Madeira

23 Feb 19
Napacalypse

We’ve been trying to get a table at minibar by Jose Andres, not really hard, just jumping on the website when we thought about it and then having our hopes dashed three months at a time. I think my husband must have stumbled upon a cancellation because he snagged a table just a few weeks […]

23 Feb 19
Travel Gourmet

It’s been a great foodie week with visits to a couple of old favourites, a new restaurant discovery and a little bit of home cooking. Here it is:   Sunday Sunday at home and a delicious chicken dish made with mushrooms and Madeira. A perfect Sunday meal. Click here for recipe.   Monday I was […]

23 Feb 19
Get Honey & Salt

Seamless fishnet open crotch bodystocking with halter neck and low back. (Thong not included)<br>Size: O/S<br>Color: BLACK<br>Made in: Taiwan<br>Material: 100% NYLON

23 Feb 19
Madeira Island News Blog

Today there was an increase in the maximum temperature in Madeira. So far, 25.9 degrees have been recorded in Lugar de Baixo and 25.3 degrees in the Lido.

23 Feb 19
Cakers World

Baking has never been so easy with Wright’s cake mix In each 500g pack you have enough cake mix to bake a one 2lb tin approx, 15 brownies, 24 cupcakes or 12 muffins. All you need to add is water and oil plus any toppings or fillings of your choice. This item is suitable for […]

23 Feb 19
Film and Megapixels

Should definitely be saved, such an important part of Brighton history

23 Feb 19
Madeira Island News Blog

Firefighters spent the entire night at the site and today, at around 8 am, it was still possible to see some outbreaks of fire inside the building. In the place are two vehicles of the Fire-fighters of Funchal and some members on alert. As the day begins, the area is gathering many curious people who […]

23 Feb 19
Madeira Island News Blog

After midnight fire could still be seen in the old mill house.  Pockets of flames flared up during the night., but the fire was under control and contained late yesterday evening.

23 Feb 19
Dreams

Cristiano Ronaldo Born and raised on the Portuguese island of Madeira, Ronaldo was diagnosed with a racing heart at age 15. He underwent an operation to treat his condition, and began his senior club career playing for Sporting CP, before signing with Manchester United at age 18 in 2003. And one of his dreams is […]

