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... the inside out in my own time and rhythm;
To give light to my inner energy and spirit, enabling my sense of curiosity, asking questions, and fostering creativity even in the little things I do;
To use my mind to focus – for learning, exploring and discovering;
To encourage my energy flowing and honor my body and health – “my package” – by exercising and eating healthfully;
... items whose pages have been earmarked with a folded edge. How about an amphibious car that performs like a submarine or a sports car? Only two million dollars. Or how about this comfortable head covering/pillow for plane flights? If you put this on would they let you stay on the plane? All of us joined in the banter and sharing of hiking trails that we could try next year if we return. Mostly ...
... Harvey decides to play with the point and shoot in panorama and video modes. I love his experimentation and it’s inspiring. It makes me realize that when I look at the traditional still images, my memory triggers the recall of the smells and sounds and I am transported back to the time and place when I captured the image. ...
... of connection within minutes. I love their home as well - you'll see what I'm talking about. Well, that's about it - I've got only 6 days left here in my cabin, then I'll head South to Londonderry and next Wednesday I've to leave... Cheers, Ulli Hallo aus NH, es ist nicht viel passiert in letzter Zeit, ich war ein wenig faul - außerdem nähert sich mein Urlaub leider langsam dem Ende und ich versuche, so viel Entspannung wie ...
... Hampshire, we head east on NH-112, the famed "Kancamagus Highway," through a mountainous area of the White Mountain National Forest. The Kancamagus (pronounced "Kank-ah-maw-gus") is a 26.5-mile long (about 100 yards longer than a marathon), two-lane road that winds along the Swift River and is designated a National Scenic Byway.
My PGA West golf pal, Dan Zeising, claims he rode (or drove, or hitchhiked) the Kancamagus ...