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Can you swim at Pakim pond?
Trixie’s first swimming lesson. We repeated this unsatisfying experiment several times and then decided to find cleaner water, Pakim Pond (posted NO SWIMMING ALLOWED) smelled bad like rotting vegetation.
Why is it called Mount Misery NJ?
Locals have called the area Mount Misery for centuries but you will never find it written that way on any map. It got its name because of its unfarmable land and the steep hills. To many travelers this was a miserable trip and hence the name.
Who owns Mount Misery now?
Donald H. Rumsfeld
The fight took place at the farmer’s home, a relatively modest brick manor called Mount Misery. Today, the five-bedroom home is owned by U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld, who bought it in 2003, as a weekend retreat, for $1.5 million.
Where is Mount Misery House?
Donald Rumsfeld Selling Maryland Home Known as ‘Mount Misery’ for $2.45M. Here’s a “known known”: Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld is letting go of his vacation home in St. Michaels, MD. The Eastern Shore residence, which Rumsfeld, 87, picked up in 2003 for $1.5 million, is on the market for $2.45 million.
What happened Rumsfeld?
Rumsfeld gradually lost political support and resigned in late 2006. In his retirement years, he published an autobiography, Known and Unknown, as well as Rumsfeld’s Rules: Leadership Lessons in Business, Politics, War, and Life. He died on June 29, 2021, at the age of 88.
What happened between Frederick Douglass and Edward Covey?
On a hot day in August 1833, Mr. Douglass collapsed in the field. Seeing him crawling along the yard, Mr. Covey kicked him savagely and beat him with a board.
Is Rumsfeld still alive?
Donald Rumsfeld/Living or Deceased
Why is Douglass with MR Covey?
Mr. Covey is a poor white farmer with a reputation of being an effective slave-breaker. When farmers have a troublesome slave, they send him to Covey. Rather than tell anyone else that one of his slaves stood up to him, he keeps it a secret (and lets Douglass get away with it).