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... leaving only a tiny proportion that results in landfill, as well as, all that potentially dangerous lead is kept faraway from water supplies. * Check if the configuration from the computer you might be buying is good. In 1943, the Colossus was secretly designed at Bletchley Park, Britain to decode German messages. This device has made every single day life considerably more organized and comfortable. ...
... crowd. Bronson then takes us to find the only pastrami sandwich in the whole of New Zealand.
Previously: Adventure Time with Action Bronson Pt. 1 (New Zealand)
Posted by Mr. Xon Monday, March 10th, 2014 at 7:51 pmunder:
While the weather did improve a bit from January, it still was not the weather we have come to love and expect from Florida. We did, however, manage to get a few boating days in and 2 beach days (well technically 1 beach day and a good intention 1 hour of beach another day)! We took a casino overnight trip to Miami Gardens and even won a bit of mad money…we celebrated my great nephew Rileys 7th birthday..we had some family time, first a ...
... the sponge industry in the 1930's. Evidently a red algae bloom in 1947 wiped out the sponge beds and many in the industry switched to shrimping and fishing.
We found the town quite unique with all the Greek restaurants and small, locally owned shops. We had dinner at Rusty Bellies on the waterfront and had a delicious Gyro the next day for lunch.
... camper tonight.
Sat to have our
cocktails and the cousin Eddy and his wife (National Lampoon) arrived on the motor bike pulling the popup.
They were soaked!! Opened the popup and it smelled like mushrooms were
growing in it from being so wet. The mattress was wet, the blankets,
pillows, everything. What a mess. David strung a line to hang stuff and we had
mattresses on the truck, blankets, pillows, strewn everywhere - ...