you apply. For education obtained outside the U.S., you will be required to provide proof of the equivalent American education as determined by a foreign credential evaluation service. ## BENEFITS STATE OF MARYLAND BENEFITS ## FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS It is STRONGLY preferred that you apply online; however, if you are unable to apply online, or encounter difficulty attaching required or optional documentation, you may submit via mail or deliver in person to: Tammy Lewis, Manager, Recruitment and Examination Division Office of Human Resources MDE Reference Number:19-004593-0002 1800 Washington Blvd. Baltimore, MD 21230 Office: 410-537-3130 Fax: 410-537-3966 Please be sure to include your name, identification number (Easy ID#) and reference number on any documentation to ensure timely processing. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of completing the state application. You may email required documentation, transcripts and addendums to or fax to 410-537-3966. The MD State Application Form can be found online. PLEASE NOTE: The Maryland Department of the Environment participates in the E-Verify Program. As an equal opportunity employer, Maryland is committed to recruiting, retaining and promoting employees who are reflective of the State's diversity. We thank our Veterans for their service to our country, and encourage them to apply. TTY Users: call via Maryland Relay *Department:* MDE - Water and Science Administration (WSA) *Date Opened:* 3/13/2019 10:13:00 AM *Filing Deadline:* 3/28/2019 5:00:00 PM *Salary:* $58,168-$75,803 with progression to $93,395 (salary guidelines apply to MD State Employees) *Employment Type:* Full-Time *HR Analyst:* Tammy Lewis *Work Location:* Baltimore City
          (USA-MD-Somerset) NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGER II      Cache   Translate Page      
## Introduction This is a position specific recruitment for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Fishing and Boating Service. This recruitment will be used to fill current vacancies for the position and may be used to fill future vacancies in the same classification/function. Future vacancies may also be filled via other recruitments. ## GRADE 16 ## LOCATION OF POSITION 800 Norris Harbor Dr. Crisfield, MD 21817 (Somerset County) ## Main Purpose of Job The Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Hydrographic Operations, is currently accepting applications for a Natural Resources Manager II. This position serves as the Facility Manager for the Crisfield DNR Marine Terminal, managing day to day operations. These duties include but not limited to: supervising Hydrographic Engineering Associates, involved in buoy placement and removal of hazards to boating navigation, inventory control, facility and vessel maintenance. Position is required to maintain a 200 ton USCG Master's (Inland) License and operate a 100' Ice Breaking/Buoy Tender as Captain responsible for all required operation and crew training. Intimate knowledge of the lower Chesapeake Bay, and its tributaries is required. ## MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS **Education:** Possession of a high school diploma or a State high school equivalence certificate. **Experience:** Seven years of experience either performing, or supervising workers performing technical natural resources or conservation work. **Notes:** 1. Pertinent volunteer and/or part-time experience is acceptable. Please document the number of hours spent per week in this type of experience on the application form (MS 100). 2. Applicants may substitute vocational or college education in a natural resources discipline for experience at the rate of one year of education for one year of experience. 3. Candidates may substitute U.S. Armed Forces military service experience at a rank of Corporal/Petty Officer or higher as a non-commissioned officer in the natural resources management and biological sciences classifications or natural resources management and biological sciences specialty codes in the biological science technician field of work on a year-for-year basis for the required experience and education. ## DESIRED OR PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS **PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:** Recent experience as vessel captain supporting hydrographic operations, including buoy tending and hazard to navigation location. A current valid USCG Master's License Inland 200 ton. Extensive geographic knowledge of the Maryland's lower Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. Experience operating an ice breaking vessel in ice. ## LIMITATIONS ON SELECTION Current Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Fishing and Boating Service employees only. ## SELECTION PROCESS Please make sure you provide sufficient information on your application to show that you meet the qualifications for this recruitment. All information concerning your qualifications must be submitted by the closing date. Successful candidates may be ranked as Best Qualified, Better Qualified, or Qualified and placed on the employment (eligible) list for at least one year. ## EXAMINATION PROCESS Your application is part of the examination process. The examination will consist of a rating of your education, training, and experience related to the requirements of this position. The rating will be based on the information provided on your application. Therefore, it is important you provide all the experience and education related to this position completely and accurately. Verifiable volunteer experience will be considered; please include it on your application, if applicable. ## BENEFITS **STATE OF MARYLAND BENEFITS** ## FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS The online application is** STRONGLY** preferred. If you are unable to apply online, you may submit a paper application and supplemental questionnaire to: Department of Natural Resources Human Resources 580 Taylor Avenue, C-3 Annapolis, MD 21401 The Human Resources Department is not responsible for applications sent to any other address. Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be accepted. Inquiries regarding this recruitment can be directed to Khia Poteat at We thank our Veterans for their service to our country, and encourage them to apply. People with disabilities and bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply. As an equal opportunity employer Maryland is committed to recruiting, retaining and promoting employees who are reflective of the State’s diversity. *Department:* DNR - Fisheries Service *Date Opened:* 3/13/2019 08:00:00 AM *Filing Deadline:* 3/27/2019 11:59:00 PM *Salary:* $44,898.00 - $71,671.00/ year (State Salary Guidelines apply to State Employees) *Employment Type:* Full-Time *HR Analyst:* Khia Poteat *Work Location:* Somerset
          (USA-VA-New Church) Combustion Turbine Technician - Commonwealth Chesapeake      Cache   Translate Page      
* Plant Operations * COMBU02054 ### Description **About NAES:** We are an independent services company dedicated to delivering value to facilities across the power generation, oil & gas, petrochemical, pulp & paper, and manufacturing industries. For more than 35 years, we have drawn on our deep experience in advisory, operations, maintenance, fabrication, construction, engineering, compliance, technical support, asset management and energy management services to assess, build, operate and maintain sites that run safely, reliably and cost-effectively. We operate more than 150 power plants throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico that span all technologies and provide over 41 GW of capacity. With the strength of 4000 people, our growing family of companies now addresses the entire life cycle of power generation and other industrial plants. NAES offers competitive compensation, a comprehensive benefits package (including retirement) and promotional opportunities. GENERAL SUMMARY The Combustion Turbine Technician ("CTT") is responsible for the safe operation and maintenance of the site's seven GE LM6000 simple-cycle combustion turbine generator sets and auxiliary equipment. The ideal candidate will possess one or more of the following major skill sets prior to employment: mechanical, electrical, instrumentation or controls. They will continue to utilize and develop additional skills in all areas to become a Plant Operator. The technician will also be required to complete the Chesapeake CTT Operator certification program within the first year of employment. These qualifications must be maintained at all times following initial certification. MAJOR EQUIPMENT LIST - Some of the equipment and components maintained and operated by the CTT/Operator include: * GE LM-6000 aeroderivative turbine/controls and auxiliaries * Alstom and Brush air cooled 50 MW generator/controls and auxiliaries * Centrifugal inlet air chillers/controls * Rotary screw chillers/controls * Fuel oil centrifuges * Air compressors * Fuel distribution, storage and unloading systems * Water supply systems including demineralizer * Emerson/Delta V distributed control system (DCS) * Transformers, relays, circuit breakers, etc ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB Combustion Turbine Technicians function as part of an efficient and motivated team that operate and maintain the Commonwealth Chesapeake 315 MW, simple cycle, peaking generation facility located in New Church, Virginia. These technicians perform all duties in each of the areas of skill sets with minimum direction and supervision. Instrument/electrical preventative maintenance includes calibration/testing, installation, troubleshooting and repairs on plant equipment including: process control equipment, motors, generators, batteries, transformers, regulators, valves, circuit breakers, disconnecting switches, analog/digital instrumentation, control relays, communication equipment, lighting and additional auxiliary equipment within the generating station and associated substations. Mechanical preventative maintenance includes calibration/testing, installation, troubleshooting and repair on plant equipment including: aero derivative turbines, generators, clutches, motors, pumps, compressors, and auxiliary equipment. Additional duties include vibration analysis, laser alignments, and oil analysis. Controls/Information Technology preventative maintenance includes calibration/testing, installation, troubleshooting and repairs on plant equipment (hardware/software) including: turbine control system (MicroNet), balance of plant control system (Emerson - DeltaV), telemetry/SCADA (GE Harris, OSIsoft