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dragonsfly Posted on: 09-Feb-2007, 09:17 AM

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Rindy thanks for this thread. I've been interrested in Falconry since I was ....ooohhh bout 13 or so Cornell University ~ Ornithology & had done some vol. work at an east coast Conservation Society & 2 Audubon Societies, rehab. inc. just on the smaller birds, animals & reptiles though.

Red Feather...I have since moved from my childhood home & have aquired 6 + acres & a ton of free time. There is a Falconry School which does offer a certification course within a few hours of me and also a Raptor Center. What are your thoughts an these?
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dragonsfly Posted on: 01-Dec-2006, 03:07 AM

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Oh... Me next jumpin' up ~ n ~ down laugh.gif . This one was made by my grammy & sent afew years back to my as a special day treat.
The recipe is from the Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village,New Gloucester, Me. They do have a mail order cat. on the I~net if you want to order their Rose Water.
The cookie is a rich, light, velvety texture cookie with a hint of hint of Roses. It's one of my favorites at any time of the year.

1 cup butter 1/2 tsp. cream of tartar
1 cup sugar 2 tbsp. Rose Water
2 eggs beaten light & fluffy 1/2 cup chopped orange or lemon zest
1 tsp. baking soda 1/2 cup raisins
2 3/4 cup flour pinch o' salt
Add additional raisins for decorations

Cream butter & sugar, add beaten eggs.
Add flour, baking soda, cream o' tartar.
Mix well.
Add Rose Water, fruit zest, salt & raisins.
Blend well into mixture.
Drop onto greased cookie sheet. Dot with a raisin. Bake in oven at 375* for 20min. being extremely careful not to burn them.

Best Wishes Throughout This Holiday Season & ENJOY wink.gif !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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dragonsfly Posted on: 08-Oct-2006, 09:06 AM

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I've been doin' research on my livin' granda [born:Scott/Irish]and he was adopted only days old. His birth name is on his birth cert. my request to obtain was denied [which I totally respect]. I know his surname but not his parents line. I have listened to my granma tell the stories and pieced a highly likely line. What protocal would a genealogist follow? Is his adopted line considered his genealogical line or is his birth line still considered his genealogical line? Although I would not consider his adopted line a true line - he does. I'm doin' the genealogy to find somewhere I belong, the history to be "proud" of, my 'ROOTS", which is, for me anyway, the same but completely differant from the security of what he had with his adopted family and he has no interest of finding out about his birth parents.
I am joenzin' to continue but not sure on which direction to go in. I hope there's someone out there that can help or point me in the right direction to get me closer to the answers to continue and Many.....Many........THANKS......to all of you.......

Please bear with my posts im new to them & learnin'.......
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