Beaches

17 Jul 19
Jr. Marine Biologist Summer Camp

We both had another busy day here at Loggerhead learning all we could about being sustainable anglers, and being Junior Researchers! We were tired out, but had such a great day! The Loggerheads (ages 6-9 Ms. Brooke and Ms. Abby) We jumped on the bus first thing in the morning to head out on our […]

17 Jul 19
Sunshine & Banana Pancakes

As we drove towards LA along Highway 1 which winds along the coast with the Pacific Ocean glistening in the sun on one side and rolling green hills on the other, we had Here Comes The Sun by The Beatles playing loud and it was the perfect California road trip moment. Shortly after, as we […]

17 Jul 19
Blog of Nightingale Photography

Interested in Half Moon Bay wedding venues? I don’t blame you! This rugged California coastline offers a magical backdrop for capturing those timeless memories. I always get giddy when I get booked for a wedding, engagement sessions or family portrait here. It’s a fabulous respite from the city with small town vibes. What makes Half […]

17 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

The United Kingdom will be hit by heavy rain and thunderstorms tomorrow and the sun should disappear this weekend, warned the Met Office. Heavy showers are expected to hit the southeast in the morning with thunderstorms forecast for the north and west of the country, according to the latest weather forecast. 5 The rainy weather […]

17 Jul 19
Exploring Scandinavia

As the faculty is announcing our upcoming schedule and meeting locations, I found myself distracted by a sculpture in my peripheral vision. With my Southern background and American norms revolving nudism and paraphernalia, I felt extremely uncomfortable with the spectacle that stood 15 feet away from me. Looking around, I quickly realized my peers were […]

17 Jul 19
Run, Train, Eat, Live

It was a beautiful morning for a jog. The village was quiet except for the occasional crow from a rooster or a dog barking.

17 Jul 19
Life of Brine

‘What are you going to do do if you get a puncture!?’ My Mum shouted after me as I cycled off down the back lane for the continental ferry from Plymouth to Roscoff. A few nights earlier I had – on a whim – booked a return voyage for just £30, this is the little […]

17 Jul 19
Coffee and Countries

This eight mile-long stretch of land in the Caribbean Sea has completely captured my heart. My family has made the trek to the little island nearly every year since I was 7-years-old. Having been to St. John so many times, I’ve been able to explore many of the island’s beaches and restaurants, and even the […]

17 Jul 19
bluebrightly

Summer has finally arrived here in northwestern Washington. The temperatures are still on the cool side but the sun is warm and the green machine has pushed past the delicacy of Spring into the lush heft of the season. The birds are a bit quieter, the afternoon light is bright and dappled, and the apples […]

17 Jul 19
The Art Of Chart

Flesh-eating bacteria in Florida: Beaches open but caution urged, officials say – AL.com By Flesh-eating bacteria in Florida: Beaches open but caution urged, officials say  AL.com Texas man dies days after contracting flesh-eating bacteria during Fourth of July beach trip, wife says  Fox News Flesh eating bacteria; What you need to know  News 19 WLTX Flesh-eating bacteria increasing […]

17 Jul 19
Fox17

FOX 17 – The heat cranks up on Thursday, but it may not be a good day to go to the lake, or anywhere outside for that matter. The National Weather Service has issued a Beach Hazards Statement for Thursday and Friday for the Lake Michigan shoreline Ottawa, Muskegon and Oceana counties. Southerly winds will […]

17 Jul 19

NEW MYTH CROSSES TIME

New Myth Crosses Time: A Mission Vision for our Global Ascension is not receiving any proceeds from advertisements!!! Prologue Geologists claim that our Planetary electromagnetic polar shifts have occurred 181 times since our Planet was born 4.5 billion years ago.  That means from our Planet’s perspective our Galactic electromagnetic polar shifts have changed at the […]

17 Jul 19
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17 Jul 19
School For Young Blood

We’re excited to share the news that we are making some major life changes soon. Our long-time dream of traveling and world-schooling the kids is finally coming true. After sending our holiday cards this past winter, we realized how many friends we have across the country that we have not seen in far too long! […]

17 Jul 19
Wealth-With-Tom-online

RT @fionaperrin: Had a fantastic time talking to very talented @debbiedotmac yesterday on @BBCCornwall about How to Make Time for Me (and dogs, baby names, sunshine, beaches and more). Thanks Debbie. https://t.co/AWIaPpVfni