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... the first day and home from North Carolina to Cape Cod on day two. Naples Florida is a long drive.
We found snow still on the ground at home and a burst water heater with a good deal of water in the basement. It's back to work and the everyday concerns of day to day ...
A short drive from our condo down to Collier Seminole state park for some hiking and exploring. The heat seems to really kick in around 11:00am and the bugs follow soon after. Trail head signs warn of multiple snakes and two steps down the path we hear a loud rustling by our feet that has us laughing nervously. Once again, the ...
... relatively short amount of time. On a planet the size of Jupiter earth gas resources would not be strong enough for us to travel efficiently from one distant locale to the other. So maybe on planets the size of Jupiter there are sources of fuel that propel their travel machinery much, much faster so that their civilizations can get from point A to B in what is, for them, a reasonable amount of time. So theoretically could earth people here benefit from discovering these types of resources on ...
... tourists around a short piece of the glades scaring away just about everything within a 5 mile radius. When you have to put on earmuffs to protect your hearing, you know you're not going for a quiet paddle through a mystic environment.
Useless facts- the first airboat, called the Ugly Duckling, was actually built in 1905 in Nova Scotia, Canada by Alexander Graham Bell- the guy who invented the telephone
... Asian countries they use a toilet hose in place of toilet paper. I think they are correct in a cosmic sense, but the people here in the US still prefer toilet paper and big septic tank cleaning bills along with a chafed butt. Here in the US we stubbornly cling to our system of measurement while the rest of the world long ago switched to metric.
“Star Trek: The Original Series” got it right. They had the technology. But they used it to physically ...