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Early Bird on Race Street

Lambertville, Race Street, New Jerset, Hunterdon County

Bill Brokaw was the heart and soul of The Photographers Group. After two long years apart, it was remarkable for the Hunterdon County photographic community to come together to pay tribute to Bill at his studio in Frenchtown. I did not know Bill well. We met online during the pandemic when he reached out to the Princeton Photograph Club for participation in a Hunterdon Barns, Bridges and Buildings Photo Project for the Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce. Jennifer Bubb Brown…

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Readington Brewery and Hop Farm

Readington,Hunterdon County,Readington Brewery and Hop Farm

The Readington Brewery & Hop Farm recently opened in the borough of Readington in Hunterdon County. It’s rare to have a new brewery open in this area. We looked at the tap list before making the trip but did not have high hopes that we would enjoy the ales. Our misgivings were confirmed. I rate the Kombucha inspired ale a 0.1/5, the lowest rating you can give a beer on Untappd. Up until now, my lowest-rated beer was a Corona.…

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CCSP!

Bhavna

Saturday 18 September 2021 A few weeks ago, after several months of study and hours of practise tests, I was scheduled to sit the Cloud Certified Security Professional (CCSP) on 28 August. To build my career and prove my skills, I wanted to earn a globally recognised cloud security certification. But the testing centre had some issues with the roof, the testing centre cancelled the test last minute, and I had to reschedule for 18 September. I was disappointed but…

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Winter Friday at Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge

NOTE: I started writing this post in January 2021, abandoned it only and completed it today. I moved the blinds aside and peeked out the window. I wanted to do this, but the air looked cold and windy. I enjoyed this off my to-do list, and I needed a sense of accomplishment. I dressed rapidly in the dim light and said a quiet good morning to Sir Alphonso Mango. The younger cat always waited eagerly for me at the bedroom…

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