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... poured their delicious brew! Thank you for your support and helping make this success possible. All of the funds raised will go to helping establish a community seed bank at ENCA Farm that will serve not only ENCA's production but support farmers throughout the region. This is one of the main projects I will be working with the family on during this ...
... femelles sempre amb els cadells. Sabíeu que les foques poden capbussar-se fins a sota l'aigua més de 300m. per buscar menjar? Foques i lleons marins són animals carnívors que s'alimenten de peixos, crustacis i fins i tot de petits pingüins. També vam veure dues Àligues calbes, també residents a l'illa de Vancouver. Sabíeu que aquestes àligues mengen principalment peixos, carronya, ratolins i rates i fins i tot altres aus? ...
... br> around this place"
So begins our journey into vinyl fence building.
The ground here has a lot of clay in it. So Roy decides he will just dig 72 holes 8ft apart.
Mel say nooooo we will rent an auger. So first two augers would not dig at all. Come to find out
they had bad bits.
Third day rented an auger that had to be delivered so Roy asked Mel to have the delivery man show them ...
... at a bank to get some cash - saw parking slots with block heater plug-ins Fairbanks is about 300 feet lower than Pleasant Hill, CA - thought that was interesting. So as we start to climb as we leave Fairbanks the views are starting to become more spectacular - however, in all the pull-out you can't see anything because of the trees - so as Neal so eloquently put it - if they'd cut the %##& trees maybe we could see ...
Well I thought I better start this travel blog up again, seeing as I did such a good job of keeping it up to date in our south American leg (noooot). But I think I might have a better shot this time. We have a lot more down time and my own laptop so hopefully I'll be more inspired to write some entries. Like right now, I’m sitting in the sunshine in Larrabe state park, Chuckanut. So that beats a ...