Who’s Gabbing and Who’s Gushing

Manhunter Realizations: Book Two Of The Manhunter Chronicles by H. F. Daniels

Posted on September 25, 2016 by Gina McKnight, Sister #5281

It is now the year 2090 and the world is still recovering from the plague that devastated mankind half a century ago only to now be faced with a new threat.

Conrad Hutchins is a Manhunter. A late 21st century bounty hunter who up until a few months ago had lived a happy adventurous, albeit dangerous life. Catch the bad guys, bring them in, get paid. His assignment a few months ago was to catch a monstrous killer and bring him in for justice.

The job was supposed to be a simple one. That is until he found out that the killer was a true to life, right out of the worst nightmare real "Monster" ... Read more →

A collage of Barns

Posted on September 24, 2016 by MaryBeth Schwartz, Sister #46

I may have shown this collage before but here it is again. I like it and hope you do too. From Stanwood and the Skagit Valley ... Read more →

Easy Way to Juice Fruits For Later Use

Posted on September 25, 2016 by Dolly Sarrio, Sister #3883

Manhunter Revelations: Book One Of The Manhunter Chronicles by H. F. Daniels

Posted on September 25, 2016 by Gina McKnight, Sister #5281

The year is 2089. The world is still recovering from the inhuman plague that killed over 90% of the human population 48 years ago.

The northwest town of Woodspirit is under attack. A number of women in the town have been viciously killed while being torn apart. The local police have been unable to catch this killer and have lost men in the process. The killer attacks have been so brutal that only a man with a truly monsterous nature could commit such acts.

Conrad Hutchins is a "Manhunter". A late 21st century bounty hunter who brings the worst of the worst in for justice ... Read more →

Chicken Scratch~ Lending A Farm Hand

Posted on September 25, 2016 by Mica Garbarino, Sister #6985

It was a fun week to be able to lend a hand on our Farmer Friends Homestead. Tending to the chickens and gathering veggies from their garden and collecting the hen's eggs for our homestead has truly been a blessing to my family. Despite my being very ill with an upper respiratory infection and flu, I still did my job. I loved every minute of it ... Read more →