Cookie Policy

  1. does not set cookies.

  2. Third parties services are provided by Google Maps, Flickr Photos, Twitter, Cookie Consent, and Amazon Web Services.

    a. Amazon Web Services does not set cookies.

    b. Google Maps, Flickr, and Twitter may set cookies. Refrain from using our site or disable cookies in the web browser if you desire to prevent that activity.

    c. Ironically, the Cookie Consent notification software must also set a cookie on the computer to record that acknowledgement has been made to the alert that the site uses cookies. If browser cache is cleared, then the notice will appear again.

    • If your web browser settings are configured to accept cookies and our site is accessed, this is taken as your consent to this activity.

    • To disable cookies, consult the applicable vendor documentation for instructions.

    • Google, Flickr, and Twitter functionality might be impacted if cookies are not stored.

Privacy Policy

  1. does not collect personally identifiable information without voluntary consent.

    The Contact page Google Form records name, email, optional phone number, and message when voluntarily submitted. The data is used to reply to questions or comments. The IP address is included with the message. Information is not shared with advertising networks, third parties, or used to pay sales commission.

  2. uses the following services to improve content for our users: Google Maps, Flickr, and Twitter.

    The configurations of these services have not been customized nor does have an affiliation or agreement with any of the companies.

  3. Amazon Web Services, the hosting company, creates log files of web server activity.

    This data is used to identify issues and provide visibility into users of the site. By using this website, you consent to processing this data in the manner and for the purposes set out above.

  4. The following information is logged:

    • Referrer - The value of the HTTP Referrer header, if present. HTTP user-agents (for example, browsers) typically set this header to the URL of the linking or embedding page when making a request.
    • Remote IP - The apparent internet address of the requester. Intermediate proxies and firewalls might obscure the actual address of the machine making the request.
    • Request ID - A string generated by Amazon S3 to uniquely identify each request.
    • Request-URI - The Request-URI part of the HTTP request message.
    • Time - The time at which the request was received; these dates and times are in Coordinated Universal time (UTC).
    • TLS version - The Transport Layer Security (TLS) version negotiated by the client. The value is one of following: TLSv1, TLSv1.1, TLSv1.2; or - if TLS wasn't used.
    • User-Agent - The value of the HTTP User-Agent header.