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I was starting to wonder how much time we'd actually be spending in Utah, when he finally got a positive response from the Madison Arm Resort in West Yellowstone. We could arrive the next evening, but only stay two nights, not three. It was expensive


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The explosive conclusion to Lindsay Cummings?s epic fantasy adventure series about a magical world at the center of the earth that New York Times bestselling author of the Seven Wonders series Peter Lerangis says is? filled with imagination and sneaky humor. In this third book, perfect for fans of Brandon Mull and Lisa McMann, the Balance Keepers must fight a dangerous traitor in an epic battle of magic. Albert and his Balance Keepers teammates have been called back to the Core for immediate action! There?s a serious Imbalance in the fantastical underground Realm of Belltroll. Without intervention, everything from New York to Yellowstone above could be swallowed by earthquakes. It?s clear the mysterious traitor who caused last term?s chaos is at it again, and with a vengeance. Albert?s super-magical Master Tile helped fix the Ponderay and Calderon Realms in previous terms, but now it seems the Tile may be more trouble than it?s worth. Because if it?s Albert?s Tile the traitor is after, there will have to be a battle sooner or later, and only one of them can win?


The Traitor of Belltroll

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Price: $16.63

The explosive conclusion to Lindsay Cummings?s epic fantasy adventure series about a magical world at the center of the earth that New York Times bestselling author of the Seven Wonders series Peter Lerangis says is? filled with imagination and sneaky humor. In this third book, perfect for fans of Brandon Mull and Lisa McMann, the Balance Keepers must fight a dangerous traitor in an epic battle of magic. Albert and his Balance Keepers teammates have been called back to the Core for immediate action! There?s a serious Imbalance in the fantastical underground Realm of Belltroll. Without intervention, everything from New York to Yellowstone above could be swallowed by earthquakes. It?s clear the mysterious traitor who caused last term?s chaos is at it again, and with a vengeance. Albert?s super-magical Master Tile helped fix the Ponderay and Calderon Realms in previous terms, but now it seems the Tile may be more trouble than it?s worth. Because if it?s Albert?s Tile the traitor is after, there will have to be a battle sooner or later, and only one of them can win?


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Saturday Ramblings, August 8, 2015

Tomorrow marks the one-year anniversary of the death of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager shot by police in Ferguson, Missouri. Brown’s death sparked violent protests in the city, and police responded in a way that many felt escalated the violence. To commemorate the anniversary, the Chosen for Change foundation founded by Brown’s family is planning what it calls a weekend of “positive and peaceful” events. The events, many organized by Brown’s father, include marches, concerts and a moment of silence at midday on Sunday on the street where Brown was killed. I don’t know much about the Canadian religious scene. Apparently the largest denomination, the United Church, has been long known for its liberal leanings and inclusiveness. But one minister is testing the boundaries: The Rev. Gretta Vosper, spiritual leader of West Hill United Church in suburban Toronto, is an avowed atheist. Vosper has been upfront about this since 2001, but things came to a head earlier this year after she wrote an open letter objecting to a prayer a fellow minister had written following the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris. Vosper said the prayer should have acknowledged that belief in God could trigger extremism [because, ya know, all the great massacres of the 20th century (the Cultural Revolution, the Stalinist purges, the Khmer Rouge) were led by Billy Bibles]. Vosper will face a church hearing to determine whether she is upholding her ordination vows, which included affirming a belief in “God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. ” One proposal on the table is to trade her to the Unitarians for cash and two seminary prospects. The following video is definitely not safe for work [not for the usual reasons], but I have to give full credit to this church for their radical contextualization of the gospel in modern American culture:. Bernie Sanders is the only person running for president who would call himself a socialist. That, and the fact that he is Jewish, is why it surprised many people when he accepted an invitation to speak at Liberty University on September 14. “It goes without saying that my views on many issues — women’s rights, gay rights, education and... I think it is important, however, to see if we can reach consensus regarding the grotesque level of income and wealth inequality in our country, about the collapse of the middle class, about the high level of childhood poverty, about climate... ” Good for him, and good for Liberty. MEGYN KELLY, FOX NEWS CHANNEL: Mr. Trump, one of the things people love about you is you speak your mind and you don’t use a politician’s filter. You’ve called women you don’t like fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals. DONALD TRUMP: Only Rosie O’Donnell. KELLY: For the record, it was well beyond Rosie O’Donnell. TRUMP: I’m sure it was. KELLY: Your Twitter account has several disparaging comments about women’s looks. Does that sound like the temperament of a man we should elect as president. TRUMP: The big problem this country has is being politically correct. I’ve been challenged by so many people and I don’t frankly have time for total political correctness. And to be honest with you, this country doesn’t have time either. This country is in big trouble. Secretary of State: Mr. President, the Israelis are a offended that you called them “muslims with money” and have pulled out of the peace proposal. Trump: The big problem with this country is those Mexican rapists taking our jobs. Fed Chairman: Mr. President, the national deficit has risen 63 percent since you started your Trump Mars Resort. Trump: The big problem this country has is that we gave women the vote. SecDef: Mr. President, the Russians are incensed at your invasion of Ukraine and calling Putin, “my little bitch”. Trump: The big problem with this country is that we don’t have enough guns. What you see above is something that , until this week, only a very few highly-placed Mormons have ever laid eyes on: the seeing stone by which Joseph Smith is alleged to have used to interpret the Book of Mormon. The LDS Church published photos of the a.

