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Grand Canyon National Park: View from Rim Trail east of Mather Point

Grand Canyon National Park: View from Rim Trail east of Mather Point

Some cool Outdoor Activities images:

Grand Canyon National Park: View from Rim Trail east of Mather Point

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Summer storm clouds over the Grand Canyon. NPS Photo by W.Tyson Joye

Mather Point, a short walk from the Visitor Center, parking lots and the shuttle bus transit station, is one of the most popular and busiest viewpoints on the South Rim of Grand Canyon. For visitors entering the park on the South Rim, Mather Point is the often the first place to stop and view the canyon.

From Mather Point, the views are spectacular and there are many places to look down into and across the canyon.

Summer storms in the southwest are often accompanied by potentially deadly lightning. Visitors walking and hiking in the park are reminded that if they can hear thunder, they should consider ending outdoor activities.

If the sound of thunder follows a lightning flash within 30 seconds, seek shelter inside a building or vehicle. If this is not possible, move well away from high points such as ridges and the edge of the canyon. Do not seek shelter beneath tall trees. Lightning strikes within Grand Canyon National Park an average of 26,073 times per year.

For more on how to be "lightning smart" download the Grand Canyon Lightning Danger Info Sheet: www.nps.gov/grca/planyourvisit/upload/LightningDanger.pdf

Summer temperatures on the South Rim, at 7000 feet (2135 m), are relatively pleasant with high temperatures generally in the 80s (27-32°C) (with temperatures typically warming to over 100 degrees (>38°C) at the river near Phantom Ranch (2400 feet/762m). North Rim summer high temperatures are typically cooler than the South Rim due to increased elevation (8000 feet/2440 m), with highs typically ranging in the 70s (21-26°C).

Overnight lows can still drop near to below freezing occasionally on the North Rim, although typically low temperatures range from the 40s and 50s (4-15°C) at the South Rim to the 60s and 70s (16-26°C) at Phantom Ranch.

Summer thunderstorms frequently occur during July, August, and early September with the potential for torrential rains, frequent lightning, and sudden flash floods. These thunderstorms are extremely variable in intensity and location and occur mainly between the hours of 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Some of these storms can reach severe levels, with large hail, damaging winds, and occasionally even a tornado.

Outdoor Activities (BBQ)

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Being an active person is pretty enjoyable, especially when outdoors and with friends. So why not enjoy a nice meal with them as well. Grilling has been a fun activity for me ever since my father taught me how to cook.

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Image from page 41 of “Terra Mariae” (1905)

Image from page 41 of “Terra Mariae” (1905)

A few nice House and home images I found:

Image from page 41 of “Terra Mariae” (1905)

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Title: Terra Mariae
Year: 1905 (1900s)
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Subjects: University of Maryland (1812-1920). School of Medicine University of Maryland (1812-1920). Dental Dept University of Maryland (1812-1920). Law Dept University of Maryland (1812-1920). Dept. of Pharmacy University of Maryland (1812-1920). School of Medicine University of Maryland (1812-1920). Law Dept University of Maryland (1812-1920). Dept. of Pharmacy
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The squirrels pinching the birds food. i really need to learn to take better pictures, again i left the flash on for this.

5 Easy Steps To Finding The Best Work From Home Opportunities

5 Easy Steps To Finding The Best Work From Home Opportunities

When you set out to look for a real work from home opportunity the whole subject can be really confusing at first. This doesn’t even take into account the scams and rip-offs that you really need to steer clear of.

There are hundreds of work at home programs to choose from. Some are free; some are free to join and then you pay a monthly fee; others charge a minimal fee right from the start. If you do your research before joining up with any program it should be relatively easy to find one that can work for you.

Whether you are thinking about starting a free or a paid for program, you need to think about what you will get from it. It’s not all about how much money you can make. For example, the way the program is structured or run can make or break your involvement.

The best programs will give certain things to make your involvement as easy as possible, and ultimately as profitable as possible. So here are the five key features you need to look for in the best work from home programs:

1. Step-by-step guidance on how to perform your job. Many poorly organised programs may simply leave you to work out the requirements of your job for yourself! If the job is even slightly complex then you could be “working in the dark” for weeks, before you finally find your feet.

If you have a well laid out description relating to what you are supposed to do you can get off to a flying start. By following a detailed work plan, or job description, you can be efficient, effective, and be making a good income almost from day one!

2. Advice on how to avoid the normal pit falls of the job. Good work systems will not only tell you what to do, but also tell you what to avoid, and what to do when something goes wrong. It’s all very well knowing what you should be doing, but knowing what to do if things don’t go to plan is entirely different.

By having a FAQ list, or plan of action in the event of a malfunction, is a great benefit. Some of the best work from home programs will supply you with flowcharts to follow when things don’t turn out as expected. Tools like these are invaluable if your work from home job is to be as organized as possible.

