No, I'm not on vacation, but I was a couple weeks ago. We went to Washington D.C. and Baltimore because we could stay for free at my sister-in-laws house. And we had never visited them at their home in Silver Spring.
In case you missed it, the Perkins Township trustees named Ken Klamar as their new chief of police on Tuesday night. He was sworn in to a packed audience including his family, friends and fellow officers.
I was recently at my alma mater Ohio University in Athens, Ohio and at my favorite photojournalism school, VisCom. The School of Visual Communication at O.U. is one of the best in the country and they have faculty with professional experience from all avenues of visual media.
Actually, there never really was two eaglets in the nest at the Old Dutch Tavern in Perkins Township. I was given bad information. According to Glenn Biglin, who I would consider the "official" photographer of the nest, there were originally two eggs in the nest.
I stopped by the most-watched tree in Perkins Township on Wednesday afternoon. The eaglet at the Old Dutch nest is growing fast, so much so that when I arrived mom was sitting outside the nest on a neighboring branch and dad was nowhere to be found.