Nice Pet Food photos

Nice Pet Food photos

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The Dog Show – U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys, South Korea – 8 September 2012

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U.S. Army photos by Victoria Choi

By Victoria Choi
USAG Humphreys Public Affairs

CAMP HUMPHREYS — Excellent weather, fantastic tricks, happy dogs and their owners. Camp Humphreys Commissary the third Annual Dog Show had it all here, Sept 8.

The Humphreys Commissary brought a dog-loving part of the community together and organized a dog show that featured best tricks and best dressed contests.

The event was organized by commissary and sponsored by Purina, a pet food producing company.

“Here at the commissary, we always try to think about customer satisfaction and organize more events like this one. The purpose of this event is to keep our customers happy,” said Nam, Chol-yun, the merchandising manager at the commissary.

Participants registered their dogs for the contest at noon and the show started at 1 p.m., outside of the commissary. Dogs were divided into two groups according to their sizes – big and small. Participants from each group demonstrated their tricks and showed off their outfits.

Decisions were made by the judges, winners were announced and they received commissary gift cards. gift card was awarded for first place in the best tricks category, and a gift card for first place in the best dressed category.

Other participants did not go home empty-handed either. Several bags of dog food were given away in appreciation for participating.

According to Marcus E. Brice, the store worker leader at the commissary, the dog show is getting bigger here.

“[The] first year there were only one or two dogs, but we now have a nice bunch of them,” said Brice.

Ten dogs participated and more dogs were present to enjoy the show and support their playmates.

“I like seeing members of the community taking their own time to come out and supporting the event. We want to say thank you and give something back to them at least,” Brice added.

Pagi Speegle, the owner of Callie, who won first place in the best tricks category and Blondie, the second place winner in the best dressed category, said that she enjoyed the show and got a chance to socialize.

“I am glad that they put this event together, I was not expecting it and it is so nice.” said Speegle.

JJ, the 2011 Korean Dog Show champion wrapped up the show by performing breathtaking tricks.

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Image by Julie Smith David
This is part of the meat department – a whole case of refrigerated pet food for dogs and cats! It was amazing!!!

Nice House And Home photos

Nice House And Home photos

Some cool House and home images:

Image from page 332 of “The pilgrim’s progress from this world to that which is to come, delivered under the similitude of a dream” (1863)

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Identifier: pilgrimsprogress00buny_0
Title: The pilgrim’s progress from this world to that which is to come, delivered under the similitude of a dream
Year: 1863 (1860s)
Authors: Bunyan, John, 1628-1688 Cheever, George Barrell, 1807-1890. [from old catalog] Harvey, William, 1796-1866, [from old catalog] illus Dalziel, George, 1815-1902, [from old catalog] engr
Subjects: Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages
Publisher: London, H. G. Bohn
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress

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Text Appearing Before Image:
MQnh Dart THE PILGRIM. now, my little book, to every place,Where my first pilgrim has but shewn his face.Call at their door; if any say, Whos there ?Then answer thou, Christiana is here.If they bid thee come in, then enter thouWith all thy boys. And then, as thou knowst how,Tell who they are, also from whence they came:Perhaps theyll know them by their looks, or name :But if they should not, ask them yet againIf formerly they did not entertainOne Christian, a pilgrim. If they sayThey did, and was delighted in his way,

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G G 226 THE AUTHOR S WAT OF p^ S.®£ Then let them know that those related wereUnto him; yea, his wife and children are.Tell them that they have left their house and home,Are turned pilgrims, seek a world to come;That they have met with hardships in the way,That they do meet with troubles night and day;That they have trod on serpents, fought with devils,Have also overcome a many evils.Yea, tell them also of the next who have,Of love to pilgrimage, been stout and braveDefenders of that way, and how they stillRefuse this world to do their Fathers will.Go, tell them also of those dainty thingsThat pilgrimage unto the pilgrim brings.Let them acquainted be, too, how they areBeloved of their King, under His care;What goodly mansions for them He pro-vides;Though they meet with rough winds and swelling tides,How brave a calm they will enjoy at last,Who to their Lord and by His ways hold fast.Perhaps with heart and hand they will embraceThee, as they did my firstling, and will graceThee and t

