From the very beginning of the VirtualBoxwell blog, we have made an effort to note critical information about the photos we use. This included a “title” of the photo, who the photo belonged to, dimensions, and year. It is essential to the work that we do that this information be noted.
However, WordPress has updated to the point where this information is no longer publicly available. Previously, you could click on a photo and get the critical information we were providing. This is no longer possible.
So, going forward, we will provide this information as part of posting. If there is any photo in the Boxwell News blog that you would like to know the background on, please let us know. We will happily provide this information as we never intended it to not be public.
Greetings all! If you’re in the Cookeville area, I will be giving my presentation on the History of Boxwell in ONE WEEK. On Monday, October 10 at 7pm, I will be at Vol State’s Cookeville Higher Education Campus (CHEC) at 1000 Neal Street in Room 224. I’ll be giving the talk and selling and signing books.
This is a great opportunity to see those of you a little outside the immediate Nashville Area. I’ll hope you’ll come out!
First, the CubWorld Map was updated. We replaced Council Rock with Hackney Pavilion and corrected a showerhouse oversight. CubWorld only has two showerhouses. One is now designated as just for adults and one just for youth. Our map notes now reflect that reality and notes on each area now point to the nearest (relative) latrine instead of nearest showerhouse. Visit the CubWorld Map here: http://www.virtualboxwell.org/cubworld.php
Second, as we are now in the third quarter of the year, we have updated the banner image. Below is the original photo. As you can tell, we did a little editing to create a more visually pleasing image. In other words, we made it look better.
Just a reminder: Grady Eades (the VirtualBoxwell guy) will be wrapping up his spring book tour on the history of Boxwell. These are the final presentations this spring, so now’s your chance to come see the show! There will be a presentation on the camp’s history with books for sale (and signing) afterward.
Tuesday, May 31, 2022 at 5pm Gallatin Public Library Gallatin, TN
Thursday, June 2, 2022 at 7pm Linebaugh Public Library Murfreesboro, TN
Here’s a little local promotion from the Murfreesboro Voice: