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Newspapers offer such a breadth of information. All kinds of stuff falls into your brain when you read a newspaper or surf the internet. But I’m a print fan, so this is a giant Thank-you post to newspapers.

And this weeks five interesting bits of info:

A BIRD, the bar-tailed godwit flies from the Yukon delta in the Arctic to New Zealand, a journey of more than 7000 miles, the longest non-stop over water bird migration. The arctic tern is no slouch, shuttling from the Arctic to Antarctica.

Great Magazine Gifts for your Gardening Friends according to Nancy Szerlag in the Detroit News.
Country Gardens
Fine gardening
Garden Designs
The American Gardener
Garden Gate

The Keystone Pipeline leaked 210,000 of Canadian crude into the South Dakota grasslands this week. This follows a 2011 spill in North Dakota and a 2016 spill in South Dakota. They will need to excavate to repair the Keystone. It is 10 years old.

The Museum of the Bible opens this week in Washington, D. C. It houses more than 500 biblical artifacts and texts and the world’s largest private collection of retired Torah scrolls.

Versatile Michigan actor Jeff Daniels stars in Godless out Wednesday on Netflix in which he plays a vicious villain. The Western is a series. Love westerns, hate spooky bad people portrayed in dramas filled with inhumanity. I’m a Daniels fan, but I don’t know about this one.

Yes, I surf the internet on my phone, but newpapers are one of my favorite kinds of reading!

Thinking about reading, I picked up Ron Chernow’s Grant this weekend on hold for me at the library. It’s almost too heavy to carry. Since I’m already deep in two long and challenging reads, I’m not sure when, or if I’ll be reading much of Grant. That’s what is hard about library holds. Books never seem available at the right time.

Today I must do many things other than reading. So I’m posting early on readeatlive.com

Thanks for visiting. Do tell your favorite kind of reading.