When U.S. citizens denounce their country it currently costs them $450.00. With a record number of citizens living abroad and opting out of being a U.S. citizen the U.S. State Department announced it’s going to cost them more.
If you visited Disney World or Disneyland in the early days of the parks and you visit Disney today, you will see quite a few changes in the park. Some of the early rides and attractions are gone forever. There was a day on the monorail you could sit up front with the driver simply by asking, but that is no longer allowed.
It looks like it is going to be a terrific fall foliage season in Maine this year. The Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry says conditions in the northernmost part of Maine are prime for very low leaf drop and subtle color changes.
You can now send you kids to summer camp in North Korea. Starting a few days ago the 30 year old Songdowon International Children’s Camp opened for young children to enjoy. The camp is mostly for children from communist countries but kids from all over are invited
Can you believe the Mars rover ‘Opportunity’ has been on Mars since 2004? Seems like only yesterday! The rover has set a new record on the red planet; it has become the furthest traveled wheeled vehicle on another planet.
It was a happy reunion for Rebecca Ehalt and her 9 year old Schnauzer, Casey. Rebecca, from Murrysville, Pennsylvania, moved overseas to Slovenia for work and had to leave her beloved dog behind with family, but Casey never forgot Rebecca.
In this day and age of technology, your smart phone probably has more capabilities than the first space ship to go to the moon, but on July 20th 1969, an American made the first footprints on the moon’s surface. This Sunday, July 20th marks the 45th anniversary of Apollo 11 landing on the moon.
I’m going to be on vacation the week of July 21st and I am staying in state so I was looking for some ‘different’ places to visit, and I found some. Did you know Maine has a desert? It’s in Freeport not too far off I-295. It’s called, ‘Desert of Maine’.
Seven year old Emily Heaton wanted to be a princess and dad, Jeremiah, made it happen. After doing an online search he found an 800 square mile unclaimed patch of land in the African desert and planted a flag, making himself king and Emily princess.
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