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Observations of Ilpaco and into Long Beach, WA

Let me first say that I can see why Raymond, South Bend, and even Naselle seem like such speed bumps to drivers. A lot of traffic passes through these villages and towns, but no one ever seems to stop unless its for gas or food. 598 more words



Alright, so let’s back up here a little and get y’all up to date.

After leaving Prince George, we spent about a week in Hazelton, doing what amounts to woofing (the working on organic farms thing) in a community called Two Mile. 1,023 more words


Mapping the GIS Adventure - Lab 3: Prior Planning Prevents Poor Map Presentation

So, I was working on my preparation for my post about Lab 3, only to realize that I had erred: my Lab 2 map that I had posted was actually my Lab 3 map. 749 more words

Mapping The GIS Adventure

polar vortex

a semi permanent, low pressure, cold wind weather system found in the arctic region (northern hem only). it rotates anticlockwise in stratosphere. in winters, it may travel southwards due to enhanced temperature variation between polar regions and mid-latitudes. 15 more words


The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

The island’s geography comprises relatively low-lying mountains surrounding a central plain, with several navigable rivers extending inland.

Sunday, September 8

Up early, breakfasted, and on the road. We traded the seashore for broad wheat fields and sheep properties dotted with charming, small, rural towns of vintages similar to those we’d already seen. 356 more words