Pi), plant servers, networking, updates and security. Safely operates plant equipment needed to perform essential job duties, e.g., vehicles, forklift, man lift, cranes, hoists, welding and cutting equipment, etc. Uses appropriate safety equipment and techniques in the daily performance of all work activities. Reads and interprets complex blueprints, wiring and schematic diagrams, and performs both internal and external switching and tagging for mechanical and electrical systems. Effectively utilizes computer maintenance management system (MP2) to generate tasks, work orders, requisitions and maintain spare parts inventory. Updates and maintains accurate pass down information, logs and records. Actively participates in the site Safety Management, Environmental, EHS Contingency and Maintenance Plans. These plans incorporate the policies, procedures and record keeping for a safe work environment in compliance with all agencies. With applicable training and procedures, the CTT will safety fill, shut down, unload and inspect site diesel fuel handling, storage and distribution systems. Maintains high standards of safety and housekeeping of the assigned maintenance areas. Cooperates and participates as a team member to accomplish plant goals and objectives. Ensures adequate turnover of information between shifts or between projects. Develops procedures, reports, log sheets and checklists. Must maintain a valid driver’s license. NAES SAFE Safety is a core value of NAES and as a condition of employment, all employees are expected to be mentally alert and work safely at all times. Additionally, employees are required to adhere to all safety warnings and posted safety signs whenever on company property. Furthermore, employees must follow all NAES safety rules and procedures. Effectiveness in carrying out this responsibility is part of the evaluation of each employee’s performance. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE * HS diploma or equivalent required. Associates degree in Power Plant Technology or related field is desired. * Work experience as a technician with responsibilities to include the repair and maintenance of turbine generators is desired. * Theoretical and practical knowledge of combustion turbine operations, industrial safety, hazardous waste management, and inspection/recording of plant parameters is highly desirable. Experience with industrial chillers and aeroderivative turbines are a plus. * A proficient knowledge of mechanical, electrical, instrumentation or controls is necessary for successful performance on the job. * Good oral and written communication skills are necessary as well as some familiarity with computer-based productivity tools relevant to the plant, e.g., Microsoft software products, databases for work orders (CMMS), maintenance logs, and procurement systems, etc. * Ability to work well with others and be self-directed, as well as apply creative solutions to unique instrumentation, electrical and mechanical problems is desirable. *It is the practice of NAES to seek employees of the highest quality and to select the individuals on the basis of merit and competence, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, military status or affiliation protected under USERRA, or any other basis of discrimination prohibited by applicable local, state and federal law.* ## Qualifications ### Skills **Preferred** **Electrical Systems** *Intermediate* **Mechanical Aptitude** *Intermediate* **O&M; - Operations & Maintenance** *Intermediate* **Power Plant Fundamentals** *Intermediate* **Predictive Maintenance** *Intermediate* **Preventive Maintenance** *Intermediate* **Troubleshooting** *Intermediate* **Verbal and Written Communications** *Intermediate* ### Behavior **Preferred** **Dedicated:**Devoted to a task or purpose with loyalty or integrity **Enthusiastic:**Shows intense and eager enjoyment and interest **Team Player:**Works well as a member of a group ### Education **Preferred** Associates or better in Power Plant Technology or related field. High School or better ### Experience **Preferred**Work experience as a technician with responsibilities to include the repair and maintenance of turbine generators ### Licenses & Certifications **Required** Driver's License *Posted:* March 13, 2019
          Nansemond Tribe      Cache   Translate Page      
The Nansemond tribe is a state- and federally recognized Indian tribe whose members live mostly in the cities of Chesapeake and Suffolk. In 2009 about 200 Nansemond tribal members were registered in Virginia.
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          GEOSYNTHETICS SUPERINTENDENT - Chesapeake Containment - Meeker, OK      Cache   Translate Page      
Must have a valid, current driver license with a clean driving record. Must take all necessary steps to complete tasks safely and ensure the safety of others in... $70,000 - $85,000 a year
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          Former Drug-Sniffing Retriever Now Sniffs Out Jaguars, Mountain Lions in Conservation Efforts      Cache   Translate Page      

Train, a Chesapeake Bay Retriever (pictured above), couldn’t cut it as a drug-sniffing dog. He was too hyper, too energetic. But he took his nasal talents and physical strength to ...

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