Cooper Spur Mountain Resort
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... for myself but I love sappy romance. Not to mention, I
think we all need a little more love in our lives. We plan to meet new
people and make many new friends along this trip. We will then ask our
newfound friends to tell us a story about love. Now, of course, there
will be some about romance, but there are many kinds of love that I
expect we’ll hear about; some funny stories, some of heartbreak, some of
unconditional love. We hope to ...
... the more advanced slopes to see how I go.... The first half hour wasn't overlay enjoyable as I was trying to remember all the little things that apparently make such a difference when skiing whilst listening to all the instructor was saying (at least this time its in english, last time it was a French instructor). Slowly things started to make sense and it all seemed so much smoother, ...
... annual basis we release about 3 – 4 million smolt salmon. This hatchery raises 12-13 million fish… and is the largest Hatchery in the ODFW (Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife) system… A smolt salmon is a small fish, capable of making the journey to the ocean and then around the pacific rim… this fish is about 4-5 inches long and has spent most of a year in the hatchery… the rest of the salmon smolt released ...
... and begin feeding the 75 year old, 11 foot long Herman who has his own pond replete with a sunken observation area from which visitors can see him swim endlessly by a large plexiglass window. I toss in the whole fish first followed an hour later by the chunks. The person who is supposedly waxing the armadillo at this time is actually in that viewing area. She said the whole fish were consumed immediately.
Hope you all have as much fun as we are. Adios.
... generally loses all enjoyment of life. It makes me want to kill him, which is the opposite effect of that of a predator toward a fainting goat so perhaps my comparison is faulty. Instead of going on and on about it, I guess I should just add this to my list of reasons why coming to Long Island terrifies me-it makes me want to kill my husband. And if that's not a reason for staying home, I don't know what is.