24 Apr 19
John Thoreson

I wasn’t thrilled when my alarm went off at 6:30, but the midnight Power Yoga session: totally worth it! I was at the BLM office by 7:45, they opened at 8:00, and registration for The Wave lottery runs from 8:30 to 9:00. Turns out there’s no advantage to being early or first in line, so […]

23 Apr 19

BEARPAW Women\s Emma Tall Winter Boot, Hickory, 8 M US Product Link

22 Apr 19
Socks Online Toe Socks

*Slip on these cozy socks and find your happy place *Acrylic with soft Sherpa lining *Non-skid gripper bottom *16.5″ height *Machine wash cold *One size fits most women’s merino wool socks | volleyball socksJust like any other pair of socks or similar footwear, Acorn slipper socks need regular cleaning. Washing them properly will help you […]

22 Apr 19
LuLu ♥'s Makeup

Hair Accessories: Scünci Black Hair Clip Jewelry: Call It Spring Silver Studded Jacket Earrings (2015) Top: H&M Grey Knit Roll Neck Jumper (2017) Bottom: Zara Snake Print High Waist Premium Jeans (haulage here) Shoes: Bearpaw Black Suede and Leather Cowboy Boots (reviewed here) I found a different spot to take pics for “Lookbooks” and “Outfits […]

21 Apr 19
Toe Socks Mart

These boot cuffs are a great way to add style to your favorite Bearpaw boots. One size fits most. 100% acrylic fabric. Feature embroidered logo, machine wash with like colors, tumble dry. Material: Acrylic. black thigh high socks | cool socks for guysWear a Double Layer of Socks. The classic combo for hiking is a […]

21 Apr 19
Toe Socks Mart

Live life comfortably with Bearpaw boot toppers. Great core fashion colors with textured designs including double braid, basket weave, and a button trim. Can be worn with multiple styles of boots to accessorize your look for a variety of wearing occasions. pantherella socks | gold toe socksWear a Double Layer of Socks. The classic combo […]

21 Apr 19
Life with Audi

First I want to say that I am sorry for not writing here for a long time. Picture above is yet another after wash picture, wash her about once a week and every time the place has been the same, Malmin Autopesu cause they are the best in town. No, I don’t have a new […]

20 Apr 19

Hon. Pierre Poilievre, P.C., M.P. 1139 Mill Street PO Box 479 Manotick, Ontario K4M 1A5 Telephone: (613) 692-3331 Fax: (613) 692-3303 THIS VIDEO MAY HELP WITH PLUS THE EMAIL. AS I AM DYING – LOSING CONSCIOUSNESS FROM TIME TO TIME – I TRIED TO SHARE WHAT I COULD KNOWING THAT DEATH CAN COME AT ANY […]

18 Apr 19
Backpacking With Family

Sunday morning, August 1990; Trail Junction – Whitney Summit – Whitney Portal Our lack of water makes me think giving Peter half a liter was a bad idea, but I have no regrets. We have less than 1 1/2 liters and will probably be down to just more than 1 by departure time. This morning […]

16 Apr 19
The Cinemaholic

“Only the truth will lead you to treasure” – Josh Feldman. There is something magical about lost treasures. The history behind it, the legends, the stories, and the adventure. Travel Channel’s latest addition Lost Gold takes us deep into the past while unravelling mysteries that are more than 100 years old. The real treasure is […]

13 Apr 19
Manhood Denied

If I was so angry at my father, why did I trek all the way to Hawaii to live with him? Well, if I wanted to give myself the benefit of the doubt and grant myself the most positive interpretation, I would say it was because I wanted to heal. I wanted not to be angry […]

12 Apr 19
Backpacking With Family

Wednesday morning, August 1990; Bearpaw Meadow – Precipice Lake We heard loud bark-cracking noises overnight, and Dad was up early enough to see a shy, cinnamon-colored bear cub high up in a tree. It was gone before I got up. Later in the morning, a deer came to within 20′ of the tent. It let […]

11 Apr 19
Backpacking With Family

Monday morning, August 1990; Crescent Meadow – Bearpaw Meadow Much of the first day’s hike was a gentle uphill, 11.3 miles from Crescent Meadow in the Giant Forest of Sequoia National Park to Bearpaw Meadow, which is just back from a steep 1400’ drop to the floor of the Kaweah River Valley. We spent little […]

08 Apr 19
WRITER'S WRITE if u can wake them up. Even with eyes wide open – they are shut! Wide shut!  There are many cases of Malaysians getting into recognized universities without the minimum grades or, worse, no grades at all, according to Prof Datuk Dr N.K.S. Tharmaseelan, a past president of the Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) and […]

03 Apr 19

March 29-31: Spring construction got off to a big start when Mark Morgan of Bearpaw Design & Construction arrived with his sons to install the metal roofing. The pre-cut-to-length roof panels flew on and by Sunday afternoon the work was nearly done—all except for the “gingerbread”. That’s Mark’s term for edge and ridge trims. We […]

28 Mar 19
Redlands Daily Facts
John Trammell, project manager for the Wildlands Conservancy, will present a program on the Wildlands Conservancy when the Sierra Club, San Gorgonio Chapter, meets 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 2, at the San Bernardino County Museum, 2014 Orange Tree Lane, Redlands. Trammell, who works out of the Wildlands Conservancy’s headquarters in Oak Glen, will talk about visitor opportunities and conservation work at the conservancy’s Southern California preserves and statewide conservation projects. Trammell has worked for the Wildlands Conservancy since 2014, working as a naturalist at Oak Glen Preserve, ranger at Bluff Lake Reserve and conservation advocate and now as project manager. The Wildlands Conservancy has established a nonprofit nature preserve system in California composed of 16 preserves encompassing more than 148,000 acres of mountain, valley, desert, river and oceanfront landscapes with more than one million visitors annually, according to a press release from the Sierra Club. Preserves in the San Gorgonio Chapter area total more than 36,000 acres and include Bluff Lake Reserve in Big Bear Lake, Bearpaw Reserve in Forest Falls, Oak Glen Preserve in Oak Glen, Pioneertown Mountains Preserve in Pioneertown, Whitewater Preserve in Whitewater and Mission Creek Preserve in Desert Hot Springs. Those preserves are open to the public free of charge. In addition to creating a preserve system, Wildlands has worked on many conservation projects that have resulted in protecting 2.1 million acres of California’s landscapes. Parking and admission are free, but donations are accepted to help with room rental. The San Gorgonio Chapter of the Sierra Club covers the geographic area of San Bernardino and Riverside counties. For information, go to