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... of Parks and Recreation. After its recovery and rehabilitation, the tree was returned to the Memorial in 2010. New, smooth limbs extend from the gnarled stumps, creating a visible sign between the tree’s past and present. Today, the tree stands as a living reminder of resilience, survival and hope and rebirth. Stopped for dinner at a Morrocan restaurant not far from the Memorial and then caught the subway and train back to the station near the ...
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... Workhorse dealer to fix the warning light. Until then, it will keep beeping and turn bright yellow, but we can live with that.
The day was spent (when not on the phone with the repair shop) having a leisurely, late breakfast, reading some in our room since they gave us a late checkout, having a quick hot dog at the movie theater for lunch and ...
... reduce highway deaths by reducing speeding. I really think the name "speed limit" should be changed to "stop limit" as we all know we can drive faster than the posted limit safely. The issue is how fast can I stop should an obstacle or accident appear in front of me? Given the number of accidents, fatal and otherwise, not fast enough. As a biker, I try to travel in the empty space between the pockets of traffic since bikes stop faster than cars and cars stop faster than ...
... get it off with no trouble. We decided to take Molli to PetSmart to get a flea/tick bath and to take Barbara to a doctor to get the tick bite inspected. The doctor felt that there is little chance of Lyme disease infection, even if the tick were carrying the bacteria, because Barbara felt the tick bite her, and we got it out within 20 minutes or so of the bite. We’ll continue to monitor the site, but it’s looking fine.