I know on busy&cold spring days like today, I will think back on this memory and my soul will fill with the warmth of these sunny afternoons, lost on Cumberland Island in a dream called Greyfield Inn

Cumberland Gap is situated on the Kentucky-Virginia boundary approximately one-quarter mile north of the point where Kentucky, Virginia, and Tennessee meet. Indians used Cumberland Gap as a gateway through the mountains before the arrival of the white man. Sand Cave is really a vast 250’ wide rock house with large amounts of sand that is like walking on a beach.
White Supremacist Sucker-Punches Black Protester, Says Next Time “Might Have to Kill Him”
John McGraw, 78, of Linden, has been charged with assault and battery and disorderly conduct after authorities say he assaulted a protester who was removed from Wednesday night's Donald Trump rally at Crown Coliseum in Fayetteville.

Did Top Flight not notice the man punched him? Isn’t that assault? Shouldn’t he have been arrested? He blatantly committed a crime in their faces but what do we see? The man who was punched in the face, on the ground and detained. And the so called law enforcement continued to try and stifle his protest. These ‘Rally’s" are more like KKK meetings, I’m so sick of this. #Hate it!

These negligent officers at the rally = Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department.

Call: 910-323-1500



Because sometimes what you needs most is a video (and photos and gifs) of newborn baby goats wearing sweaters. This awesomely adorable trio of Nigerian Dwarf goats (triplets!) were recently born at Sunflower Farm in Cumberland Center, Maine and were dressed in tiny custom-knit sweaters to help keep them warm when the weather turns chilly:

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Armor Garniture of George Clifford (1558 – 1605), Third Earl of Cumberland. Appointed Queen’s Champion in 1590 and was made a Knight of the Garter two years later. A favorite of Queen Elizabeth I, he chose for the decoration of this armor the Tudor rose, the French fleur-de-lis, and the cipher of Elizabeth, two E’s back to back.

Made under the direction of Jacob Halder in 1586.