some cases, you may find that an article or segment contains
the designation "From the Backpack". This basically
means that the material was presented in somae fashion previously.
For most instances, it will involve articles that I bring back
from the original format of In My Backpack, which means
it was likely posted at some time from March of 2003 through
December of 2008. This may also involve things such as: (1)
Materials retrieved from notebooks, papers, and other sources
I've discovered in boxes, cabinets and more around the house.
(2) Items published/posted previously, and I have obtained the
rights to the material.
Interest ~ Columns
published here can be on just about anything.
~ The material in this section is exactly
what it looks like.
~ Ok... yeah... this is easy enough too.
(Thing is, since Terry keeps telling me she has no interest
in columns about sports, the best thing to do was find a special
spot for them separate from the rest.)
~ Two basic things will appear in this
section. The first is just about any type of travel article
I produce, from the diaries that have been here all along to
summaries of trips and other comments. The second is a home
for The Ballpark Tour... reviews and adventures from visits
to baseball stadiums as Dad and I make our way around the country
with the intent of seeing a game played in every stadium.
Diary ~ This area
serves as an archive of the monthly Now Playing columns, which
have been designed as a monthly diary of sorts with links, short
observations, and a less formal presentation than an actual
essay might provide. Since most links to external sites usually
end up not working for any of several reasons, generally only
the most recent twelve calendar months will be available and
active on the In My Backpack web site.
Designs ~ And finally...
Terry's web site. Use this link to get to the home page for
Terry's projects, crafts, and efforts. Well worth a look.
Friends For Local Business
~ The community-driven effort to teach you about your neighborhood
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