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Using the Right Pest Control in Fort Wayne to Increase Orchard Safety

When it comes to pest control, it can be argued that none is more needed than in a fruit or vegetable orchard. While it is important that any place occupied by people is pest-free, the amount of produce grown in orchards often attracts the deadliest of pests. 106 more words

You'll Need to Sip from the Fountain of Youth to See All St. Augustine Has to Offer!

Founded in 1565, St. Augustine, Florida is America’s oldest city. Rich with history and culture, it’s nearly impossible to see all that the city has to offer. 433 more words

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I Hate Eggplant, But I Love Aubergine!

My husband surprised me with an impromptu dinner date after visiting a sick student in the Fort. We weren’t exactly dressed for it, but we bravely entered the classy yet welcoming place of Aubergine. 629 more words


Lost in Galle

Galle (pronounced gaar-le in Singhala) is a lovely little town in the south of Sri Lanka, just 1.5 hours by car from Colombo. It is famous for a wonderful collection of Dutch colonial buildings in the Fort area, which emerges like a European city in the middle of the tropics. 554 more words


Fort Michilimackinac at Mackinac Michigan

Michilimackinac is a name given to the region around the Straits of Mackinac between Lake Huron and Lake Michigan by the American Indians who originally settled in the area. 364 more words


Ant Attack: How Trusted Fort Wayne Exterminators Solve a Lost Cause

A simple and common kitchen item like vinegar can serve as an excellent alternative to chemical pesticides, which pose health hazards, if wrongly administered. As the article explains, vinegar is capable of disrupting ants’ trails, generating confusion. 64 more words

Heritage Fortnight Lecture: The Saxon Shore

East Anglia is dominated by a series of Late Roman fortresses around its coast: from Brancaster on the north Norfolk coast, to Bradwell-on-Sea on the mudflats of Essex. 96 more words

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