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It seems that together with modern day verbal exchanges programmes, there exists a smaller amount level of privacy every single day. World wide web, social support systems, cell phone and other signifies make it possible for entire guests to be able to quick look in your life and pay attention to some stuff have been properly disguised . not so in the past. Among those points is usually do-it-yourself porn video lessons. Sex ...
... is a short movie of our friends Graham and Traci’s
son Campbell, who was one of 15 motocross kids from across Canada whom were
invited to race at the major moto in the Rogers center, where he finished in 3rd
position. He shows he is quite the man with his thank you speech on the main
podium of what looks to be a sold out venue. He refers to me as Grampa Tom!
The next is just a heads up. I submitted a story and a few
pictures of ...
... down places on the Texas side that did not recover from the
floods of a few years back after the hurricane. This is also a major crossing
for illegals, and the Border Patrol is out in force, and you can see the paths
along the shore line where the would be new Americans come down to the shore
and swim the 100’ across the slow moving and warm Rio Grande River. According
to you guide there are approximately 1235 illegals, that is somewhere above
The US tradition of Thanksgiving deserved a roast dinner which I cooked in a park in Mississippi accompanied by pumpkin pie (not made by me that one, but Walmart!) When we set off, Kevin was keen to take a route to Texas that took us through Louisiana and touched into Arkansas just because we haven't visited that State - boys! We had sunshine and farmland and trees still in various stages of Autumn - must be the different varieties but there were ...
This morning I awoke thinking about our target birds for the day...LEAST GREBE, RINGED and GREEN KINGFISHER. We set out for Santa Ana NWR early. Upon arriving we quickly noticed that today was going to be a challenge as the trails were quite muddy in the aftermath of what we call mini-hurricane South Texas (remember yesterday's entry?). Despite the deluge yesterday, much of the ponds were very low and I was a little concerned about how hard it would be ...