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Jim Chambers
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Attends Cuyahoga Community College
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Hoping this is a stand-alone DLC a la Far Cry 3:Blood Dragon.

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Skeletor learned to wear his PPE the hard way.
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Funeral Museum in Houston, TX or Lakeview Cemetery in Cleveland, OH.

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Lots of maths, I'm happy.
My series on the Pentateuch is plodding along rather slowly and I've still got about another twenty chapters to go before I even finish Genesis, but I'm going to take a break here and attempt a timely discussion of the first ...
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I'd slightly disagree at the assertion that musician's don't promote audio gear.  Guitars, amps, pedals, etc. have long been promoted by musicians.  Other than that, great video.  Thanks for posting.
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    2014 - present
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Nice place to stay. Close to the sights of Hocking Hills. We stayed in Cabin 3 which was nice. We had a feeder that attracted plenty of deer, squirrels, birds (turkeys!), and even the friendliest cat ever. Only dinging a star for the hot-tub. The control panel was missing a key element, the part that tells you which button does what. I figured out how to turn it on and off, but I imagine most people would have a hard time. A skimmer would be nice to have to give it a quick clean before getting in. That said, my wife and I had a lovely time and would likely return.
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We stopped here on our way to Hocking Hills from Cleveland. Though it was raining, we took a great 5 mile hike. There's plenty of trails to explore, we'll have to make our way back. We did see an Indian burial mound, an eagles nest, and the grave markers for the Pool family that settled the area in the early 1800's. If you're into Pokémon Go, you'll love the Charmander nest and plenty of Pokéstops.
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There used to be a Local Tavern in Parma that was top notch, and we lived it. I was ecstatic when my wife saw this one while we're out that way, this one did not disappoint. Though much smaller than the Parma location, the food and service were as good as we remembered. I highly recommend the Shepard's Pie. Portions are big, you may want to share with a buddy.
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We almost didn't take this hike as it was pretty short, but we're glad we did. The path in the gorge is awesome. When it ends, you are allowed to go a little bit further on the path to a waterfall. We went pretty early, so we had it pretty much all to ourselves for a bit. Fair warning-stay on the marked paths! There are plenty of reminders to do so, and you may get fined.
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A nice little stop in the Cleveland Metroparks. Clean bathrooms and a great walk. Just outside the center is a boardwalk and a pond teeming with life; we saw green herons, frogs, fish, and a water snake that caught a fish. Take any of the many trails for a different experience. I like the hiking trail that takes you to Buttermilk Falls.
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The CanalWay Center is part of the Cleveland Metroparks. This is a great place to go for a walk, have a picnic, or just relax. At the nature center there are some displays that kids will enjoy with some live animals and a bird watching area. Behind the center is a path that is part of the Ohio-Erie Canal Towpath trail. This paved path is well-maintained and is a great walk. Heading north you will see oil tanks across the way from BP and static displays from their other neighbor Alcoa. Heading south you could walk all the way to New Philadelphia if you really so inclined, but that would take a bit of time. Though no matter how far you do walk, it is quite beautiful the whole way.
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