Does anyone have a way to contact these teams??
We have our first pair this year! I hope they drive out the grackles.
The Liberty Foundation is wonderful to keep her flying. I'm sure it's an expensive experience for many, but it is in fact "once in a lifetime". Also, it costs money to gas her up and keep her pretty. If not for opportunities like these, a piece of history would be lost to us all. These are the things our generation must know and remember.
I like these birds as well. One thing I HAVE noticed is that when they are around, starlings are NOT! and I HATE starlings. Given the fact that they seem to be less destructive and are good to eat. I will welcome the dove on my property. Perhaps fish and game should do a study on that... JMO
We're a few miles from Jump Creek and a couple of years these guys took residence in our yard. I love birds but their incessant cooing is driving me over the edge. If I have anything to do with it they will end up on our table.
A few years ago, I protected a breeding pair from the crows, and now I have a pair in every big tree on the property. I like them as well, they're fun to always have around. It's like having pet birds without cages.
It's the same issue with motorized and non-motorized users alike. ATVs tear up the place when the ground is wet, but often do minimal damage when the ground is dry (I'm from the Lake Superior area, so I'm not talking about Boise). 4WD vehicles do the same to many roads. And, hikers and mountain bikers are widening trails in areas where the soil is clayey, creating mudholes, parallel routes, and resource damage.
The solution is not to keep people off of trails. The solutions involve rerouting trails to stabler locations, trail surface hardening, and closing trails when the ground is wet. Simply suggesting that folks stay off of trails when the ground is wet is not likely a good solution.
Is it OK to go up there now? Was thinking of going tomorrow.
VERY INSPIRING AND INFORMATIVE ARTICLE. WHAT A GREAT WAY FOR BABY AND MAMA TO STAY HEATHLY AND GET EQUIPPED FOR CHILD-BIRTH. ANOTHER ENPOWERING TOOL FOR US WOMEN ON THIS WONDERFUL JOURNEY OF LIFE. KEEP SHARING THIS GOOD NEWS OF YOGA !!
So your verdict is to ban all folks from trails?
One simply cannot go wrong with:
1. Hot Water
3. Antler Chandeliers
And if you can experience all three at once - life is sublimely complete.
Early reports of subpar preparations, including unfinished hotels, and now this!
While it's true that many drysuits cost $1000 (or more), they are readily available for $600 or so. My new company, Mythic Gear (mythicdrysuits.com) has broken the price-point by offering drysuits starting at $225, making cold-water kayaking affordable for the first time to many who could not previously afford a drysuit.
i dunno ... as a winter time kayaker myself i can say that sounds like some real ass clownery.
Nicely done Jessica... glad Jeff survived!
As a winter time kayaker myself I can say, great article, well done.
You have to be not very intelligent or at least less intelligent than someone who does not spit .You should be aware that it is at least disgusting or leaves whatever you spat upon less sanitary. It is in my mind an indication of whether the person is worthy of any respect.
Want to manage your weight?
Here's a good start:
Eat a moderate amount of animal protein, preferably raised without GMO feed.
Eat very little carbohydrates and this includes anything containing sugar or starches, and this includes, but is not limited to, refined sugar,honey, maple syrup, agave, and other slightly refined sweeteners, fruit, cereal, breads and grains and their derivatives, and starchy vegetables such as potatoes, carrots and squashes.
Carbohydrates are the only macro-nutrient that the body has no requirement for.
There's a strong message here.
Eat very small quantities of fruits and nuts and only when in season north of the equator (if you live north of the equator).
Eat as much good fats as you want, to satisfy your appetite; and this includes fats associated with animal and seafood protein, butter, coconut oil, small quantities of olive oil and excludes trans fats and vegetable oils.
The most important step here is to drastically reduce your consumption of sugars and starches.
Do the above and you will not only manage your weight, but you will also improve your health.
Nobody gets "locked out"! Season pass holders just make tee times like anyone else. Every course does it--it's just one way to manage the business efficiently. 125 golfers are a drop in the bucket...maybe a few players who play a little more often. Don't worry! It's not an "exclusivity" conspiracy--we'll all get to play!
I am looking forward to trying out the new sport of snowshoeing. Never to old to try something new
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