How to Clean Velvet Upholstery : Home Cleaning

How to Clean Velvet Upholstery : Home Cleaning

How to Clean Velvet Upholstery : Home Cleaning

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Velvet upholstery can be cleaned very easily by using the right products in the appropriate ways. Clean velvet upholstery with help from a home cleaning professional in this free video clip.

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Series Description: Spending just a little bit of your time home cleaning every so often can help make the place look as good as new. Learn what you need to know about home cleaning with help from a home cleaning professional in this free video series.

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Yokoyugawa River, Shibu Onsen, Nagano Prefecture, Japan

Yokoyugawa River, Shibu Onsen, Nagano Prefecture, Japan

Some cool Outdoor Activities images:

Yokoyugawa River, Shibu Onsen, Nagano Prefecture, Japan

Image by David McKelvey
Shibu Onsen is a historic and attractive hot spring town in Yamanouchi, which has retained a traditional atmosphere. Nestled in a small valley, Shibu Onsen is spread out on a gentle slope beside the Yokoyugawa River, with Yudanaka Onsen located below and the Jigokudani Monkey Park above.

During its long history, the area has been visited for its hot spring water by a lot of people, including priests, samurai and poets. Some of the ryokan (Japanese style inns) that line Shibu’s narrow streets, date back over 400 years, adding greatly to Shibu’s atmosphere. Guests of the ryokan are encouraged to take a stroll around town in the traditional onsen clothing of yukata robes and geta sandals.

One incentive to walk around the town is to make use of the public bath houses, of which there are nine. The public baths are locked and, except for one, only accessible to locals and overnight guests, who are provided with a master key by their ryokan. The bath houses are small buildings, divided into a women’s side and a men’s side, and the baths themselves are quite simple. The bath houses are numbered, but also have special names and cure different ailments. Source:
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Yamanouchi is a municipality in northern Nagano Prefecture with a variety of tourist attractions. The area’s Jigokudani Monkey Park draws many visitors because of its unique wild monkeys, who bathe in the park’s natural hot springs. The monkeys are not the only ones enjoying the water, as the nearby towns of Shibu Onsen and Yudanaka Onsen are centered around the bathing experience.

The largest ski resort in Japan, Shiga Kogen, is also located within Yamanouchi. One single ticket gives skiers and snowboarders access to dozens of runs, some of which hosted events during the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics. Shiga Kogen and other parts of Yamanouchi are part of the Joshinetsu Kogen National Park, which offers hiking and other outdoor activities when there is no snow on the hills. Source:

Gifusho Green Band. From Gifu ~ Japan

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Italian Greyhound photographed by Chuck Rogers.

Intro to IGs (taken from the IGCA breed brochure)

"The Italian Greyhound is the smallest of the family of gazehounds (dogs that hunt by sight). The breed is an old one and is believed to have originated more than 2,000 years ago in the countries now known as Greece and Turkey. This belief is based on the depiction of miniature greyhounds in the early decorative arts of these countries and on the archaeological discovery of small greyhound skeletons. By the Middle Ages, the breed had become distributed throughout Southern Europe and was later a favorite of the Italians of the sixteenth century, among whom miniature dogs were in great demand. It is, in fact, due to its popularity in Italy at this time that the breed became known as the "Italian Greyhound." From this period onward the history of the breed can be fairly well traced as it spread through Europe, arriving in England in the seventeenth century."

"An Italian Greyhound was registered for the first time with the American Kennel Club in 1886. Records show that during the same years a few were being entered in shows. After World War I when the breed was in danger of extinction in Great Britain, fresh stock was imported from the United States, giving evidence of the high quality to be found in America by then."

"The Italian Greyhound Club of American was founded in 1954. In 1963, an Italian Greyhound was named Best in Show for the first time, and since then, many others have followed suit."

"The Italian Greyhound is a true greyhound, his small size the result of selective breeding. There is some difference of opinion as to whether he was originally bred for hunting small game or was meant to be simply a pet and companion. It seems most likely that he filled both roles, and for this reason he is very adaptable to both city and country living. He is rather luxury loving and enjoys the comfort of an apartment; at the same time being a true hound, he likes exercise and outdoor activities, weather permitting."

"The Italian Greyhound can weigh as little as 7 lbs. or as much as 14 or 15 lbs., but the average weight is about 10 lbs. His coat is short and smooth and requires little grooming. He is odorless, sheds little, and is not yappy. When he does bark, his voice is rather deep for his size. Although giving the impression of fragility, the breed is hardy, seldom ill, and thrives in such northern countries as Sweden and Finland, housed indoors."

"Perhaps the most outstanding characteristic of the Italian Greyhound is his affectionate disposition. He thrives best when this affection is returned and is happiest with his owner and immediate family. For this reason, he may sometimes seem a trifle aloof with strangers. He is sensitive, alert, and intelligent and remains playful until long past puppyhood. He adapts to most households and gets along well with other pets and children. He is eager to please and learns quickly. Many have done well in obedience trials."

"In appearance, the Italian Greyhound is very similar to the Greyhound, but is considerably smaller and more slender in all proportions. He differs also from his larger relative in his characteristic and elegant gait, high stepping and free. The coat may be all shades of fawn, cream, red, blue, or sometimes black, and it may be either solid or with various degrees of white markings. The coat is fine, smooth and glossy."

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Nice Breakfast Recipes photos

Nice Breakfast Recipes photos

A few nice Breakfast Recipes images I found:

Slightly Soused Seeded Sourdough

Image by yummysmellsca
Whole grain cereal, sunflower seeds and dried fruit get a tad tipsy on Grand Marnier before being kneaded into a whole wheat and rye sourdough and baked to crispy perfection! Raisin bread just won’t seem the same anymore. I was inspired by a Wild Yeast recipe I saw 009/12/06/fruit-and-nut/ for a fruit and nut studded sourdough loaf taken from the book "Bread Matters". Since I had a ton of random ingredients to use up and a starter to refresh anyway, I modified Susan’s ingredients but kept her basic method to create this delicious, hearty loaf.

strawberry banana bread

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1 cup butter, softened
2 cups granulated sugar
2 cups ripe bananas, mashed (about 6 medium-size)
4 eggs
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons baking soda
3 cups flour
1 1/2 lbs sliced strawberries

– preheat oven to 325 & grease 2 loaf pans
-cream butter & sugar
-mash bananas and mix with butter & sugar
-add eggs one at a time
-mix salt, baking soda, and flour together in a separate bowl. Once eggs are incorporated, add flour mixture
-stir in sliced strawberries

bake for about 60 minutes, allow to fully cool before removing from pans