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Things To Do: Hillside Cafe and Cedarhills Nursery

Pardon me for sharing this same story but it helps give perspective. A Pinch Of Yum wrote a fabulous post on Cebuano Humba. She sweetly encourages Americans to get over their fear of pork belly, and boy was she right. 297 more words

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Laser Guided Treasure Hunting

As a treasure hunter, I find “treasure” in a lot of things. Metal detecting is my most favorite past time, but I also love digging bottles, collecting the occasional book, scraping metal, and so on.  341 more words


Paete, Laguna: Motherland of Paper Mâché 

I’ve been wanting to venture to Paete, Laguna to the paper mâché town for two years. The stars aligned, mainly I remembered I had DVD players for the car and Aaker had a holiday so…off we went. 364 more words

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One of my favorite kitchen tools - an oldie, but a goodie . . .

Sometimes that saying “They sure don’t make them like they used to” rings true. I think a lot of kitchen tools made out of cheap plastic in high output factories just don’t hold up like some of the old gadgets and tools made years ago. 1,325 more words

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More Beale Pamphlet Disclosure

“Between the months of November 1818 and February 1819 my commune had $476’000 put away.”

George Graham, is sent on secret mission by James Monroe into the Texas region in the fall of 1818 where he then holds council with both Laffite and the leadership of Champ D’Asile, while there he arranges matters concerning the above monies. 2,120 more words

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