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Harlingen, Texas Day 19 (GA360)

Mary is no longer available for RV traveling, but we remain good friends.
Because we have 5,000+ postings, I’ve invited her to continue posting entries on this blog. 920 more words

No Longer Move

I was excited to develop motion picture film in the (more or less) proper chemicals. Technically, motion picture film isn’t C-41 color negative film. It’s quite like it, but not exactly. 101 more words

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'Gruesome act of cruelty': Man kills horse, cuts off tail after ex won’t take him back, deputies say

SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. – A Washington State man chopped the tail off his ex-girlfriend’s favorite horse and tied it to a fence Monday, killing it, sheriff’s deputies said. 298 more words

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Horse before the Storm

Horse before the Storm | East Wenatchee, WA | 2014

The fist flies in an arc only to stop a quarter-inch from the kung fu master’s face. 60 more words

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Snoqualmie Pass - FS9070 to Ollalie Meadow

The bike part of this trip was short; it turns out that even in late May, the mountains leading to the Ollalie meadow are covered in snow at about the 3500 foot level; the meadow itself is at about 3900. 318 more words

New Hope To Stop—Or Greatly Slow—Seemingly Unstoppable Shoreline Erosion

WASHINGTON – Aptly nicknamed Washaway Beach, in Pacific County, Washington, has long suffered from the most extreme coastal erosion along the whole U.S. West Coast. Now a relatively low cost defense is raising hopes among property owners and nearby cranberry growers…Pacific Conservation District Manager Mike Nordin said an erosion control grant application seeking slightly more than $600,000 is pending with the Washington State Conservation Commission. 16 more words

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