I always wanted one of these so I could bother people
This is early early Michigan History and extremely interesting. Pack a lunch because it’s a long well written story by my 3rd Great Grandfather. Better yet, download it and save it forever and a day!! This story is the memorial biography of Hon. Rix Robinson and can be found on find a grave. Although, the way it’s presented here is a billion times better. At least!!
I’ve been messing around with Acrobat Pro DC Version 2015 blaa, blaa, and it’s a very cool program. I’m creating PDF’s from scans, converting photos to PDF, combining PDF’s into one file and learning all kinds of stuff that I’ll forget later on.
I’ve also been messing around with Adobe Bridge, a digital asset management program that works excellent with Adobe Photoshop. These programs are incredible and the learning curve goes up to infinity. Seriously, the techies are in another universe.
I looked around different portfolios on Behance and It’s another world of creativity and art. Absolutely awesome and amazing to put it mildly.
OK, now I will change the subject to some more interesting stuff.
Source for the Lee Withey Estate photo— Withey Archives
Newspaper clippings from way back in the good old days when sailboats were made out of wood.
|The “Windigo” a 73 foot S&S yawl. This is another sailboat that my father was involved with. A beautiful sailing yacht.|