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Polar Express on the Mt. Hood Railroad

In 2015 we went on a Polar Express ride in rural Indiana (near where we were living at the time).  The “North Pole” was less than a mile from a trailer park, but our son was in absolute heaven.   347 more words

Kids

On J.R. Carpenter's Gorge, Part 2.5: HTML, web pages, and the DOM

This post is part of a series on digital literature. I’m dissecting the JavaScript code of “Gorge”, an infinite poem by J.R. Carpenter that riffs on Nick Montfort’s program “Taroko Gorge”.   543 more words

Thinking

MTT 48

From birth be to deathbed one has to cross a bridge called life. One day not only the timid but the valiant too have to fall into the gorge.

Port of Call

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

When it comes to vacationing in Australia, Melbourne and Sydney usually top the list. But there’s more to the country than city life, great food and coffee. 659 more words

Money Matters

Multnomah Falls (Columbia River Gorge)

Always a beautiful waterfall, Multnomah Falls was especially visual yesterday with the snow and ice. As I left it started to snow. Now, some twenty miles away to the west, Portland, Oregon is getting a strong dose of rare snow too.

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SwittersB

A Tale of Two Swamps - Kafue

This is where I came in.  One of these swamplands occurs just south west of Lusaka in Zambia.  The Kafue River rises in the industrial Copperbelt in the centre of Zambia – the first thing I ever remember seeing in Africa when I was heading to Zimbabwe on a jumbo jet in 1993.  311 more words

Travel

Hiking Wadi Shah

Ras Al Khaimah is the most visited emirate in the United Arab Emirates for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts. It is where the highest mountain (Jebel Jais) of the country is located and more than a dozen of wadis hidden from mountain cathedrals. 535 more words

Travel