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Point Pleasant - Cape May - Chincoteague VA

As I am typing this morning, my son Kobus is chasing his new pet around the boat, which happens to be a frog, named Clifford. Our previous pet, not intentionally, was a squirrel. 910 more words


Special Collections

A recently released feature on Pinnacle allows publishers to create Special Collections to highlight previously published content. Special Collections draw a user’s attention to content that is thematically linked. 265 more words


Do you worry about the content you can't find?

Do you worry about the content you can’t find?  If you can’t find the information, how can you possibly manage it?  Can you afford to take that risk? 371 more words


Day 5

Blessings can, on the flip side of the coin, easily be curses. Those that live in countries with advanced transport systems know not the intricacies of geographical navigation–where people in Shanghai could easily spend an hour on the streets, searching out their destination with no sense of urgency or panic; Hong Kong-ers could just as easily get agitated with walking down the wrong alleyway only twice whilst finding a new destination. 144 more words

World Rivers Day and Ganga: A look at Farakka Barrage and other such calamities

Last Sunday of every September is celebrated as ‘World Rivers Day’. It is a recent phenomenon, but in many senses more significant than World Water Day. 1,194 more words

TOMTOP Mini Handheld GPS Navigation For Outdoor Sport Travel

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Aldrich Butte: Hiking, History, and a Waterfall Too

During World War II, military gun emplacements were constructed atop Aldrich Butte in the Columbia Gorge.  The thinking was to defend Bonneville Dam below. Luckily, the guns were never needed (Fun fact: Oregon was the one continental state bombed in WW II).  423 more words