23 Feb 19
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23 Feb 19
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23 Feb 19
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23 Feb 19
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23 Feb 19
Las Vegas Review-Journal
#gallery-1603748-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1603748-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1603748-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1603748-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ About three dozen American Robins and a pair of Desert Cottontails searched for early dinner in the snow-spotted turf Feb. 21 at Madeira Canyon Park on the southern edge of Henderson development. (Natalie Burt) Hikers hitting the snowy trail leading from the Sloan Canyon Visitor Contact Station on Feb. 18. (Natalie Burt) Snow changed the look of the McCullough Range throughout the third week of February 2019. These photos were taken Feb. 21 near the Sloan Canyon Visitor Contact Station. (Natalie Burt) Snow changed the look of the McCullough Range throughout the third week of February 2019. These photos were taken Feb. 21 near the Sloan Canyon Visitor Contact Station. (Natalie Burt) Snow changed the look of the McCullough Range throughout the third week of February 2019. These photos were taken Feb. 21 near the Sloan Canyon Visitor Contact Station. (Natalie Burt) People and pets were out on snow-touched paths Feb. 21 in the Madeira Canyon neighborhood along the southern edge of Henderson development. (Natalie Burt) Frankie Cecere, 3, crafted and then toppled her first snowman on Feb. 21 in an Inspirada neighborhood park on the southern edge of Henderson development. The family repurposed its beach toys for snow play. (Natalie Burt) Frankie Cecere, 3, crafted and then toppled her first snowman on Feb. 21 in an Inspirada neighborhood park on the southern edge of Henderson development. The family repurposed its beach toys for snow play. (Natalie Burt) About three dozen American Robins and a pair of Desert Cottontails searched for early dinner in the snow-spotted turf Feb. 21 at Madeira Canyon Park on the southern edge of Henderson development. (Natalie Burt) About three dozen American Robins and a pair of Desert Cottontails searched for early dinner in the snow-spotted turf Feb. 21 at Madeira Canyon Park on the southern edge of Henderson development. (Natalie Burt) About three dozen American Robins and a pair of Desert Cottontails searched for early dinner in the snow-spotted turf Feb. 21 at Madeira Canyon Park on the southern edge of Henderson development. (Natalie Burt) Fire and ice: volcanic rock in the foreground of the snow-covered McCullough Range. (Natalie Burt) Fire and ice: volcanic rock in the foreground of the snow-covered McCullough Range. (Natalie Burt) Each winter, once the holiday bustle is in the rearview mirror, I cherish the opportunity to pull on my warm boots and go hiking in the quiet and crisp cold of the snowy mountains near my Henderson home. Wait, this almost never happens, and for that reason, the third week of February has been a treat and will stand out for some time. On Presidents Day, the snow-draped McCullough Range was calling, and I had to go see how my familiar surroundings had been transformed by a rare blanket of white. A petite snowman donning sunglasses welcomed those who made their way to the Sloan Canyon Visitor Contact Station on the morning of Feb. 18. Visitors hiked through postcard images of the Mojave Desert rarity of snow sticking to hills and clumping on venerable creosote bushes. That plant responsible for a refreshing after-rain smell offers the same gift after snow. A thin layer of snow covered the desert floor at the conservation area, where it looked as if a giant snowman became angry and threw down thousands of black rocks from atop one of the nearby extinct volcanoes. More peacefully, a small flock of sagebrush sparrows went about their business of foraging for food. Hikers and visitors were bundled up and friendly in the unexpected winter wonderland. Three days later on the southern edge of Henderson’s sprawling development, many residents were downright giddy over the week’s second layer of snow and its continued sticking power. The snowman had apparently melted from his post under the Sloan Canyon Visitor Contact Station sign when I returned on Feb. 21, and the skies were shades of gray rather than cerulean, but the mountain views continued to be stunning. A couple of miles to the north in a still-under-construction Inspirada neighborhood, Shannon Cecere and her 3-year-old daughter, Frankie, were building the child’s first snowman. She was all smiles that afternoon in her red dog-themed rain boots, and the smiles didn’t fade after she toppled her new creation. She just started raking part of the snowman’s midsection into a pail. “The kids are so into the snow,” Shannon said of her three daughters, two of whom were at school but would have preferred playing in the snow. “They got so excited last night. They got drenched. They didn’t care.” On the morning of Feb. 21, snow and slushy rain continued when the 10- and 12-year-olds were in classes. As soon as the precipitation stopped, Shannon and Frankie went outside to fulfill their snowman-making goals at a small neighborhood park. “We had the sand toys we used on the beach, and now we could use them in the snow,” explained Shannon, whose family moved last summer from Southern California. “We didn’t expect this when we moved to the desert.” The melting of rooftop snow was audible in the Ceceres’ neighborhood. And hundreds of rooftops remained snow-white throughout Inspirada, Anthem Hills and Madeira Canyon into the evening of Feb. 21, with a few snow flurries and some rain continuing. People and pets kept their walking routines along paths winding through neighborhoods where landscaping still clung to snow. Kids had old-fashioned fun throwing snowballs at each other and making memories in Madeira Canyon Park, where three dozen American robins and a pair of desert cottontails searched for early dinner in the snow-spotted turf. The white stuff would soon disappear, but how extraordinary our ordinary appeared for a few February days in 2019. Natalie Burt, a former news reporter at the Review-Journal for 11 years, spends as much of her free time as possible enjoying Southern Nevada’s outdoors. She’s now a teacher and has lived in Henderson for 17 years. Email: nvburt@gmail.com.