Monthly Archives: February 2010

Final Report on Geneablogger Winter Games

Hi Friends, Well, I started off strong but ended with a whimper.  Comparing my performance to the Winter Olympics you might say I crashed on the slalom course.  Nonetheless, I did participate in some of the events and  learned a … Continue reading

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GeneaBloggers Winter Games

Hi Friends, Have you ever noticed that every task takes about four times as long as you expected?  I thought that was only true of household repairs, but I know now that it can also apply to my Winter Games … Continue reading

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Winter Games Progress….Well a Little Anyway…

Hello Friends and Fellow Winter Games Contestants, Tonight I’ve been working on organizing my blog “Echo Hill Ancestors Weblog.”  I’ve been frustrated over the time I’ve had the blog that the user has to sort of sift through everything to … Continue reading

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Geneabloggers Winter Games

Hi Everyone, It hit me this morning that I forgot to write a post about my progress toward all those wonderful medals! Luckily it’s still at the beginning so I don’t have a LOT to report yet. Honestly, remembering to … Continue reading

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Surname Word Cloud

OK everyone, even though it’s Sunday I decided to work on my GeneaBlogger Games task list…. it’s a fun and easy part of the games to do… prepare a Word Cloud to post on my blog.  What I did with … Continue reading

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Winter 2010 GeneaBloggers Games

Hello Everyone and a big Thank You to Thomas for getting the Games together.  I haven’t done this before but it looks like a  lot of fun and a great way to stimulate my research and all it’s attendant activities, … Continue reading

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Bridget Shane and the Supreme Court of Iowa

Since I’m not a lawyer this lawsuit and its eventual appearance in the Iowa Supreme Court are somewhat baffling to me.  However, after reading the text for the 100th time (give or take a little) it seems to me that … Continue reading

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