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Snorkeling Vacation Preparation

Ways that you can ensure that this adventure will be fun and safe for everyone is to prepare in advance before your vacation begins. The information provided will make your experience more enjoyable. Take swimming lessons before you begin your trip, if necessary. Many local organizations in your area can provide more information for you. […]

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Memorial Gardens Are Divine

It all started out as a birthday gift for my wife, Bobbie. I bought her a real-size, painted, concrete bear. It looked so real. She loved it. Then I placed it in a circle and added a wooden, miniature windmill next to it. Then it looked so cool, we decided to plant roses around it. […]

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Jesus Taught It, Too – The Early Roots of the Law of Attraction – A Critical Literary Review

The Law of Attraction is not a newly revealed secret, it was taught by a very humble man of God more than 2000 years ago. “Jesus Taught It, Too: The Early Roots of the Law of Attraction,” by Philip Harris presents a compelling argument that the Law of Attraction is not a modern paradigm shift. […]

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Phoenix Demographics

People looking to purchase Scottsdale real estate or Phoenix homes will want to know something about the people whom they’ll have as neighbors. Fortunately, there is plenty of demographic information available. With a population of well over 1.5 million, Phoenix is the fifth-largest city in the U.S. The entire metro area is home to over […]

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Raping Louisiana – A Book About the Katrina Disaster and Its Continued Aftermath

Hurricane Katrina, a disaster of Biblical proportions, is no longer in the news but the devastation of the land and the victimization of the residents of the Gulf Coast continue. Philip Harris’s Raping Louisiana – A Diary of Deceit addresses the aftermath of the storm through the eyes of Steve Burgoyne, a middle aged truck […]

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Goldendale Washington – Revisited

The big sign along Highway 97 just south of this little town in Washington State proudly proclaims: Welcome to Goldendale, The Golden Gate to the Evergreen State. This is quite a motto to live up to, and this has been the motto for the community for as long as I can remember, and I go […]

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Romantic Weekend Getaway – Victoria, Canada

The Romantic Weekend Getaway is here; however, the only thing missing is you! You now have the opportunity to surprise your loved one, whisk them off their feet, and head off into an exciting romantic adventure. Where?…Victoria Canada; board the Victoria Clipper and languish in romance at the Victoria Marriott Inner Harbour. This was the […]

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Editing Tips For Your Non-Fiction Work

Good writing, even the best writing requires editing. Editing is critical to the success of your work. In order for a book to be the best product that a writer can put out to their audience, the editing process must be approached with great care and attention to detail. Writing to be read means thinking […]

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Rockhounding in Washington a Quick Geologic History

Washington has some of the most important agate deposits in the United States, which include the famous Ellensburg Blue Agate. Much of the richness of Washington’s agates is a result of a long and often violent geological history filled with volcanic eruptions and huge sediment carrying glaciers. The state of Washington can be has many […]

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Area Code 253 – Find Out About Washington Numbers

Because of high population and the addition of millions of cellular phone lines, states like Washington have had to add new area codes to cover their ever expanding need for phone numbers. Washington started out with just one code, and then added another back in the fifties. Since then, the modern technology that we all […]

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Washington State Camping

When planning a camping trip in Washington State, there are many things to be considered. Since the state of Washington varies greatly in both climate and terrain, you will need to determine what area of Washington will meet your and your family’s expectations. From shorelines to ice-capped volcanoes, Washington state camping offers a wide variety […]

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Preventing Cities From Becoming Concrete Jungles

The further standards of living continue to advance and countries become further developed are the reasons the world we inhabit is slowly turning into one huge concrete pit. More devastating than permanently destroying the ecosystems that were in place is the major contribution to the pollution problems our world is battling because of these concrete […]

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Your Extravagant Seattle Wedding – 6 Steps For Planning an Over-The-Top Wedding in Seattle

You are getting married in Seattle, Washington and have the remarkable opportunity – and budget – to create an extravagant wedding ceremony and celebration. In the past couple of years, big, spendy and over-the-top weddings have become few and far between in Seattle as the economy has taken a bite out of many wedding budgets. […]

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Types of Sailboats – The Different Classes of Sailboats

The types of sailboats on offer and can be split into the following categories – Cruisers, Cruise-Race, Center Cockpits, Pilothouses and Racers. And come in a multitude of different shapes, designs and classes to satisfy all needs and personalities. In order to appreciate the different classes of sailboat its crucial to go view the crafts […]

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Strawberry Care – Actions in Fall Determine Success in Spring

Contrary to popular belief  the success of your spring and summer strawberry harvest is largely dependent on good care in Autumn. In autumn you lay the basis for a successful strawberry fruit production. It doesn’t really matter if you have an established strawberry patch have been active just one season.  Talking from experience many gardeners […]

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Disaster Recovery – How to Recover From Water and Flood Damage

Let’s face it. Accidents happen, grease fires are never planned and who ever sets a goal to have fire damage? Did you wake up this morning and put out an invitation for a hail storm to beat triumphantly against your roof? But it could happen. Oh and God forbid another unexpected flood should arise and […]

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Pest Control – Getting Rid of Spiders

For many people, spiders represent the worst kind of insects. However, while many may have an inherent fear of spiders, they actually serve a very beneficial role in the ecosystem, controlling the rest of the bug population by being so high up in the food chain. Seeing one or two harmless spiders around should actually […]

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When And How Often Should You Aerate Your Lawn?

Aerating your lawn is important as it allows an easier movement of nutrients, water and air in your lawn. By aerating, you are allowing the nutrients to move further into soil to reach the roots. It also helps your soil to keep water for a longer period of time. Under normal conditions, aerating your lawn […]

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Which Natural Hazards Present A Higher Risk: Earthquakes Or Volcanoes?

I’ve always been fascinated by natural hazards and therefore I decided to write this article on the subject. There are many different factors which influence the magnitude and the frequency of either an earthquake or a volcanic eruption. But apart from this there are some major differences between earthquakes and volcanoes. Earthquakes for example are […]

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