Welcome to the Butterfly Site, where you’ll learn everything you can imagine about butterflies, from gardening to biology, it’s all here.
Gardening – This section will tell you exactly how to make a butterfly garden. From
Welcome to Old Sturbridge Village where you can explore what life was like in early New England. The “Special Features” section of this site includes The Critter Corner, The Tavern at OSV, The Online Quilt Exhibit, Panoramic Images, and Heirloom Gardening. These features are why we are all here today.
The Critter Corner — This is the online section where the new arrivals, also… Continue reading
“This is the home page for The USGenWeb Project. We are a group of volunteers working together to provide Internet websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States.”
Well their introduction tells you who they are and what they are doing, I can’t argue with that. So let’s check this site out… Continue reading
“Paul was born in Philadelphia on September 21, 1921. Although severe cerebral palsy kept him out of school, it hasn’t kept him from having a remarkable life!” Read all about the artist’s life at the “About the Artist” section — he has truly lived a fascinating life.
Paul makes amazing art using a typewriter. You won’t believe the detail of the art, I’d… Continue reading
With tons of sting figures for you to learn and try out with video clips of how to make them, you’ll be tied up in this site for a while. I’ve spent the afternoon trying to make some of these and the instructions make it pretty easy, but I’ve learned that my fingers aren’t as flexible as they used to be.
There is… Continue reading
If you like superstitions, or are superstitious, this site is fabulous, fascinating, and full of old superstitions. With many categories, such as: Good Luck, Bad Luck, Animal, General, Card, Acting and Stage, Baby, Christmas, New Year, New Home, Wedding, Hair, Halloween, and Death superstitions. And each section is chocked full of superstitions, a lot of which I had never even heard of.
*Saying “God Bless… Continue reading
E-How is a directory of 15,000 step-by-step How-To instructions. Divided into categories, you can click on the subject you want information on, or you can type your topic into the search engine and click “search for it” to search the directory for the information you are looking for.
By clicking on a directory you will find that each directory is broken down into general topics providing a… Continue reading
Ask Art — The Artist’s Bluebook. Today I’m bringing you the free access part of Ask Art. Here you will find a great directory of museums, galleries, glossaries and whole lot more. It is divided into sections: Museums, Galleries/Dealers, Auction Houses, ART Travel Directory, Professional Associations, Art Glossary, and Dealer Artwork for Sale.
Those you can all check out on your own time, although I’ll… Continue reading
Lots of beautiful flowers and plants grow from bulbs, and a lot of them need special care. Learn all about the art of planting bulbs, and nursing them into beautiful plants with this site. Not only can you learn the Basics, but you will also learn about Spring, Summer, Cut, and read some really helpful Guides.
The Basics — This where you’ll learn exactly what a bulb… Continue reading
Here’s an art site that’s a little different… Remember those paintings of the little girls and animals with the big sad eyes? They were very popular in late 60′s and 70′s. Here you can learn all about this art style, pricing for pieces of big eyed art, the artists, the toys, and even get links to some tribute pages, and new artists continuing the… Continue reading
Open Secrets is your guide to the Money in U.S Elections. Here you can find out how much financial backing the different candidates have in the race to get elected.
At last count Bush was at $228,743,338 and Kerry raised $186,593,248. You can also see how much each candidate has spent.
Click on “Candidate Comparison” to see who some of the big contributors are. Did… Continue reading
“The Why Files—the Science behind the News.” That is a simple description of this site. While visiting I got caught up in an article about Climate Change which discusses the movie “The Day After Tomorrow” and looks at the premise of the movie from a scientific point of view: could rapid climate change lead to another ice age as quickly as the movie showed?… Continue reading
Some of us can’t leave home without our best buddies—our pets. Now you can travel with your pet! By checking out “Pets Welcome” you can choose places to stay where your pet can stay too. Check out the Lodging Listings for over 25,000 hotels, B&Bs, ski resorts, campgrounds, and beaches that are pet-friendly.
