Everett Bennett
Milford, Delaware
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Welcome to the website.  It will continue to be a work in progress so check back to view new additions as they are posted.

Last update: JUN 19, 2019

"We have a great opportunity through trivial daily actions to unknowingly have positive far-reaching impact on the lives of others." 
                                                         Everett Bennett
"The only difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra."
                                  Coach Jimmy Johnson
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Latest additions are under the "Pastimes" tab.  Scroll down and I have added several videos of organ music.

Coming soon under the "Pastimes" tab, there will be more about the Space Camp section.


​Over the last several months, I have been working on a new garage project.  It started with having to design the new garage.  I then had to tear down and remove the old steel garage.  It was past its useful life and a new garage had to replace it.  In addition to taking down the old garage, I also had to remove 48' of the old concrete footer and then dig the footings for the new garage.  With the help of "Mr. Kubota," I was able to do a lot of work myself, including all of the electrical.  Pictures are being added under the "Projects" page. More will be added.  Overall, it has been quite an accomplishment.


A new historical exhibit was introduced at Fort Miles.  This display is about the Coastal Patrol Base Two of Civil Air Patrol's operations in WWII.  Rehoboth Airport was the location for Base Two.

The exhibit consists of seven panels relating the history of the unit.  The first panel is an introductory title page and is pictured at left.

Each panel measures 36" wide and is 84" tall.  I provided the research and designed the panels.

Fort Miles had a special event on the weekend of April 30th and the display was introduced as a new exhibit.

The first image below is a picture of the exhibit and the second image shows the display with visitors.


Here are some pictures from a recent cruise.
Sunset at the Indian River Bridge (Delaware)
"Indoor Skydiving" on ship