TS | ST | Daily Note for September 8, 2021

Daily Diary Note for September 8, 2021 used with permission from Storey Tarris UK

Key Words Suggestions and phrases for September 8, 2021:

  • 114 day countdown
  • Barn Fires – (1727 Burwell UK) Fire Safety
  • Lady Elgin Sinks on Lake Michigan – Wooden hulled side-wheel steam ship references “Clinton”
  • 1888 – First Six football League matches played for the English Football League.
  • 1892 – The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag: “I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” Recited for the first time.
  • Hurricane Season – Great Galveston Hurricane
  • 1916 –  Augusta and Adeline Van Buren arrives in Los Angeles, completing a 60-day, 5,500 mile cross-country trip.
  • 1935 – Louisiana Huey Long is fatally shot in the Louisiana (Oil?)
  • 1945 – The division of Korea begins.
  • 1966 – Star Trek premieres
  • 1974 – US President Gerald Ford signs the pardon of Richard Nixon 
  • International Literacy Day
  • World Physical Therapy Day

Random Video Inspired topics suggestions – Video A Virtual Tour of Castle Howard – YouTube September 9, 2021

  • The Grand Tour
  • Distemper
  • Ill health is an occupational risk for all travelers
  • Robery is a danger – Window casements
  • Anxiety crossing mountains
  • Grand Shopping Expedition
  • How much did you pay?
  • Itemised expenses
  • Paint a portrait
  • Load of Treasures
  • Flattened by a coach
  • An opinionated account
  • Wade with you through deep waters.
  • Complain about conditions.
  • Traveling Tea Set.
  • How to make tea for guests.
  • Walk inside the Ruins.
  • 100 days
  • Don’t cut your tour short.
  • Return through Switzerland
  • Serious collecting – Scenery
  • Bird’s Eye View
  • Interest and of Value
  • What was Left Behind
  • Fill the House
  • Leave Something Behind – A little bit of yourself to draw you back again.
  • Passports
  • Distance and Time
  • Armchair Traveling through History