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Nice Outdoor Activities photos

Nice Outdoor Activities photos

A few nice Outdoor Activities images I found:

Norway

Image by Nouhailler
Fjords
Norway is famous for its fjords, two of which, the Geirangerfjord and the Nærøyfjord, feature on the UNESCO World Heritage list. The Sognefjord, the longest of them all, and the Hardangerfjord, famed for its cherry and apple trees, are among the most visited.

Northern lights
The Northern lights are a common natural phenomenon in Northern Norway, and are most commonly observed above the Arctic Circle between late autumn and early spring.

Midnight sun
The sun does not set in summer over the Arctic Circle, meaning visitors to Northern Norway enjoy 24 hours of daylight this time of year.

Weather
The weather in Norway is much milder than one would expect. Because of the Gulf Stream, temperatures along the coast of Norway are 5-8°C higher than at comparable latitudes elsewhere.

Vikings
The Vikings have a bad reputation as raiders, but they were also traders, explorers and settlers, and the legacy from the Viking Age (AD 800-1050) lives on.

The Sami people
The Sami are the indigenous people of Norway. Known for their colourful clothes and the huge herds of reindeer they look after, the Sami have been living in northern Scandinavia for over 10,000 years, and today they have their own parliament in Karasjok.

Famous Norwegians
These include explorers Roald Amundsen, Fridtjof Nansen and Thor Heyerdahl, composer Edvard Grieg, violin virtuoso Ole Bull, artist Edvard Munch, playwright Henrik Ibsen, novelist Knut Hamsun, and politician Gro Harlem Brundtland, among many others.

The Royal Family
King Harald V, the King of Norway, and Queen Sonja have two children: a son, Crown Prince Haakon, who is married to Crown Princess Mette-Marit, with whom he has two children and a daughter, Princess Martha Louise, who is married to Ari Mikael Behn.

Trolls
Trolls are an important part of Norwegian folklore. They vary in size and appearance, but are invariably ugly and messy creatures, and always mischievous (if not downright nasty). They usually live in caves or deep in the forest, and only emerge from their hiding places after sunset – legend has it that they turn to stone upon contact with the sun. Several places in Western and Northern Norway have been named after them, such as Trollheimen, Trollstigen, Trollhatten and Trollveggen.

In Norway everyone has the right of access ("allemannsretten") in the countryside – including the national parks.

Marked trails
Several national parks have arrangements for outdoor activities with a network of marked paths and trails and overnight accommodation in either staffed lodges or self-service cabins.

In vulnerable areas where it is desirable to limit the impact of visitors, paths and accommodation are minimal. General regulations concerning free access and special regulations concerning preservation in the individual parks may limit what is allowed.

Wild reindeer
National parks are particularly important for species that need relatively large and undisturbed areas to survive, such as wild reindeer, predators and birds of prey. Many of these are at great risk from human intervention and some are even threatened with extinction. Norway has an international responsibility to look after endangered species and their habitats.

Nearly 85 per cent of Norway’s national parks are mountains. The mountain landscape varies from endless gently rolling high plateaus to sharp peaks, ravines and glaciers.

Campos do Jordão

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Campos do Jordão é um município brasileiro localizado no interior do estado de São Paulo, mais precisamente na Serra da Mantiqueira. A cidade tem altitude de 1628 metros, sendo portanto, o mais alto município brasileiro, considerando-se a altitude da sede. Sua população estimada, em 2004, era de 47.903 habitantes. Dista 167 Km da cidade de São Paulo (capital), 350Km do Rio de Janeiro (capital) e 500 Km de Belo Horizonte. Sua principal via de acesso rodoviário é a Rodovia Floriano Rodrigues Pinheiro, que tem início em Taubaté, município localizado a 45 km da cidade.

