Devils Head Resort
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... miss with all my heart. True, I will be back, but I don't want to leave them in the first place. I wish I could just take them with me or not leave in the first place, but they said they will be here when I get back so I'll be looking for them :)
The countdown is on! Here I come Florida, but I'll be back Wisconsin. Don't forget me because I won't forget you.
I'll be seeing you.
I actually was able to fit everything I had in my little PT Crusier. Good little car! haha... She had a tune up, semi new tires, new hub, new brakes, new oil and oil filter, fill up on trans fluid and wiper fluid. She's all set and ready for the drive. I put both of the back seats up so there would be more room in the back for all the junk I have ...
... get the hat and glasses and then set out for Milwaukee, stopping off at Dubuque to have a look at the mighty Mississippi River and to take a rickety old cable car to the top of a high ridge over the town, which gave us a great view. We also saw our first ground hog, which was chomping on flowers alongside the cable track - it looked like a guinea pig on steroids - and also saw some chipmunks and a squirrel! Back ...
... to utilize monsters, naturally occurring plants and shrubs, and exposed minerals to generate creating materials. It is possible to either sell these on the market, or better yet, use them to create strong guns, armour, and support equipment. You could also slow down and cook a meal that is fine to enable you to boost your statistics passively and recover electricity and health after combat. This might need an entire information unto it self ...
Since the late 1970s, the University of Alaska Fairbanks' Geophysical
Institute has provided this column free in cooperation with the UAF research
community. Ned Rozell is a science writer for the Geophysical
PHOTO CAPTIONS/CREDITS: Northern aurora at the onset of a substorm by N.
Rozell. Professor and Director Emeritus Syun-Ichi Akasofu in his International
Arctic Research Center office. Photo by N. ...