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Today I am posting about two bicycles.
One, an influential rig in several ways, the other, a "poster child" for a group of bikes from an era that is getting misunderstood.First- The Influential one. How is this misunderstood today? Well, some folks are saying it was/is a "monster-cross" bike. Made a higher high today. ORIGINAL POST The premarket high did not hold. Sometimes its easier to break the waves down in segments if the larger pattern is not the clearest. It still works nicely as labeled here. From Sasquatch Chronicles: Tonight we speak to Mike from the state of CO. Mike tells us about an encounter he had while camping. Mike and his friend were terrorized by a group of Sasquatchs while camping in the Rockies. This is the first time Mike has ever shared this story with the public. From Sasquatch Chronicles: We talk to a law enforcement official who is also was in the special forces. He shares with us his encounter as a child and an encounter his brother had where Sasquatch destroyed a camper trailer with him in it. Jack also shares his encounter he had as a child. We will see if he is willing to share some stories and encounters special forces had with Sasquatch here in the states. You will want to tune in to hear about these and other encounters. From the youtube channel of Impossible Visits: An introduction to the many connections between Sasquatch and autistic savants. the very same gifts that allow Sasquatch to survive and even thrive alongside our own species. Without these extreme advantages, they would have been killed and captured long ago. A man walked home one evening after having some drinks at a local bar. He decided to take a shortcut through a cemetery. Unfortunately, he fell into an open grave and could not get out. He fell asleep and woke up the next morning when the whistle at the local factory blew. He was still suffering the effects of the previous evening, but he managed to get out of the grave, look around and exclaim, “Well what do you know? It’s Judgment Day, and I’m the first one up!” What kind of legacy do you want to leave when you die? If you knew that today was the last day of your life, what would you do? Are you prepared to spend eternity with God? There are times when we need to stop and look at our lives, what we are doing and whether or not it’s worth the time and effort. This webinar is designed for new Fastcase users. The presentation covers basic Fastcase features with a focus on case law searches and statute searches. More:. By: April D. Byrd POETS, AUTHORS, WRITERS, HUMANITARIANS, Everyone! Rise up and Salute!! R. I. P Dr. Angelou!! Today we will honor and always remember the legacy of Dr. Maya Angelou. As news feeds and Televisions screens blow up with the breaking news. "BELLAIRE, Texas – The police chief in the City of Bellaire is calling the suspect in an overnight robbery and fatal shooting a “coward” and a “lowlife. m.
, police say the young man could not avoid the danger he faced on the job.Detectives were able to determine the suspect in the case was a tall, slim, black male. A more detailed description could be on the way, however. " Victim: White male, Peter Mielke. It wasn’t long ago that I was attending my daughter’s year three parents’ evening and told her teacher how much she had been enjoying the opportunity to take part in woodwork. But it seems a shame, I added, that having learnt good cutting and joining skills in nursery, she had no further opportunity to use a saw for the next three years of her schooling. I probably did not express myself very well, because the teacher’s first response was an expression of shock, followed by her saying something like “just imagine, nursery children running around with saws. It doesn’t bear thinking about. ” A couple of weeks ago at Kate Greenaway, we had one of those absolutely joyful days that make nursery education so much fun. The children were absolutely equal to the occasion, listening very carefully to safety instructions and maintaining the highest levels of concentration throughout. The only dodgy moment during the whole day was when the press photographer asked a child to look at the camera and smile – whilst he was sawing away. Luckily no fingers were harmed during the production of the photo. For the Glue Arts blog this week, our job was to make an ornament with Making Memories paper and die cuts that they kindly donated to us. Thank you MM! I decided to make a little tree that you can hang as an ornament- but it also does double duty. The box underneath can hold a small gift or note for the recipient.
To adhere the paper, I used some small pins with pearls on the heads.
Minnesota has forty-two different kind of native orchids.
Two kinds are in bloom this week.A week ahead of schedule. Usually they bloom Father’s Day weekend. First the yellow Lady’s Slippers along the back drive bloomed. Seven of them are blooming this year. This gal is one of my favorite plants. .