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Reduce your KIA Sedona speed gradually, keeping a straight line. Move cautiously off the road to a safe place well away from the traffic. Avoid stopping on the center divider of a highway. Park on a level spot with firm ground. Stop the KIA Sedona engine and turn on your KIA Sedona emergency flashers. Firmly set the KIA Sedona parking brake and put the transmission in “P”. Have everyone get out of the KIA Sedona on the side away from traffic. And get far away from the roadway. Read the following instructions thoroughly. The tell-tale signs of Fall's arrival are evident. Green. That's all you see in Summer on our single track here in the Mid-West. The single track being the only deviance from the otherwise monochrome cladding of the woods and forest floor during the high Summer months. The days are growing shorter though, and the rains aren't as frequent. The measure by Sen. Hollis French, D-Anchorage, does not name the Pebble Mine. It states simply that the legislators would have to approve operation of such a mine that could aversely affect the waters of the Bristol Bay Fisheries Reserve. The measure is specific that it would not apply to existing mining operations in Alaska or mines that do not affect the waters of Bristol Bay. Donny Olson, D- Golovin.
Peggy Wilson, R-Wrangell, and Rep.But that's about to change. Recent federal legislation has freed pollock catcher/processors, catcher boats and motherships from the restrictions on vessel rebuilding and replacement previously imposed by the American Fisheries Act and the North Pacific Council's license limitation program. Proposals by the H&G mixed species trawl fleet and Pacific cod freezer longline fleet for similar relief are pending. In the rush to put operating capacity on the water, many vessels were converted from other uses – crab boats, oil supply vessels, salmon tenders, navy vessels, even a container ship – anything that provided a hull, a propulsion system and a platform that could be adapted, more or less, to the new use. At the farm stands you can get them as fresh as can be - within a couple hours of being picked. Next up are peaches and nectarines!Also, we had some very special guests last week. I look forward to posting about the visit in the next few days. I waddled out to the grape vines with Hubby early this morning. I had to lean over quite a bit to find my boots in the beautiful autumn confetti. The grapes are finally ripe after several months of hot summer sunshine and crisp fall air. We only picked a colander's worth because we plan on making smoothies with them in the blender. Our plan to make wine and jam. well, it will have to wait until next year. It's been a while since I've posted any progress on my Dutch Treat blocks. March & April have been very busy months. Dutch Treat is a long term project I want to make progress on this year. Blue bells was my first block of the quilt that required a bit of simple embroidery. It was an enjoyable block to stitch. Opposition mobilized today to draw attention to a continuing injustice that arose with the visit of Pope Francis to Cuba. Yesterday, UNPACU's leader Jose Daniel Ferrer Garcia announced that there movement would be protesting to demand the release of the three jailed activists and regime repression. Today that promise was carried out. The country needs to hear this from the Black perspective. Long before I was born, my grandfather Joseph Burleson, owned a considerable amount of land in oil rich Texas. Because during that era, Blacks could not vote, nor could they contest anything in the courts of the United States, my grandfather's land was STOLEN by his White neighbor. My grandfather, who was literate and better educated than my grandmother, drove to town. Seeing my grandfather leave, the covetous neighbor asked my grandmother to show him the deed to the property. He snatched it. The prevailing law at that time was he who held the deed owned the land.
Do you think that is something that I am PROUD OF? Right now I should be living off the oil and gas royalties.He was wanted for attempted murder, failure to stop for blue lights and sirens and child endangerment. ". I had to post this cute picture of B with his Kindergarten animal diorama. His class had a family "showcase" last week and it was so fun to see all of their projects and hear them tell facts about the animals they chose to research. So cute!Blake chose to research a Baboon, since he loves monkeys. I bought the mama baboon with the baby on her back, found the shoebox and then let Ryan and B go to town, making the diorama together. I was so impressed with Ryan who oversaw the whole project but had Blake do most of the work. It's so great to see a man gently helping his son learn, work and be creative. I'm reminded of a quote that I used on a scrapbook page back when B was a baby. Right or wrong we all have to make decisions. We decided to send Far Guy to surgery to have his port replaced. It will happen soon. He asked my opinion and I think that having a port keeps him out of the clinic and all the germy people…which in turn keeps him out of the hospital. .