Clicking “Lodging Listings” is just the start. Here you will find the… Continue reading
We’ve all heard of youth hostel’s right? Places that college students can go stay when they are traveling around the world. Well, now you’re going to hear about Elder hostel! Their slogan is that they are “the nation’s and the world’s largest educational and travel organization for older adults.”
If you’re 55 or older, you’ll find the world’s most diverse and affordable selection of learning adventures… Continue reading
Today I’m bringing you two links, one for those of you who use VISA, and one for those of you who use MASTERCARD. These sites are ATM Locators, and are quite helpful, especially if you are traveling and need to get some money from your credit card (or debit card – seeing as most debit cards are also either VISA or MASTERCARD.)
You are probably wondering what World on Wheelz is about, well I’m here to tell you all about it. This site is dedicated to Wheelchair
Accessible Travel. That’s right, places where you can visit even if you are restricted to a wheel chair. Let’s face it, a lot of people don’t
advertise whether they are wheel chair accessible or not—this will provide… Continue reading
Do you love flowers, herbs, and plants? Do you just plain love gardening? Well then, this is definitely a cool site for you to check out.
From the Herb of the Month section to the Crafts, and even the Kitchen section this site is chocked full of good stuff for gardeners,
and those who might just want to try their hands at some
This site’s slogan is “History through the eyes of those who lived it.” Fairly straight forward, but that doesn’t even begin to describe the gems of historical information that you’ll find here. From ancient times to modern times you’ll find eye witness accounts of information about what happened in history.
At Mike’s site of Electric Stuff you will find tons of neat stuff from the innards of electronic gadgets to pretty nixie tubes. The site is broken down into three sections: Antique Glass Stuff, Telsa Coils and High Voltage Stuff, and Miscellaneous Stuff.
Antique Glass Stuff: This is where you will find the pretty nixie tubes, and a lot of other really cool stuff… Continue reading
There’s still enough summertime left to get sizzlin’. That’s right, it’s barbecue time. With the Smoke Ring you can learn everything you need to know about barbecuing.
There’s a huge how to section and tons of recipes for you to try. And I’m talking about barbecue from all over the world. While I was there surfing the site there was a lovely Puerto Rican… Continue reading
This site is so cool and I’m very excited about sharing it with you because I love it so much. I like to visit this site everyday and start my journey under the “Images” tab where you’ll get the “Image of the Day”.
The Image of the Day when I visited was the Bering Glacier in Alaska. Not only do you a great picture, but also… Continue reading
This Museum and site preserve the package designs of the early 20th century. You’ll find all the navigation on the top of the page in the navigation bar.
To get started you can click on “Exhibits”. Here you’ll basically move forward through an alphabetically organized set of pictures of packaging that makes up the exhibit section. This, of course, is really cool. It… Continue reading
If you guessed that this site was all about games you would be right. This site is about game play throughout history and the present day. How games impact our lives, and what they teach us.
“Far from being frivolous, games have always had distinct cultural purposes. Games have been an important pastime for adults and children alike, providing intellectual challenges and entertaining practice… Continue reading
This site is a wonderful place to spend a morning. You can learn all about Baroque music, see portraits of baroque composers, and rare baroque instruments. This site is full of the history of baroque music.
What is baroque music like? Well you can answer that question by visiting the Baroque Music Sampler section of the site. You can listen to… Continue reading
I was struck with deep sadness when I learned that Julia Child died. So in honor of the legend she was I’m bring you this site. To learn more about Julia herself check out the link near the bottom of the page called Remembering Julia Child.
With the overwhelming positive response I got from running Operation Paperback and Adopt-a-Platoon, I’m bringing you Cell Phones for Soldiers. “The Cell Phones for Soldiers program was started by two teenagers from Norwell Massachusetts, 13 year old Brittany Bergquist and her 12 year old brother Robbie.” They heard of a soldier racking up major long distance charges trying to call home and were spurred… Continue reading
This site is all about quaint places, which means that travelers and vacationers will find information and photos from historic, artistic, romantic and picturesque locations from around the US and Canada.
This site is just beginning so there will definitely be tons of updates to this site. What you’ll find here now are quaint places, wonderful photos, and tons of information. To find their favorite locations… Continue reading