Search:

Type: Posts; User: bikesnick

Page 1 of 19 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.14 seconds.

  1. Replies
    431
    Views
    155,416

    Gallows Road new bridge over Route 66 (Dunn Loring, VA)

    25396

    The North bound traffic lanes are open.

    25397

    The sidewalk/bikelane(?) is not open.
    It is at road level with no curb.
  2. komorebi, Thank you for creating and leading...

    komorebi,
    Thank you for creating and leading this ride. It was great fun to learn about and see interesting sites in Alexandria. And it was a very 'entertaining' ride.
  3. Replies
    2
    Views
    517

    I am so sorry to read this and hope you, and the...

    I am so sorry to read this and hope you, and the 10 year old, are not hurt.
  4. komorebi, Once again, thank you an informative...

    komorebi,
    Once again, thank you an informative fun ride, on a beautiful day, too! Also thank you to Carolyn for leading the 0900 ride.
  5. Replies
    606
    Views
    45,120

    Catie, It is at 1904 Kirby Rd, McLean, VA...

    Catie,
    It is at 1904 Kirby Rd, McLean, VA.
  6. Replies
    130
    Views
    13,746

    Congratulations!

    Thank you to all 19 people who played. I really enjoyed reading your entries and seeing the pictures. I learned many new things (actually that was part of my goal hosting this competition) and now...
  7. Replies
    3,050
    Views
    240,049

    subanagram == "ladders", the thing 25250

    subanagram == "ladders", the thing
    25250
  8. Replies
    263
    Views
    31,600

    Jessie Rupert

    Jessie Rupert, while living in pro-Confederacy Virginia during the Civil War, taught African Americans to read and write (which was illegal), flew the American flag, burned a Confederate flag, and...
  9. Replies
    3,050
    Views
    240,049

    3 blue boxes 25223

    3 blue boxes
    25223
  10. Replies
    263
    Views
    31,600

    Susie King Taylor

    Susie King Taylor, enslaved at birth in Georgia, escaped to an island controlled by Union forces and became the first Black teacher to openly teach freed African American students (children and...
  11. Replies
    3,050
    Views
    240,049

    4-leaf clover and rainbow 25207

    4-leaf clover and rainbow
    25207
  12. Replies
    263
    Views
    31,600

    Mary Stevens Jenkins

    Mary Stevens Jenkins served as a soldier in the Civil War. She enlisted in a Pennsylvania regiment while still a schoolgirl, remained in the army two years, received several wounds, and was...
  13. Replies
    263
    Views
    31,600

    Belle Reynolds

    Belle Reynolds was a nurse during the Civil War, including at the Battle of Shiloh. She traveled with her husbandís regiment for almost the entire war. For her service, the governor of Illinois...
  14. Replies
    3,050
    Views
    240,049

    Safety Panda 25183

    Safety Panda
    25183
  15. Replies
    606
    Views
    45,120

    Today I went to see murals that other people...

    Today I went to see murals that other people posted here. I saw "I'm Speaking", Amanda Gorman, the wave, and the flower in Georgetown.
    The map below caught my eye.
    25151
  16. Replies
    263
    Views
    31,600

    Francis Elizabeth Quinn

    Francis Elizabeth Quinn was a soldier in the Union Army during the Civil War. She enlisted five separate times using different male names, including giving a false name as her true name when...
  17. Replies
    3,050
    Views
    240,049

    This scavenger hunt has been fun - one day it's...

    This scavenger hunt has been fun - one day it's find a blooming flower and a few days later it's Christmas decorations.
    And we find them! Thanks so much.
    25149
  18. Replies
    263
    Views
    31,600

    Rebecca Lee (Crumpler)

    [submitted on 12 March 2021]

    Rebecca Lee was the first Black woman to receive a doctor of medicine degree in the US. During the Civil War she practiced in Boston, serving poor African American...
  19. Replies
    263
    Views
    31,600

    Beth, I have been trying to highlight people...

    Beth,
    I have been trying to highlight people from the Civil War that might not be as well known as others. To find people, I have looked through records of Medal of Honor winners, nurses, spies,...
  20. Replies
    263
    Views
    31,600

    Apologies. I have removed the post and hashtag....

    Apologies. I have removed the post and hashtag. My submission was based on the following line from Wikipedia:
    "Married to Wyatt Lee at that time, she was identified as Mrs. Rebecca Lee by the...
  21. Replies
    606
    Views
    45,120

    Yardart

    This really tall tree sculpture looks to be topped with a cormorant(?). It is in a very large yard, behind a very high fence, and (maybe) contains a sand volleyball court.

    Along Kirby Road in...
  22. Replies
    3,050
    Views
    240,049

    Rosalind Franklin

    Rosalind Franklin was a British chemist. One of her X-ray crystallography images, shared without her permission, allowed James Watson and Francis Crick to deduce the double helix form of DNA. She was...
  23. Replies
    263
    Views
    31,600

    Johnny Evans

    Johnny Evans was the assumed name of Mary Owens when she enlisted in the Union Army in the Civil War. She enlisted with her husband, William Evans, posing as his brother. Her husband died in battle,...
  24. Replies
    263
    Views
    31,600

    Sally Louisa Tompkins

    Sally Louisa Tompkins was a nurse, the first woman to be formally inducted into an army in the US, and possibly the only woman commissioned in the Confederate Army. She opened a privately sponsored...
  25. Replies
    3,050
    Views
    240,049

    A 4 stacked umbrellas water fountain (not on yet)...

    A 4 stacked umbrellas water fountain (not on yet) and 4 insideout umbrella lights
    25096
Results 1 to 25 of 454
Page 1 of 19 1 2 3 4