Clarion Hotel & Conference Center
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... and spent 4 days fixing it up and headed to Iowa with:
1. A ton of RV **** from Dottie
2. My entire family which consists of three full grown adults, a half sized Colby, and our standard poodle Ember
3. Two Kayaks, tools, clothes for a three weeks trip, towing equipment for the new RV and a ton of other junk.
We had some much stuff that I needed to pile it on the ...
... flight path will take us north, passing through Beijing, Mongolia & Siberia, before turning east, and passing slightly south of the North Pole, The Artic Circle, and Canada.
We lucked out as we're sitting in bulk head seats, without anyone sitting in the middle seat. As far as I can determine, there are no babies or young children on our B777-300ER jet. Our flight landed at 1:15 pm, and we were home by 3 pm.
... to load in and out of. This venue was placed in the water on Jones Beach, NY. In essence it was Long Island, but that is not the point. Since the back dock was a boat dock, we had to load in and out through the front, meaning that between shows, there was no possibility of loading out Def Leppard’s equipment. The other factor was that my video wall on downstage right was right in the way ...
Is it possible that only two weeks ago today a foot of snow fell on Long Island? Am I exaggerating when I say that only one week ago we were in a deep freeze with the temperature at 4 degrees, and minus 15 with the wind chill? All true, and add to that the misery thousands of flights canceled due to the extremely cold weather.
As I listen to the radio this morning, the forecast calls for sunny skies with temperatures in the mid 40's on Long Island. What’s ...
... as well as an abundance of nutrient-rich material provide an optimal habitat for many infaunal and epifaunal invertebrates. Some invertebrates such as the burrowing anemomes (top left) capture food particles from the water column, whereas deposit feeders sort through the sediment for nutrients.