3. Organized, understandable system of working. By having a tried and tested work system you will automatically know what to do, and in the correct order or sequence. This should allow you to make the most of your time, and so make the most of your income potential.

Work systems come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Some of the most common and most useful are flow charts and work flow manuals. If your research promises either of these then you can be sure that someone has at least thought about your job, and how to help you make the most of it!

4. Customer support – someone you can ask question of when you need help. You should be told who to contact if you have problems. Ideally this should be a telephone number of a help desk, and not just an email address. The quicker you can get problems sorted out the faster you can get back to doing your work!

Some of the best work from home agencies or providers will give you a named contact person within the organisation. Having named contact is perhaps something to look out for in every work from home job. Ideally for that person you should have a telephone number, perhaps live chat, text (SMS) facility, email or even a cell phone number.

But certainly a telephone number and email address, at a bare minimum, should be provided for help.

5. Getting paid on time, every time! If you do work for anyone then you should know exactly how much you are owed. You should also be told about any regular deductions from your pay, and exactly when and how you will be paid.

Any organisation that cannot pay up on time, or who continually does not get your wages right, is not worthy of your time and attention. All the best work from home providers ensure their staff are paid on time every time!

By sticking to this five part investigation plan when you are looking for a work from home opportunity you can do your research knowing that any organisation that ticks all these boxes will probably be worth a closer look.

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10 Parenting Tips From a Toddler

10 Parenting Tips From a Toddler

Toddlers are FUN! They are also a lot of work. In order to maximize the fun times with these little guys, it really helps to stick with some tried-and-true strategies.

If your little guy or gal could speak, these might be their 10 parenting tips for their weary parents:

1. The fun in parenting me is just beginning.

Mom and Dad, I’m just getting started. I don’t know what I’m doing yet, but that doesn’t seem to be a problem. It would probably help if you, as the wise and mature one in this relationship, remember these concepts on my behalf. I will make lots of mistakes and I’ll need lots of patience from you for a long, long time, so please don’t use it all up while I’m still only a toddler!

2. I like to know what’s going on. Because most the time I’m clueless.

You call it structure. It’s about naptimes and bath times, and stopping-playing times and cleaning-up times and getting-in-the-carseat times. All I know is it always comes at the wrong time when I’m doing something else. But I have noticed (a little) that it’s comforting to do the same things over and over again. Gives the world a little predictability, you know?

3. Tell me what I can…and can’t do.

I don’t know what’s safe, what’s okay, what hurts other people, what makes people smile at me. I’m learning about everything and you’re my teacher.

4. Stay calm.

One of us has to! I’ll tell you a little secret…I’m not very good at being calm some days. Things just start happening inside of me; it’s a little scary. So it helps me a lot to know I can depend on you to be calm, no matter how I feel.

5. I like to go.

To the store, to the library, to museums, to Grandma’s house, to the pet store. I need to see lots of people and places. But it does help if all these places are short visits. I get tired easily. And we all know what happens when I get tired….

6. Too much is too much.

When it comes to going places and doing things, I think I like to go and do everything, but the truth is I get over stimulated sort of easily. Just like the tired thing. I can’t tell you when it’s happening, of course, but a couple of hours are a long time for me. When I get overloaded, I definitely stop learning new things.

7. Fun is my favorite thing!

Can we play games? Can we tickle? Can we march around the house like soldiers? Can we bend over and peek between our legs? I would love to pick up my toys if you can show me how to make a game of it. If you need me to sit still, I can do that much longer if we can sing songs and do finger plays together.

8. Have you been outside?

It’s amazing out there! There’s grass and rocks and trees and sunshine and cars and people and bugs and once it even dripped water on me from the sky! You gotta take me outside!

9. Teach me to read.

Not words yet, of course. But you’ll want me to be able to explore a wide world some day and reading will do that for me, so I need to be practicing now. Everyday read a picture book to me. At first I won’t want to sit still, but I’ll get less wiggly over time. Reading is a great way to calm me down for nap and bed time, too. And it means sitting and cuddling with you, one of my favorite things to do.

10. Am I acting out?

There’s always a reason for why I’m doing what I’m doing. I just have no way to figure that out…that’s your job. I may only be tired and a good nap will cure me. But if there are things I don’t understand and that scare me going on in my family or environment, I will act out to try to tell you about my discomfort. I don’t know what else to do. It’s up to you to be a detective and figure out what I need.

Well, that’s my 10 parenting tips for toddlers. They make sense, huh? I just know they make me feel happy and safe inside.

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Colleen Langenfeld has been parenting for over 27 years and helps other moms enjoy mothering more at http://www.paintedgold.com . Visit her website and grab another 10 parenting tips today.