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Weekly Photo Challenge: Trio

Devil’s Bridge – Ceredigion, Wales

The Devil’s Bridge is at a dramatic point in the landscape where the River Mynach tumbles ninety boiling metres in five steps down a steep and narrow ravine before it meets the River Rheidol and is unusual in that there are three separate bridges each one built over the previous one.  30 more words


Sardinia, A Ghost Town and a Cyclone

It was grey in the morning. Very grey. Very grey indeed. So there was no reason to stay long in Stintino and instead of hanging around for the day as we had originally planned we set off immediately on the next stage of our journey to Alghero. 1,068 more words


Teaching parents...parents are the vehicle to succeed

According to Ann P. Kaiser, PhD; Terry B. Hancock, PhD, teaching parents new skills to support the development of their young children with developmental disabilities is very important in the field of early intervention as there is considerable empirical evidence supporting this approach. 136 more words

Early Intervention

Sardinia, Olbia to Castelsardo

“This land resembles no other place. Sardinia is something else. Enchanting spaces and distances to travel – nothing finished, nothing definitive. It is like freedom itself.”   1,076 more words


Seeking your photos

Did you capture that special experience with your friends when last out on the O’Keefe Rail Trail? Perhaps photographed those majestic wedge eagles while on the trail in the Knowsley area? 137 more words


Brittany, Abandoned Plans

The very rural Auberge where we were staying was situated on a minor road next to a farm and in the morning we discovered why there was so much lamb on the menu as several hundred sheep were escorted past the hotel and across the road for a day of feeding on the sea grass. 771 more words