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    ashland
  • A city in north central Ohio; pop. 20,079

  • A city in northeastern Kentucky, on the Ohio River; pop. 21,981. It is a center of the area's coal industry

  • Ashland is a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's 'L' system, serving the Orange Line.

  • Ashland is the name of the plantation of the nineteenth-century Kentucky statesman Henry Clay , located in Lexington, Kentucky, in the central Bluegrass region of the state. It is a registered National Historic Landmark.

  • Ashland (also Ashland/Lake) is an 'L' station on the CTA's Green and Pink Lines. It is an elevated station with two side platforms, located in Chicago's Near West Side neighborhood at 1601 West Lake Street.





    addison
  • The following is a list and description of Beanie Babies made by Ty, Inc. This list is heavily incomplete.

  • Addison is a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's 'L' system, serving the Blue Line. It is also the only station whose coordinates are equal. (3600 N/3600 W) It is the first station in the median of the Kennedy Expressway.

  • A village in northeastern Illinois, northwest of Chicago; pop. 32,058

  • Billed as "the Mercedes of the tri-car world", the Addison was an English automobile built in Liverpool in 1906. The 6? hp (5 kW) two-cylinder engine was controlled by variable-lift inlet valves.





    florist
  • someone who grows and deals in flowers; "the florist made up an attractive bouquet"

  • a shop where flowers and ornamental plants are sold

  • A person who sells and arranges plants and cut flowers

  • (floral) resembling or made of or suggestive of flowers; "an unusual floral design"











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Ashland (Images of America) (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))


Ashland (Images of America) (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))



What is known as Ashland today was historically less of a destination than a crossroads. Native Americans had passed through the valley for centuries, often establishing small villages. Farmers in search of new lands followed the Applegate Trail, bringing their wagons through the area on their way north to the fertile Willamette Valley. Gold seekers, coming and going to California, or on their way to the nearby tent town called Table Rock City (Jacksonville), came through as well. A handful of men, though, some fresh from the California goldfields, sought a more stable way of making a living and decided that outfitting those afflicted with gold fever might prove more profitable. Over time, mills, a Chautauqua, a lithia water experiment, a railroad terminal, a college, and finally an award-winning Shakespeare festival with an eight-and-a-half-month season, coupled with numerous A“best places to retireA” articles, have culminated in Ashland becoming a destination in itself.










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Insane Ashland Vikings




Insane Ashland Vikings





"Vikkings World"

Alleys near Augusta & Ashland



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Ashland Main St




Ashland Main St





Ashland main street on a Saturday afternoon.









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The Last Seer and the Tomb of Enoch







Can a ghost haunt more than your home? Can a Sasquatch track more than footprints?

Aubrey Taylor's quaint and cozy life in the subdued, Appalachian town of Lake Julian had never been exceptional. Shouldered by his lifelong friends, Buzz Reiselstein and Rodriqa Auerbach, he quietly endured the puerile punishments of a persistent pack of pesky bullies that included the most-feared kid in school, Magnos Strumgarten, and his own obnoxiously, well-accomplished brother, Gaetan. Comfortable in his humdrum niche of the absolutely average, Aubrey never pushed back.

Until...fate dug a little too deep...and the unseen darkness of unspoken places rattled his mediocrity.

When spurious specters and elusive mountain men battle for a tomb of Watchers, buried in ages past, only those who choose to look beyond the surface feel the grip of the ancients' revenge. Unusual disappearances, a colorful cadre of insightful townsfolk and a whirlwind of blunders and mishaps exposes the struggling forces that transform Aubrey and his friends into more than spectators amidst the oldest war of all.

Prepare yourself to see the unseen as you've never seen it before.

The Last Seer and the Tomb of Enoch is Ashland Menshouse's debut novel. Ashland Menshouse received a Bachelor's degree from Georgetown College in Georgetown, Kentucky. He obtained a doctoral degree from the University of Kentucky and completed post-doctoral studies at Emory University. He currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia, where he spends most of his time working with ill and injured children. Current projects include this novel's sequel, The Last Guardian and the Keeper of the Magi.


Can a ghost haunt more than your home? Can a Sasquatch track more than footprints?

Aubrey Taylor's quaint and cozy life in the subdued, Appalachian town of Lake Julian had never been exceptional. Shouldered by his lifelong friends, Buzz Reiselstein and Rodriqa Auerbach, he quietly endured the puerile punishments of a persistent pack of pesky bullies that included the most-feared kid in school, Magnos Strumgarten, and his own obnoxiously, well-accomplished brother, Gaetan. Comfortable in his humdrum niche of the absolutely average, Aubrey never pushed back.

Until...fate dug a little too deep...and the unseen darkness of unspoken places rattled his mediocrity.

When spurious specters and elusive mountain men battle for a tomb of Watchers, buried in ages past, only those who choose to look beyond the surface feel the grip of the ancients' revenge. Unusual disappearances, a colorful cadre of insightful townsfolk and a whirlwind of blunders and mishaps exposes the struggling forces that transform Aubrey and his friends into more than spectators amidst the oldest war of all.

Prepare yourself to see the unseen as you've never seen it before.

The Last Seer and the Tomb of Enoch is Ashland Menshouse's debut novel. Ashland Menshouse received a Bachelor's degree from Georgetown College in Georgetown, Kentucky. He obtained a doctoral degree from the University of Kentucky and completed post-doctoral studies at Emory University. He currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia, where he spends most of his time working with ill and injured children. Current projects include this novel's sequel, The Last Guardian and the Keeper of the Magi.










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