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26 Jun 19
ArgueMyAss blog

More than you might think, but the similarity here is not that they were both Liberals, not that they held senior posts in government and not that they both reportedly shook Alexander Downer hand after he wore high heels and stockings. No, what we draw to here is the work they took on after parliament. […]

26 Jun 19
Scooter Bee Rocks

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26 Jun 19
My splendid blog 8550

Furniture is made from various products such as wood, wicker, metal and plastic. Lumber furnishings is one kind of furnishings of which its basic material is wood particularly timber. Difficult, hard, strong, firm, long lasting – five words we may utilize to describe LUMBER. Another word for lumber is lumber which is made available in […]

26 Jun 19
The nice blog 9141

Timber furnishings is one product of timber wherein different kinds and styles can be developed or manufactured by businessmen who engage in the furniture and woodcraft market. If you are considering reorganizing your interior decoration and plan to include new furnishings, browsing the web for trustworthy information and advice is extremely recommended. Looking for information […]

26 Jun 19
ginreads

Jane and Eric de Vries. Often enemies. Sometimes lovers. Husband and wife. Or are we? I wore the dress. We said the vows. And somehow it became more than just a stunt to collect his billions. A promise bound by love, not hate. Until he humiliated me in front of all of New York and […]

26 Jun 19
Servicemaster of Charlottesville

Servicemaster of Charlottesville Provides Post-Construction Cleanup in Stanardsville, VA Our experts ensure your commercial property shines from floor to ceiling. To minimize construction and drywall dust and maximize clean, we pay attention to the fine details such as trims, horizontal ledges, baseboards, light fixtures, and much more. After we’ve cleaned every nook and cranny, you […]

26 Jun 19
LianaReads

THE KISS PLOT Quicksilver Book 2 By Nicole French RELEASE DAY – JUNE 26 Jane and Eric de Vries. Often enemies. Sometimes lovers. Husband and wife. Or are we? I wore the dress. We said the vows. And somehow it became more than just a stunt to collect his billions. A promise bound by love, […]

26 Jun 19
creativeartworksblog

  Last week, before the awful storms hit and we lost so much stuff, I was telling you that I was worried about the tomato plants in our long brick planter at the side of the house. They were really sad-looking, with yellow leaves and dead branches. I put bone meal into the soil around […]

26 Jun 19
THE DIRT

Nine months ago engineers found cracks in two structural beams holding up the relatively new Salesforce Transit Center, a $2.2 billion regional bus and perhaps future rail terminal in downtown San Francisco. A $6 million investigation of all the structural components found the center is safe. While metro buses are still being re-routed, the 5.5-acre […]

26 Jun 19
News Directory

Pittsburgh $ 699,000 Three-story brick house with 1912 with three and a half bedrooms This house is in the vicinity of Shadyside, approximately five miles north-east of the town center, with a regular bus service available. It is a block from Mellon Park, the original estate of Richard Beatty Mellon, including gardens and a children's […]

26 Jun 19
Encounter Soul

Have you ever seen the comedy movie National Lampoon’s Vacation? The Griswold family takes a road trip across the country to Wally World, and succumb to several mishaps along the way. The opening credits roll to the catchy tune of “Holiday Road” by Lindsey Buckingham. Image Credit: Courtesy Everett Collection I’m never playing “Holiday Road” to […]

26 Jun 19
Loveland Reporter-Herald
Sitting here looking at Longs Peak brings back so many memories, but none involving hiking to the top, for that I have never done. For me, national parks are more than merely places to hike through. They are certainly more than merely places to drive through with an occasional stop at a pull-out for a quick smartphone photo. I regard national parks as special places for engaging and connecting and thereby growing both intellectually and emotionally. In a national park a person can engage Nature and in so doing connect with Life. My first visit to Rocky Mountain National Park occurred in 1962 when my parents, brother and I were returning from a vacation to the Seattle World’s Fair. A long full day at the Fair was enough; I didn’t need a second trip. And I remember very little of it. Almost nothing, actually. Ah, but Rocky! The memories are keen, and I remember thinking we needed to visit there again. And we did on another vacation three years later. Fifteen years would pass before I could visit Rocky for a third time. Now, I visit there about 15 times a year. And after each visit I depart with a sense that I need to visit again. And I do. But I don’t limit myself to Rocky. Colorado includes four national parks, five national monuments, two national historic sites, one national recreation area and four national historic trails, all administered by the National Park Service. Additionally, we have one national monument administered by the U.S. Forest Service, one national monument administered by the Bureau of Land Management and one national monument jointly administered by the Forest Service and the BLM. Though I have visited them all, I have not explored them to the extent that I have Rocky. In nooks and crannies one finds the character of a place. So, leaving parking lots, pull-outs and trails behind I search for those things that convey richness of meaning in my life, things found in special places. A mature aspen grove well spangled with blue columbine and larkspur. A lodgepole pine forest where maroon lady’s-slipper orchids proliferate. A spruce forest where a three-toed woodpecker flicks bits of bark from the trees. A meadow grown with harebells and borages. An expanse of tundra rich with conversation from pikas, marmots and ravens. Thinking of these places rekindles the need to visit them, so excuse me for cutting this short. I need to get my boots and water bottle for yet another walk in the park. Nature Lectures The Noontime Nature lecture at the Loveland Public Library, 300 N. Adams Ave., for 2019 follows the theme “Twelve Dozen Things about Colorado.” The seventh program of the series, “Colorado’s National Parks,” will be presented on Tuesday, July 2, from noon to 1 p.m. It will be repeated on Wednesday, July 3, from 6 to 7 p.m. Part of a free year-long series sponsored by Friends of the Loveland Library, “National Parks” will explore 12 different things you probably don’t know about these public lands in Colorado.