Mountains

25 Mar 19
View from the Cheap Seat

Let’s start with a statement of fact. Dolly Parton is wonderful. She may well be the nicest celebrity who ever lived. The absolute undisputed Queen of Country music, a businesswoman par excellence and a book sharing philanthropist. There’s no one quite like her. I’ve got some history with Dolly too after seeing her live on […]

25 Mar 19
Poonam Kakkar's Blog

Fantastic Tips For Reaching Your True Fitness Goals Fitness should not a goal for the future. It’s not something you will do “eventually.” You can work towards your fitness goals using this easy to read article. A personal trainer can be an effective way to get started with a good idea when you are new […]

25 Mar 19
Baby Bibs, Blankets, Infant Burp Cloths, Newborn Pacifiers and Diaper Cover Designs

Buy This Design Here: Illustration Bernese Mountain Dog Diaper Cover Created by Fashion Designer: CrazyDoglicious Fashion in unexpected places is the premise of this Illustration Bernese Mountain Dog Diaper Cover. Both ruffled diaper covers or baby bloomers are the perfect accessories to wear under a skirt/dress of a baby, or to cover-up an unpleasant diaper. […]

25 Mar 19
Aryan Dawn

The Guanches were a Neolithic (Stone-age) people found living on the Canary Island Archipelago when discovered in 1402 by Spanish explorers. Many of the Guanches had fair features, blonde hair and blue eyes, which was a different set of traits to the Berbers (Arabs) of north west Africa (the geographically closest people to them). The […]

25 Mar 19
Daniella's Website

The lines of this artwork are the roofs of the houses, the mountains, or evening the rollings clouds in the sky. Maybe it could also be the big trees or the valleys in the background. The shapes in this artwork represent light, and housing. The circles in the sky seem to be stars since the […]

25 Mar 19
Running for my life

Hi there, so things are going ok. Ok I hate that word but I’m pretty mediocre with good days and bad days so I suppose it means somewhat average which is good. The Drs changed my meds again so I’m pretty tired and the boys are exhausting, especially with the hubby away a lot but […]

25 Mar 19
Everest High Passes Blog - Josh Powers

Today was a “rest” day. I put that in quotes because the morning involved a day hike straight up for about 1100 feet to an amazing view of Everest and Lhotse, the 1st and 4th highest mountains in the world. I keep pinching myself in amazement that I am here. It is also killing me […]

25 Mar 19
Road Bike Rider

by Arnie Baker, M.D. Although your fitness is your most important aspect of success on a bike, there are some non-fitness aspects of cycling that also make a difference. If you’re already fit — or maybe you’re just looking for every possible advantage to help at your current level of fitness — consider whether or […]

25 Mar 19
China - Learning, Sharing & Exploring

A domestic flight from Beijing to Kunming… the flight was easy compared to the 14 hour trip Wednesday-Thursday. We drove maybe 45 minutes from the airport to our hotel. Kunming is beautiful, it is lush, green and rich with many diverse ethnic minorities. There are mountains, trees and flowers everywhere! Kunming , located in Yunnan […]

25 Mar 19
Long, Strange Trip: Grateful Dead Live

Background The Dead returned from their year and a half hiatus in June of ’76.  Some changes were made.  Most notably, the infamous “Wall of Sound” that debuted in ’74 was no longer there (it costed them way too much money).  Also, Keith’s piano style was more rhythmic and less lead, which may sound negative, […]

25 Mar 19
Lightscapes Nature Photography Blog

Few things catch my eye when I’m photographing more than patterns, and since the vast majority of the time I’m photographing natural subjects, the patterns I see and respond to are naturally occurring.  What’s particularly interesting about patterns in nature is the fact that they are revealed in so many different places and in such […]

25 Mar 19
Armenians - Pontians - Assyrian (Suryani)- Laz

Some 8 000 Armenians were living in the district of Varto in 1914, including 1200 in the town of Varto. 8 churches, 3 monasteries and 5 schools catered to them. In June 1915 during the Armenian Genocide, a great number of Varto’s Armenian were massacred in the valley of Newala Ask. Armenians have been driven […]

25 Mar 19

La vista restaurant

Welcome to our first blog post. While it’s still going to be a couple of months until we officially open our doors, there are many people working hard behind the scenes to get the restaurant ready. We can’t wait to host you and we’re sure you’re going to appreciate the beautiful views we have of […]

25 Mar 19
nihon555

Saturday afternoon I met up with my cousin, Kai, in Tokyo. It feels like forever since we have seen each other, and he has matured very much. I am so happy to be travelling with him while I am here. We took the Shinkansen to the former capital, Kyoto, and had a delicious dinner of […]