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Glamping New Brunswick at Broadleaf Ranch

I love camping. I really do, especially for the landscapes it allows me to explore that would otherwise be too far from a trailhead to visit. But I also enjoy the full glamping experience where I have a secure to semi-secure roof over my head and I don’t have to worry about being woken up by a bear sniffing around my tent. I also enjoy the simple things like being able to stand up (my tent allows kneeling only), and the use of a toilet instead of an outhouse. It’s a bonus when there’s a hot show...
Tags: Travel, New Brunswick, South America, John, Alberta, Guyana, Hotel Reviews, Bay Of Fundy, Don, Suriname, Moncton, Wolfe, Alma, Hopewell Rocks, Fundy National Park, Peregrine


It doesn’t matter if IITians enter the IAS. The issue is the quality of India’s governance system.

I operate a google group with around 100 retired IAS officers from batches much older than mine. In that group someone shared this article: https://tfipost.com/2021/09/iitians-turned-ias-officers-is-nothing-to-be-celebrated/ MY RESPONSE In my view, the best talent of society must enter politics. The second best must enter senior management in government. The rest of society can manage with other […]
Tags: Travel, India


Valentina's Incredible Giouvetsi Slow Cooked Greek Lamb Shanks!

These incredible Greek lamb shanks are slow baked with pasta until wonderfully tender in one of the most delicious and easy lamb recipes you will ever eat! This is a dish that requires very little hands on time, you leave the oven to do all the work. This is a pushy recipe Dear Reader!
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Posh

The Bon Marché department store is full of posh things for sale and very well dressed shoppers. Aren’t these cute? A little too stylish for me but I do admire them. The exterior of the section of Bon Marché called the Grande Epicerie, full of food items. They always have gorgeous art hanging from the ceiling in the main store. A closer look. The flowers were hand made by 200 women in South Africa. They were paid by the way.
Tags: Travel, Photos, South Africa, Aren, Bon Marche, Department Store, Interior Decoration, Grande Epecerie, Grande Epicerie


Yankees vs. Astros results: McCullers, Morton shine as Houston advances to World Series

null null null Baseball The prophecies are coming true.It wasn’t too long ago wher...
Tags: Travel, Houston, Yankees, Morton, Robertson, Sánchez, David Robertson, Yankee, Gardner, Adam Warren, Astros, Marwin Gonzalez, Gary Sanchez, Correa, Joe Girardi, Bregman


playoffs: Dodgers take commanding 3-0 NLCS lead against Cubs

null null Baseball null The Dodgers traveled to Chicago to face the Cubs in Game 3...
Tags: Travel, La, Chicago, Watson, Espn, Wrigley, Taylor, Los Angeles Dodgers, Turner, Mariners, Mike Montgomery, Pederson, Bryant, Edwards, Barnes, Wrigley Field


Cubs vs. Cardinals series: Preview, time, TV channel, how to watch online

null null null Baseball Two of the NL Central’s toughest will duke it out in a thr...
Tags: Travel, Chicago, St Louis, Cardinals, Brewers, Yu Darvish, Cubs, All Star, White Sox, Ben Zobrist, Jose Martinez, Jose Quintana, Anthony Rizzo, Greg Holland, Bud Norris, Busch Stadium


Corey Kluber injury: Indians ace facing 3-month absence

null Baseball The Indians may be facing an extended period without ace Corey Kluber, who was placed on the 10-day injured list Friday with a broken right arm.According to cleveland.com, “an optimistic outlook” for Kluber’s return right now is estimated to be th...
Tags: Travel, New York City, Cleveland, Twins, Columbus, Cleveland Indians, Parsons, Cleveland Clinic, Indians, Corey Kluber, Kluber, Marlins Park, Mount Sinai Health System, Mike Clevinger, Jon Edwards, 上海419论坛花千网


Yankees vs. Twins takeaways, notes and observations from ALDS Game 1

null null null Baseball NEW YORK — The Yankees draw first blood.It’s the spooky se...
Tags: Travel, New York, Minnesota, Bronx, Rays, Yankees, Twins, Cruz, Boone, Miguel Sano, Paxton, Gardner, Astros, Sano, Brett Gardner, Nelson Cruz


Ronald Acuna Jr. offends Pirates' TV crew by being himself

null null null Baseball Braves outfielder Ronald Acuna Jr. is a magnet for inside ...
Tags: Travel, Marlins, Reds, Pittsburgh Pirates, Brown, Clemente, Blass, Bucs, Pirates, Dietrich, Greg Brown, Roberto Clemente, Wehner, Derek Dietrich, Acuña, Brault


