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847 E. Jersey st. Elizabeth NJ 07201.
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Pilgrimage at the Shinomiya Shrine (Miyajima, Japan 2015)

Two Japanese girls in traditional pilgrim dresses, make their way to the Shinomiya Shrine, under the brilliant canopy of autumn leaves in Momijidani park.

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The Real Estate Group Rules

The group has been growing rapidly so I wanted to take the opportunity again to review some of the most important rules of the group. It seems there are a growing number of people that fail to read rules when they join groups on Google Plus.

I am starting to get really irritated that some continue to want to do as they please instead of following rules. From this point forward if I have warned you about breaking the rules you will not get a third chance. I will BAN you from the group! So if you don't want to listen then do so at your own peril.

1. NO REAL ESTATE LISTINGS - This is not, I repeat not a place to post your listings! Nobody cares you just listed a 3 bedroom ranch in India, Idaho or anywhere else! There are plenty of places to post your listings. Don't do it here. This is a place to learn NOT a place to advertise.

2. No link-litter. If you've found or written an interesting article, or found something to re-share that you think the community needs to see, please share it! But we want to know why you think it's share-worthy.

Not all of us have the time or inclination to click through and see if it means anything to us personally. So write something of value that summarizes why you were intrigued.

This means you MUST have a description with your post or it will get removed.

3. No ads or SPAM. This group is not about personal promotion! It's ok to cite your own work as examples, so long as they are relevant to the community.

For example if you own a tool that will help increase a real estate agents business by all means tell the group about it.

This isn't a place to shout LOOK AT MY WEBSITE! I am a bad ass Realtor - I am the BEST SEO DUDE, Look at ME over here.

No LOCAL Posts - Do you think when you post about the real estate market in California that anyone else cares but maybe those in California? Trust me they don't. You won't get any interaction on it so don't post it.

Posts to the group should be relevant to the masses not a small segment of readers.

If you're not sure, ask yourself this question: Will what I'm about to post encourage discussion within the community? If not, it's SPAM!

#realestate #realestateagent  

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Most people consider allergies as a spring complication, but with any season change comes its irritants. Make sure you protect against those fall allergens by following these simple steps.

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One of my favorite things to do during fall is see the changing leaves on a color tour. The hues of red, yellow and orange leaves are beautiful, especially on a sunny day. There are a few different ways to do this; by foot, bike, or if you really want to have some fun…by packing into an RV and taking your adventure on the road!
The best time to schedule a trip to see fall foliage depends on where you want to go. According to Travel and Leisure, the colors are in full swing by mid-October in the Midwest and on the East coast. If you want to head to the Rockies or the West coast, plan your visit in early November.
Here are 15 must-see places to drive through this fall:
1.Mount Mitchell State Park, North Carolina
2.Michigan's Gold Coast, Traverse City
3.Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia
4.Coastal Maine
5.Olympic Peninsula, Washington
6.Ozarks, Arkansas
7.Moosehead Lake Region, Maine
8.The Green Mountain and Mad River Byways, Vermont
9.Lake Placid, New York
10.The Driftless Region, Wisconsin
11.Skyline Drive, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia
12.Cades Cove, The Smoky Mountains, Tennessee
13.Crested Butte, Colorado
14.The Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway, Taos, New Mexico
15.Eastern Sierras, California
If you've never been to these places, now is the time to explore.

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Forget teenagers. Adults are the biggest texting-while-driving problem in the USA. What's worse — they know it's wrong.

Almost half of all adults admit to texting while driving in a survey by AT&T provided to USA TODAY, compared with 43% of teenagers. More than 98% of adults — almost all of them — admit they know it's wrong. Six in 10 say they weren't doing it three years ago.

"I was a little bit surprised," Charlene Lake, AT&T's senior vice president-public affairs, says of the survey of 1,011 adult drivers. "It was sobering to realize that texting while driving by adults is not only high, it's really gone up in the last three years."

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