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... late 1800's in the expectation of growth and prosperity, but the rail plans were never realized. It's main income now is tourism.
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It was lovely weekend and I got to stay in the 3rd floor guest bedroom with magnificent views out over the water. Thanks Peter, it was great to catch up and I thoroughly enjoyed myself.
... condition, and dry mouth is counter to that. Saliva helps wash away harmful bacteria and neutralizes the acids they produce. Water will help your body produce saliva, so be sure you drink normal amounts of it. You should also get regular checkups both with your dentist and a physician to make sure that your dry mouth isn't just a symptom of a bigger problem. If you suffer from diabetes, then it is vital that you step up your oral care. Most ...
... reminds me of the days I stayed with my friend in the country and got to help with the chores, feed the animals and assist with the birth of a calf (definitely a highlight).
I am proud of myself today for reaching my destination without getting lost. I tried to take part of this route in 1995 and ended up on Interstate 5 after getting severely lost in the countryside. I am so glad I made it Dow highway 9 as it ...
... of the Rotary Club, I am spared the exertion as she has a ¼ size skewbald that sits suspended by a spring at each corner and throws her a full 12” out of the saddle at canter (‘like mummy and daddy’) . . . check out the photograph. Auntie Linda has been here for a couple of weeks during which time she has cleared our pond of weed, insisted on cooking from time to time, dug out flower-beds, planted beans and acted as chief gardening consultant to ...
... see across the water whilst we had lunch. It took us along the coast to Port Angeles where we made a left turn to drive a 17mile 7% drive up a long winding road into the National Olympic Park. The National Olympic Park is one of many national owned parks which does mean we have to pay to enter - $15.00 got us a week's pass into that particular park. The road ended up at Hurricane Ridge which had fabulous view over both ...
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