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  1. I was starting to wonder how much time we'd actually be spending in Utah, when he finally got a positive response from the Madison Arm Resort in West Yellowstone. We could arrive the next evening, but only stay two nights, not three. It was expensive
  2. Reintroduced wolf in Yellowstone National Park. Photo by: Barry O'Neill. “Before I encountered these The stories have forced open doors I had shut, doors to that greatest of all mental feats: the simple sense of wonder.” In an August, 2015
  3. “I do wonder if (social media) makes people more willing to take a risk to get a picture,” said park spokeswoman Julena Campbell. “It's a bragging rights kind of thing. But it's not worth your life or physical safety.” The bison injury Yellowstone
  1. RT @just1fool: I wonder if the highway to hell is a fast trip or one of those god awful family road trips to Yellowstone.
  2. RT @just1fool: I wonder if the highway to hell is a fast trip or one of those god awful family road trips to Yellowstone.
  3. RT @just1fool: I wonder if the highway to hell is a fast trip or one of those god awful family road trips to Yellowstone.

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Fire Lake in Yellowstone
Before I get started, I finally had a chance to comment (#184!) on the "The Moments Between" post from a few days ago. I'm very happy people are actively guessing and experimenting to do the same thing! I think that's very healthy and much better than just getting an answer... although I will expose all in the future. It reminds me of last night. I was in San Francisco with a bunch of very nice people from Peachpit, the company that is publishing the upcoming book. After Indian food, we all went out to walk the streets of San Francisco so I could give them a few tips on HDR shooting. One of the gals, holding her D60 without a tripod, was asking me about "What happens if I set the ISO down to 100?" I said. "Hmm... I wonder what would happen... Why don't you try?" (of course I knew the answer)... but better that she finds out herself. (she did). This photo below is from Fire Lake. Yes, I dipped my hand in. I had to! I could not resist. It...
Yellowstone Wildflowers
"Stop the car!" I yelled as we passed a field of wildflowers along Yellowstone Lake. This is the result. On our trip back to Seattle, we are taking the scenic way. Today's diversion took us through Yellowstone, where I had never been. Until today. For me the single most impressive thing about this park was not the waterfalls, wildlife or geysers, but the COMPLETELY AMAZING wildflowers that grow profusely.
Yellowstone Bison
Anyone who has been to Yellowstone knows that herds of Bison are often easily spotted throughout the grassy plains of the park. Sometimes they stay far from the roads and can only be seen through binoculars or telephoto lenses, but sometimes they venture closer to the roads allowing you to admire their massive heads and features close-up. This male was enormous and did me the favor of crossing the creek while practically looking at me, perhaps wondering if I were good to eat? (yes I know they are herbivores, but hey they LOOK like they would enjoy a taste of me). I still needed my 400mm lens to get the details of his coat, horns and eye. As you can see he has not yet lost all his winter fur. Some of the others, also in the process of losing their winter coverage, looked downright ragged, like an old worn carpet that has seen too many years. I wasn’t keen on letting them know though . . . . . they are just too intimidating to mess with! This is one of the wonders of Yellowstone....
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I've ridden a rubber raft in big-time white water on both the Snake River and the Yellowstone. I've air-boated the Everglades ... animals or birds and no opportunity for people to relish the wonder of the outdoors. It could be promoted as a destination ...

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