David Ortiz's condition upgraded to 'good'

null Baseball David Ortiz’s condition has been upgraded to “good,” his wife Tiffany reported Wednesday, nine days after he was shot in his native Dominican Republic.“This morning, David’s condition was upgraded to ‘good’ by his doctors and he continues to make pro...
Tags: Travel, Boston, David, Boston Red Sox, Red Sox, Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo, Ortiz, All Star, Tiffany, WCVB, David Ortiz, 上海419论坛花千网, 上海千花网论坛官网x, Massachusetts General Hospital Tiffany Ortiz, Boston David


Fernando Tatis Jr. injures hamstring on bizarre play

null null null Baseball Padres shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. left Sunday’s loss to ...
Tags: Travel, Atlanta, Nats, Padres, Braves, Manny Machado, Union Tribune, Andy Green, Vladimir Guerrero Jr, Victor Robles, Tatis, Fernando Tatis Jr, Wilmer Difo, Tatis Tatis, 上海419论坛花千网, 上海千花网论坛官网x


Mark McGwire's 70-home run season: A timeline of monster shots and memorable moments

Baseball St. Louis Cardinals Chicago Cubs The ESPN 30-for-30 documentary “Long Gone Summer” wil l chronicle the 1998 home-run chase between the Cardinals’ Mark McGwire and...
Tags: Travel, Chicago, Espn, Oakland, Pittsburgh, Phillies, Cardinals, Barry Bonds, Sosa, Mark McGwire, Sammy Sosa, Joe Buck, Diamondbacks, McGwire, Busch Stadium, Maris


Nationals' bullpen cart tryout opens door another crack for old-school novelty

Baseball null WASHINGTON — Baseball fans are bitterly divided over pitch clocks, the shift, universal adoption of the designated hitter. But who doesn’t love bullpen carts?Maybe not everybody. But enough fans love them for more than 400 people to apply to drive th...
Tags: Travel, Washington, Virginia, Ted, Davis, Tigers, Brian, ANN, Nascar, Jay, Nats, Red Sox, Mets, Annapolis, Bryce Harper, Sterling VA


playoffs: Dodgers' NLDS sweep shows they're still as good as advertised

null Baseball Dave Roberts spent the end of August and almost all of September defending moves that didn’t work out, players who didn’t perform and talking Los Angeles Dodgers fans off the ledge.The Best. Team. Ever. ended what once looked like an all-time histori...
Tags: Travel, Washington, La, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Dodgers, Chicago Cubs, DAVE ROBERTS, Barnes, Roberts, Yu Darvish, Zack, National League, Dodgers, Yasiel Puig, Kershaw, Maeda


Miguel Cabrera injury update: Loss of slugger could accelerate Tigers' sell-off

null null Baseball null In the micro of the 2018 season, Miguel Cabrera’s season-e...
Tags: Travel, Cbs, Tigers, Detroit, Twins, Mariners, Iglesias, McCann, Astros, Greene, Cabrera, Avila, Hicks, Al Avila, Leonys Martin, Miguel Cabrera


WATCH: Bryce Harper smacks a broken bat home run vs. Mets

null null null Baseball Bryce Harper is off to a red-hot star t in 2018 and Mond...
Tags: Travel, Washington, StatCast, Espn, Harper, Mets, Bryce Harper, Roy Hobbs, Benny the Jet, 上海419论坛花千网, 上海千花网论坛官网x, Mets Harper




2018: Mets must add to habitually unhealthy rotation to reach contender status

null Baseball The Mets have a chance to contend in 2018. They really do.It may not seem like it after a 92-loss season that was preceded by similar sentiments, but if all goes well this team can at least make a run at a wild card. Of course, the Mets have a histo...
Tags: Travel, New York, Wheeler, Mets, Jake Arrieta, Lynn, Yu Darvish, Athletic, Cobb, John Lackey, Noah Syndergaard, Jacob deGrom, Todd Frazier, Lugo, Ken Rosenthal, Tommy John


's rookie hazing was a dumb ritual that needed to go away

Here’s what bothered me most about baseball’s rookie-hazing tradition: It was another example of athletes operating as though they live outside the basic norms of society.And baseball, for whatever reason, is the one sport where this stuff is most visible and most defended. For all its bluster about being a gentleman’s game that must be respected (or else!), baseball sure has had an affinity for punishment and humiliation in the name of “team...
Tags: Travel, Marine, Starbucks, Bob, Hall of Fame, Charlotte, Phoenix, Dora, Don, Mets, Burke, Sandy Alderson, Kevin Burke, Queens University, Players Association, Womack


