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- Anchor Tattoos, Sailors & Early Christian History - What Do They All Have In Common?
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Kennebunkport, ME & Kennebunk, ME by Peter Milosheff
Kennebunkport is an astoundingly picturesque town in York County, Maine, United States, with a population of 3,720 as of the 2000 census. read more
Kennebunkport by Peter Milosheff
If you are looking for a picturesque location to spend your holiday, go to historic Kennebunkport, Maine. This place offers a range of outdoor activities, and the three-mile long beach tucked in between the rocky coastline is truly gorgeous. read more
The History Of Captain Morgan by Matt Landau
There were lots of pirates hanging around Panama during the 17th and 18th centuries and with good reason. Panama was the richest area belonging to Spain, as almost all of the gold that was pillaged from the Inca Empire and other wealthy Indian... read more
Anchor Tattoos, Sailors & Early Christian History - What Do They All Have In Common? by Chris Ryerson
This is most definitely an interesting mix of history, symbolism and best of all tattoos. Tattoos picturing symbolic ship anchors have been a huge part of tattooing in the western world for over two c... read more
A shell is the most universally identifiable part of a creature known as a mollusk. Mollusks are invertebrate animals (think of a snail) with an unsegmented, basically symmetrical body, generally cons... read more
Relaxing In Maine by Peter Milosheff
Now that the holidays are over…it’s time for you to enjoy some real relaxation. Maybe a little “me” time is what you are longing for? Perhaps a romantic weekend getaway with that special someone in yo... read more
A 140-Year-Old Lobster's Trip To Manhattan And Back by Peter Milosheff
George, a 140-year-old lobster who was the popular attraction at a Manhattan eatery has been released back into the ocean waters off the coast of Kennebunkport, ME, back to his freedom.... read more
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