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Day 80, morning

This was quite an eventful morning! I hardly can relate it all! I managed to slay ALL the darknuts and get bombs and a raft for my troubles. 259 more words

Journal

JANUARY REAL ESTATE STATISTICS IN MAINE

Weird, still weird in Maine: not enough houses where people want them (intown Portland, pretty much, or a second home on water); and too many, faaaaaar too many, in much of the remaining acreage of this post-industrial landscape. 206 more words

New Menu for The Raft

This week we welcome a new head chef Terry Phillips to The Fishpond. Things already look promising for the future of food here and he has brought with him a brand new menu for the Raft restaurant! 12 more words

Fishpond

Boulder Mini-Maker Faire 2015: Exploring Awesome.

 As a Teacher Advisory Board member for RAFT, I was recruited to volunteer this weekend at the RAFT booth at Boulder’s Mini-Maker Faire.  Although I’m relatively familiar with the… 510 more words

Boulder Maker Faire

Let's get pally at River Valley

The DOMS have set in for us pro Trekkers after the Tongariro crossing, and another 5 hours on the coach to snake our way round the mountains to River Valley left us hilariously staggering off the bus like we needed Zimmer-frames. 978 more words

Scenes Along the Delaware

Delays in our northern terminus forced my eastbound train to be delayed by eight hours. Instead of leaving at 6PM on February 10th we weren’t called until 2AM on the 11th. 112 more words

New York

Memories of 'my Shire'

by Maria Eleanor E. Valeros, #newmedia specialist

SURIGAO DEL NORTE, NORTH MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES — While munching on my share of “tinanok nga kamote” (boiled sweet potato), I stared out at the dimness of the early evening. 623 more words