Josh Hamilton cleared by Rangers' doctors

Baseball It appears Josh Hamilton will indeed get one last shot at the majors with the Texas Rangers.The team’s doctors visited Hamilton in Houston on Thursday and signed off on the oft-injured outfielder’s health, according to the Star-Telegram. With that hurdle cleared, there’s a “good chance” Hamilton will get a minor-league deal with the Rangers and...
Tags: Travel, Texas, Angels, Rangers, Houston, Hamilton, Texas Rangers, Frisco, Mike Napoli, Jeff Banister, Josh Hamilton, Joey Gallo, American League MVP, Nomar Mazara, 上海419论坛花千网, 上海千花网论坛官网x


Let's embrace the Miller-Britton Theory of Playoff Bullpen Management

null Baseball We are watching an evolution in bullpen management, and it’s a beautiful thing.This revolution has one basic, fundamental principal: In the playoffs, you put your best pitcher on the mound when it matters most.  MORE: Three takeaways from Cubs’ Game...
Tags: Travel, Boston, Toronto, Chicago, Blue Jays, Houston, Cleveland, Yankees, Baltimore, Baker, Red Sox, Miller, Cubs, Dodgers, Orioles, David Robertson


Jim Bouton dies; former Yankees pitcher took people inside the game with 'Ball Four'

null Baseball Jim Bouton became more famous for his writing than his pitching the moment his book, “Ball Four,” was published almost half a century ago. The former Yankees right-hander pulled back the curtain on major league players and the business of baseball, r...
Tags: Travel, New York, Mexico, New Jersey, Yankees, Mantle, New York Daily News, Yankee Stadium, Braves, Astros, White Sox, WCBS TV, WABC TV, Ted Turner, Yanks, Northwest League


Godspeed Julie

  Godspeed cousin Julie. When I saw my cousin Linda's name appear on my phone I knew why she was calling. The news was no surprise yet it was hard to believe, hard to feel, hard to hear the words: Julie died early this morning. Stardust to stardust. A new journey begins for you and those of us who love you. Writing this is surreal... life without you Julie is feels strange and sad.                        [Author: French la Vie]
Tags: Travel, Linda, Julie, French la Vie


Pop of Color

Pop of color perfect dose to brighten the spirit. To poke, "Live brightly, boldly, be beautiful you!"                      [Author: French la Vie]
Tags: Travel, French la Vie


Be the Light

  The church was open late in the evening the only light came from the candles lite by devotion and prayer requests there were a few people silently praying the moment I entered I felt love, sadness, peace and a  release. The womb surrounded me. Be the light. Who are you praying for?                   [Author: French la Vie]
Tags: Travel, French la Vie


One in Spirit

“Someday, after mastering the winds, the waves, the tides and gravity, we shall harness for God the energies of love, and then, for a second time in the history of the world, we  will have discovered fire” Pierre Teilhard De Chardin…   and when the Angels will ask me to recall I will tell them that I remember you ❤️ (via Patricia x)   My many heartfelt thank yous for your support, kindness and messages xxx. while our minds and hearts become one with Julie's spirit. (I am sorry to read about y...
Tags: Travel, Angels, Ali, Patricia, Julie, Pierre Teilhard De Chardin, French la Vie, Judi Susie


Say Say Oh Playmate

    How many hours spent playing, pretending and being happy, did this doll give? How many times did the child's caregiver pick up the toys and put them away with care? A century later her life is scattered on a table for everyone to see: Missing legs, no hair,  no two shoes alike. a collections of mismatched socks  glass eyes, an umbrella (I should have bought that) a cash register and some tiny empty boxes.   Waiting for a new playmate who will accept her on  her...
Tags: Travel, French la Vie


Running Water

      Down by the river, beyond the gate,  a dirt path winds this way and that, between the chestnut trees, the sunlight filters through the leaves, creating lace-like shadows on the ground. The water rushes by and it seems the birds sing in harmony with it. Nothing is asked. Though much is said. Words spoken without a human voice.       The water gathered, Serenading blue, reflecting the sky, Reflecting. I listened. Deeply, without moving, The leaves rustled as the breeze went by,  Diamonds s...
Tags: Travel, French la Vie


Being Present to the Moment

  Being present to the moment- To the kaleidoscope of emotions, To the ever present play of light and darkness in the chasm. Sitting still in the pregnant space... waiting without hurried expectation.                  [Author: French la Vie]
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