Claude Lindsay Yowell and Kathy Ravenel. They both liked books.
William Stone Weedon (July 5, 1908 – May 13, 1984), was a scholar, university professor (philosophy, mathematics, logic, linguistic analysis), and U.S. Navy Officer.
William Weedon was an individual not bound by conventions. He was a member of the Albemarle Garden Club at a time when the club had only one other male member. He won a Blue Ribbon Prize in a flower arrangement contest by placing a solitary rose inside a horse’s skull.– Wikipedia
Opossums have 50 teeth, more than any other North American land mammal.
Opossums have 13 nipples, arranged in a circle of 12 with one in the middle.
An early description of the opossum comes from explorer John Smith, who wrote in Map of Virginia, with a Description of the Countrey, the Commodities, People, Government and Religion in 1608 that “An Opassom hath an head like a Swine, and a taile like a Rat, and is of the bignes of a Cat. Under her belly she hath a bagge, wherein she lodgeth, carrieth, and sucketh her young.”– Wikipedia
Floyd’s Pontiac, hanging with Holsteins. Madison County, Virginia.
actually, she never did. She was positive. (For Mr. Markowski’s photo class.)