THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30TH, 2014

THE GIANTS WON

What a dramatic ending for the San Francisco Giants!  It looked like the Royals, with a naan on third we’re about to tie the series 3–3 when the batter hit a pop up that was caught by the Giant’s third baseman.  Ending over.  I didn’t enjoy the pain etched on the faces of the Royals.  They were inches away from a comeback.
This one is for you, Jill, my son’s San Francisco based secretary for Black Rock, Global Investors!
Everyone who knows me knows my heart belongs to the Atlanta Braves.  It’s only because of Jill and the Giants super intelligence in hiring Tim Hudson that gave them an favorite status this year.
GEORGIA V. FLORIDA KNOCK OUT

Football is in the air and my attention now turns to Jacksonville, Florida where I’ll be spending Thanksgiving with my sister and her family who happen to be three Gator swamp graduates.
Enough said.  GO GEORGIA!
DID YOU KNOW ?

COLONIAL GEORGIA FACTS

Traveling, even fifteen miles, from London east to Gravesend was full of hazards and discomfort.  Most of the roads were more like pig’s trails and bandits frequently attacked the passengers, hoping for monetary gains.
The coaches with two benches held six people with the hired driver sitting up front.  They had no springs to  cushion the ride.  Usually all the family’s earthly goods were stored at  the back of the coach.  Their speed of travel was four miles an hour in good conditions.