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Gregg Havens
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Attended Honeoye Falls Central
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Outstanding once again. Thanks for the visual and personal trip.
We decided to spend our final day in Southern Japan exploring Miyajima (officially named Itsukushima). I was pretty excited to get my feet onto this island, but I didn't realize just how much I would love exploring this plac...
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If the loudest voice wins the Republican side, I'm going to need better noise cancellation headphones.
Donald Trump is defending Russian President Vladimir Putin against allegations that he has given orders to kill journalists in his country, and adds “you're supposed to be innocent until proven guilty,” which is an American thing, not Russian. Trump-screengrab-ABC ...
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Mt. Fuji while traveling at 170MPH on the Shinkansen towards Yokohama. Taken in the auto mode Galaxy Note 5. 
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Visiting family in Japan. It has been cloudy for most of the time. But yesterday it dawned clear and we found a location to vies Mt. Fuji. She was a bit bashful but I found a place and time to see her summit. Taken with my Galaxy Note 5 and edited slightly with Snapseed. 
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Many changes ahead.
 
$5 Crude Contango Creating A Global Oil Supertanker Parking Lot
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Oil storage problems are so severe that traders asking ships to go slow, and that is where we see something very strange occurring off the coast near Galveston, TX.
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All in favor of having all current politicians out of office at the next election, vote for someone new. All in favor of limiting the election cycle to 2 months MAX, plus one this post... you have a choice...  VOTE and VOTE for zero incumbents.
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Hey Congress.. instead of piggy backing amendments on bills, vote for individual bills.. It means more votes but votes on an item not many.  Highway bill... vote for highways. don't add World Bank.  #idiotsinwashington  
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Awesome. Your writing brought it back for me. Dad
Kyoto Day 5 Welp, it's our last day. :( Our train was scheduled to leave around 3 pm, so we had a few hours in the morning to squeeze in a few more of the sights on our list. With a 0600 alarm set, we were up early! ...
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Great memories!!!
If you are a regular reader, then you remember how much we L-O-V-E-D our Chiba explorations with Clayton and Tisha a couple months ago (if you're not a regular, here is that link: Chiba1). Just across that little bay there ...
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I think I would have enjoyed the lights at the rice patties. Looks like a real nice day.
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Aging is reality....musculo-skeletal , cognition, memory,  multi-tasking  and more. The video is informative #agingparents  
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Anyone who think the people of the "VIEW" are anything but terrible want to be entertainers need to think again.
“If you meant your comment about my face being demented and a Halloween mask is humorous, so be it." Fiorina says on The View
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This is an updated and improved version of an upload from May of 2013. In this herd there were over 110 individuals. Southern Kenya just north of the Tanzanian border.
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Exploring Kyoto, Day Five
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Kyoto Day 5 Welp, it's our last day. :( Our train was scheduled to leave around 3 pm, so we had a few hours in the morning to squeeze in a f

Exploring Kyoto, Day Four
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Kyoto Day 4 Our goal today was the center of Kyoto, starting at Himogamo Shrine, making our way south to the Imperial Palace, then Nijo Cast

Exploring Kyoto, Day 3
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Day three! I can't believe we are halfway through our week! We've already seen so much, and have so much more on our list! However will we s

Exploring Kyoto, Day One
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Kyoto...all I can say is...amazing! AMAZING!!! Day one in Kyoto We were up Monday morning and, after a sweet friend dropped us off at the tr

Grandma and Grandpa Visit, 2015 edition!!
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We were lucky enough to have a few weeks to spend time with Grandma and Grandpa this year in Japan! First, Grandma came to hangout for a few

Tokyo with Clayton and Tisha ~ Part 2
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The day started out like any other. We drank coffee. Then, we drank a little more coffee. We plopped ourselves in the car after lunch and ma

Aunt Tisha and Uncle Clayton Visit Japan-land! Part 1
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This is another one of those stories that has a "before" and an "after" with a major event sandwiched in-between...more on that later! I've

Conquering Mt. Fuji
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Fuji-san in the distance Yes...I've heard it's hard. Yes...I've heard I will lose toenails. Yes...I heard it will be cold at the top. I've h

Geometric shapes hunt
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Garytt: We have SO many cylinders in our house! Why do we have so many cylinders? I think we need to get more pyramids in our house!

Tsukuihama Tourist Farm ~ Strawberry picking
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Last week the kids and I met our friend, Junko-san, and a few of her friends for a strawberry picking adventure! Junko-san teaches English c

"Math is so boring"
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"I don't want to do math today. Math is so boring," said my recently very reluctant 6 yo homeschooler this morning. So, I say: "Well, hold o

Magic happens when we throw the plan out the window
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I spend a lot of time planning out our school weeks: writing it in the planner, researching cool projects to do, finding coloring pages to g

First Hike of 2015! Takeyama Hiking Course
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This weekend I made a trek (ok, a short train ride) to Tsukuihama to walk, climb, slide, maybe fall, and talk my way around a few mountains

Oh, the wonderful art of reading...
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Mackenzie: Mommy, I really like reading in my head. When I read in my head I can chew food AT THE SAME TIME!!!

Quick trip to Kannonzaki Park
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For Thanksgiving this year we decided to take it much easier than we did last year. No waking up at 0500 to start turkey and pie and all the

Koyo on Mt. Takao
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Momiji - Maple tree It's Fall! And, that means...I'm on the hunt for the yellows, oranges, and reds in the trees (Koyo: roughly, autumn foli

Gion-yama Hiking Course, Kamakura
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Mackenzie's birthday was Tuesday and so she was allowed to chose an outing to celebrate. Her choice: hiking...a girl after my own heart! Luc

We finally made it to Odawara!!!
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We have been to Hakone several times. We went on our own pretty soon after we got here, we took Morgan, we took Gregg and Joan, and a couple

Tokyo Day 2 with Dave
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Our first day in Tokyo was picture perfect...clear blue skies as far as the eye could see! Our second day...not so much. The rain started ju

New Activities This week
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Last school year the base started offering a homeschool Gym and Swim class. We missed the sign up period for the last session, but not this

Three bedroom, 1 bath accommodation. In a very good location to visit temples and shrines in Kyoto. Close to a train station and buses. Use Japan Rail PASMO get anywhere on the city. We used this as a home away from home for four nights. Frig, stove, broiler, shower, tub, 2 real beds and futons enough to sleep six. It met our needs most excellently.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Work done right. Fair price. Ball joint and arms replaced, tune up 91 S-10, valve cover gaskets.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Only spent one night, but this new hotel was outstanding. Clean room, great fitness room, good complementary breakfast. In a quiet area of town with new buildings all around.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
We stayed at the Intrepid's Lodge and had an excellent experience. The Tents we stayed in were first class with an en-suite facility that all our needs. The food and service was great. I highly suggest that April is a great time to visit the reserve. We were up close and personal with all the wildlife that the reserve has to offer. It was a wonderful start to our two week Kenyan Safari.
Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: Very GoodService: Excellent
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reviewed 2 years ago
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What a find. We arrived at 7pm without a reservation. But were told we could get served now in the bar area. Sat, ordered and served in less than 20 minutes. Outstanding shrimp and grits and lime grilled shrimp. Go the next time you want a great meal.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
It is up a very long and rough dirt road but is shown as a jewel of a resort when we arrived. You are at 7,000 ft and the air was clear and dry. All the services were great with a room that was down a path but on the doorstep of nature. I highly recommend the Lodge as a place to stay on your Kenyan Safari.
Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Top notch resort with outstanding service, food and views. We spent the day just on the property and enjoyed everything. It was a highlight of our Kenyan Safari.
Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed 2 years ago