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Pander op schoot

3-3-18 Pander op schoot [paneel 4,24 * 1,50 meter]

wok de mallejan maarseveen

4-3-18 Restaurant De Mallejan, Maarseveen

huisconcert kockengen

4-3-18 Huisconcert bij Siebe en Marijke [paneel 11 bij 3,73 meter] Kockengen

Vandaag één jaar Panz Pander van Meije Zegveld

Vandaag één jaar Panz Pander van Meije Zegveld

Pander Panz Pander is vandaag jarig

Pander Panz Pander is vandaag jarig

Log Morgenlach: Orientation for a journey from Arlington, VA on the U.S. Route 15 and U.S. Route 29 to Franklin, NC


Alexandria also called The City of Alexandria is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia. As of the2010 census, the population was 139,966,[3] and in 2014, the population was estimated to be 150,575.[4]


Located along the western bank of the Potomac River, Alexandria is approximately 7 miles (11 km) south of downtown Washington, D.C.


The historic center of Alexandria is known as Old Town. With its concentration of boutiques, restaurants, antique shops and theaters, it is a major draw for tourists. Like Old Town, many Alexandria neighborhoods are compact, walkable, high-income suburbs of Washington, D.C. It is the 7th largest and highest-income independent city in Virginia.

Old Town, Alexandria, VA

Arlington, VA


Arlington County is a county in the Commonwealth of Virginia. It is coterminous with the U.S. Census Bureau-census-designated place of Arlington, which is the second-largest principal city of the Washington metropolitan area.[1] As a result, the county is often referred to in the region simply as "Arlington" or "Arlington, Virginia". In 2014, the county's population was estimated to be 229,302,[2] which would make it the fourth-largest city in the Commonwealth if it were incorporated as such.


The land that became Arlington was originally donated by Virginia to the United States government to form part of the new federal capital district of Columbia. On February 27, 1801, a year after moving from the temporary National Capital at Philadelphia to the City of Washington, the United States Congress organized the area as a subdivision of the District named Alexandria County. In 1846, Congress returned the land southwest of the Potomac River donated by Virginia due to issues involving Congressional representation and the abolition of slavery. The General Assembly of Virginia changed the county's name to Arlington in 1920 to avoid confusion with the adjacent City of Alexandria.


The county is situated in Northern Virginia on the south bank of the Potomac River directly across from Washington, D.C. Arlington is also bordered by Fairfax County and Falls Church to the northwest, west and southwest, and the City of Alexandria to the southeast. With a land area of 26 square miles (67 km2), Arlington is the geographically smallest self-governing county in the United States, and due to state law regarding population density, has no other incorporated towns within its borders.

museum washington09

Museum of Natural History [ Foto door Luciana Couto op Flickr]

Museum of Natural History, Washington DC, USA...all Smithsonian Museums on The all are FREE!

Lab Mazuma @ Log Morgenlach

Virtuele panelen van Lab Mazuma, 2018

U.S. Route 15 (US 15) is a 791.71 mi (1,274.13 km)-long United States highway, designated along South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New York. The route is signed north–south, from U.S. Route 17 Alternate in Walterboro, South Carolina to Interstate 86 and NY 17 in Painted Post, New York.

US 15 is one of the original United States Highways from 1926.

U.S. Route 29 (US 29) is a north–south United States highway that runs for 1,036 miles (1,667 km) from Pensacola, Florida to the western suburbs of Baltimore, Maryland. This highway's southern terminus is at US 90 and US 98 in Pensacola, Florida. Its northern terminus is at Maryland Route 99 in Ellicott City, Maryland.

The section of US 29 between Greensboro, North Carolina, and Danville, Virginia, has been designated as Future Interstate 785 and has received "Future Interstate" signs in several locations along that route. It will become an official Interstate Highway once improvements have been completed.

From Tuskegee, Alabama to Greensboro, North Carolina, Interstate 85 (I-85) runs parallel with US 29, which along that stretch, serves primarily as a local route.




Virginia for lovers: Arlington

Holidays in Virginia

Virginia for lovers: Clarcksville

Winnie the Pooh

  How sweet to be a Cloud

  Floating in the Blue!

  Every little cloud

  Always sings aloud

  "How sweet to be a Cloud

  Floating in the Blue!"

  It makes him very proud

  To be a little cloud.


  [A.A. Milne]





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Eemslag (Eemlander Slag) is de verzamelnaam van een aantal door elkaar lopende vriendenkringen, in de '70 jaren ontstaan rond een kleine kern vrienden die in de Noordbuurt van Eemnes zijn komen wonen. De kern bestaat uit: Carin Greve, Dan Greve, Eric van der Ploeg, Erik Vermeij, Fritz van Meer, Hansje de Ruiter, Ien de Jong, Joanna Greve,Frans Hemper, Kees de Jong, Martine McNabola, Marion Broekhuizen, Liesbeth Vis, Nini Brüchner, Reinier Hondelink, Thed Brans en Wivica Greve. Later zijn daar vrienden, vriendinnen, partners en verwanten bijgekomen als André Smet, Arthur Vehmasto, Debbie Wijnands, Dick Roelofs, Dorien Walraven, Egbert de Rooy, Ellen Scholten, Eric van der Ploeg,  Geoff McNabola, Jha Mazuma, Kees-Jan Blok, Marijke van Lankeren, en Marja de Vries. En natuurlijk de kinderen Aino Vehmasto, Arja en Bas Roelofs, Bo-Joe Brans, Boris Vermeij, Dieuwer Hondelink, Iwan Vermeij, Jason McNabola, Jojanneke Blok, Kaisa en Suvi Vehmasto, Lieke de Jong, Liza Mc Nabola, Marleen Blok, Rosa Vermeij, Ryan McNabola, Sanne Roelofs, Sara Gina Brans, Tijs Roelofs, Thomas de Jong, Zoë en Ziggy van der Ploeg en Dieuwer Hondelink. De Morgenlach c.s. / E'media 1998 De Morgenlach c.s. / E'media 1998 De Morgenlach c.s. / E'media 1998