Latest Updates 10-24-2004:
I've cleaned up the site a bit -- (actually, a lot--).
I've removed content that is rarely (sometimes never) viewed or used
to make room for some projects I want to pursue, especially the bicycling
section. I've also removed sections of the website that had contained
personal information about myself and family members. The info had been
used a couple of times by "ne'er do wells" to attempt to steal money.
(Really -- Family Trees that are posted at websites are a good source
for information like Mother's Maiden Name!) So, I guess it would be more accurate to call the site Mr.
Stone's Casa or perhaps Mr. Stone's Treehouse since
it probably no longer qualifies as an entire neighborhood -- :-)
Here's what's here:
The OSCAR Study Page
Created in 1996, The OSCAR Study Page was the first species-specific Aquaria website on the internet. It generates between 20 and 30 "hits" per day. An "Oscar" is a South American Amazon-Basin tropical fish that is very popular in the aquarium trade.
I've not worked on this section yet, but provide a couple of good links
to outstanding websites that discuss practical utilitarian bicycling. If
you want to involve yourself in an activity that can keep you fit, save you
money, save the world and generate the most wonderful sensations then start
commuting to work on a bicycle. Take long, liesurely afternoon rides on your
days off; ride in soft, Springtime rains; --You get the picture. Perhaps
I always delay the work on the website because I'm too bizzy riding!
The STONE family website, the Stone reunion page, the Beltran reunion
page, the Stone and Longstreth family trees, Lara's section, links to Apa
Stone Music and Big 8, and the Maranatha House mirror site. Apologies if
you've wandered here in search of any of these sites! But, as discussed
above, there's too little interest and, in some cases, too much personal