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... s and picked up sandwiches and brought them with us for an ocean picnic. Nice gentle waves rolling in made a beautiful setting. A neat side note, we both saw our first live drone. Actually it was not live, but it was in person. A young man was flying it over the beach practicing taking pictures with it.
After we got past yesterday’s viewpoints we started stopping at almost every one. We were able to see multiple critters each at a .different site. ...
... assembled the manner you did to them.5. Overproducing Your PitchKeep it simple: smoke machines, light shows, or No monster trucks. Tell your narrative, support it and leave time.The further you add on, whether it presenters, multimedia, or jargon, the more difficult it's to share your message.6. Under-PreparingYou have to take however little it might appear. You never know which demonstration or assembly will ...
... you to stand! Unfortunately, we didn't see any bears/mountain lions, apparently the Bears were all still high in the mountains. The weather was really hot up there, we were worried we would get cold as it was snowing there a couple of days ago.. No sign of the snow but it meant the rivers and waterfalls were flowing fast and very impressive! We left Yosemite at 4:30pm (after almost abandoning a guy ...
... that Carnival has turned this most British of brands into just another cruise line, but with good music. The use of the US Dollar as the onboard currency and changing the ship's registration from Southampton to Hamilton doesn't seem in keeping with the brand. Carnival promotes Cunard's 'specialness' but they don't deliver on it. Customer service has been disappointingly poor. Despite all the moaning and complaining, there are far more positives ...
... very kind of Jill. By the time dinner was finished (completed by a wonderful lemon pie made from the lemons in the backyard), got the bags in and got the kids off to bed it was time to head that way ourselves. Another long day of travelling down, we marvelled at the change in Ashton. He began the journey refusing to walk into an elevator himself and not wanting to step on an escalator to having to be careful he didn't go on the elevator ...