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... are a number of various types of silver jewellery in the market made of different qualities. The colour and quality of true silver is rather sophisticated and an excellent material for many pieces of jewellery.
Silver jewellery tends to lose its luster rather more than other kinds of silver, such as silver coins and bars, so it is important to keep it safeguarded. Fortunately, with a variety of silver cleaners offered today, it can be made to look new once again.
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Day 5A day of rest at the Galveston Island State Park! I took the day off from driving and rested and rearranged my stuff. The bed in the back had become wet from the rainstorm the other day so I set everything out to dry well. In the afternoon I went for ...
... movie The Princess and the Frog, other than that the alligators didn't sing or play musical instruments. There was also heaps of cool birds and turtles!
On the home we went to the German Grill for lunch, I saw my first real cowboy going to fill up his horse at the service station and my first giant church. The day was nicely rounded off with some chocolate fudge ice cream at Ben and Jerry's. ...
... it. How very random.
Entry to the museum cost $8 each and we made our way up the walkway ramp to the permanent jack-up rig that formed the museum. As we walked up we spotted a couple of Pelicans in the next-door quay. Wow, we said, that's so cool! And then we looked down. They were everywhere! Just sitting around on the rocks below! Surreal. Definitely surreal.
We wandered around the museum where Ben pointed out which types of rigs were used for the various ...
(August 2010, not September yet) Its about a month before the trip. Thinking about packing in the worst humidity we have ever felt feels completely wrong right now. It feels like 100 degrees on most days and all of the blog entries for September that I have read show photos of people in full winter gear in Switzerland. Hard to imagine we will experience that in just 4 short weeks. I peeked in a local store ...