Campos do Jordão é chamada de Suíça Brasileira, principalmente pela sua arquitetura de influência europeia e pelo seu clima frio. Por isso, a cidade recebe maior quantidade de turistas durante a estação do inverno, especialmente no mês de julho.

Campos do Jordão is a municipality in the state of São Paulo in Brazil. The population in 2003 was 47,903 and the area is 290.27 km². The elevation is 1,628 m.
The city’s economy is based mainly in tourism; due to its location at high elevation (on the Mantiqueira mountains) and European-looking architecture. Buildings are mostly German, Swiss or Italian inspired. Many of the richest people from the state of São Paulo build there their winter country houses there and July (the winter season vacations) sees an enormous influx of visitors (more than quadrupling the city’s population), due in part to the winter festival of classical music. Its attractions throughout the year include German and Swiss food restaurants, bars and a cable car. There are many pousadas (inns) and chalets.
There are numerous outdoor activities for winter residents and tourists. These include hiking, mountain climbing, treetop cable swings (arborismo), horseback riding, ATV riding, and motorbike riding. The mountain ranges provide unique panoramic views and much of the area is still undeveloped. Also, in order to cater to the large number of visitors, several bars, lounges, discos and clubs will open up during the winter months.
The state governor also has his winter residence there, the Boa Vista Castle.
The city, due to its elevation, is relatively cold for Brazilian standards. In summer, maximum temperatures average 24°C/75ºF and minimum temperatures average 13°C/55ºF. In winter, maximum temperatures average 18°C/64ºF and minimum temperatures average 4°C/39ºF. Temperatures drop below zero sometimes in winter (lowest ever recorded: -7.3°C/19ºF), but snow is very rare. The winter is normally the dry season and the colder weather allows for warm fireplaces and winter foods such as fondue, soups and hot chocolate. In spring and summer, one can see Hydrangea macrophylla blossoming all over the town.
Despite of the high income of many visitors, the HDI (0.820 in 2004) of Campos do Jordão is not very high because the owners of the houses in the best neighbourhoods are not regular inhabitants; these houses are used only during the holidays. The city can be reached from São Paulo mainly by road through the Rodovia Floriano Rodrigues Pinheiro. There is also a picturesque railroad from Pindamonhangaba, used mostly by tourists. At the end of the main road going through Campos do Jordao, there is a state park called Horto Florestal.

Campos do Jordão é um município brasileiro localizado no interior do estado de São Paulo, mais precisamente na Serra da Mantiqueira. A cidade tem altitude de 1628 metros, sendo portanto, o mais alto município brasileiro, considerando-se a altitude da sede. Sua população estimada, em 2004, era de 47.903 habitantes. Dista 167 Km da cidade de São Paulo (capital), 350Km do Rio de Janeiro (capital) e 500 Km de Belo Horizonte. Sua principal via de acesso rodoviário é a Rodovia Floriano Rodrigues Pinheiro, que tem início em Taubaté, município localizado a 45 km da cidade.

Campos do Jordão é chamada de Suíça Brasileira, principalmente pela sua arquitetura de influência europeia e pelo seu clima frio. Por isso, a cidade recebe maior quantidade de turistas durante a estação do inverno, especialmente no mês de julho.

Campos do Jordão is a municipality in the state of São Paulo in Brazil. The population in 2003 was 47,903 and the area is 290.27 km². The elevation is 1,628 m.
The city’s economy is based mainly in tourism; due to its location at high elevation (on the Mantiqueira mountains) and European-looking architecture. Buildings are mostly German, Swiss or Italian inspired. Many of the richest people from the state of São Paulo build there their winter country houses there and July (the winter season vacations) sees an enormous influx of visitors (more than quadrupling the city’s population), due in part to the winter festival of classical music. Its attractions throughout the year include German and Swiss food restaurants, bars and a cable car. There are many pousadas (inns) and chalets.
There are numerous outdoor activities for winter residents and tourists. These include hiking, mountain climbing, treetop cable swings (arborismo), horseback riding, ATV riding, and motorbike riding. The mountain ranges provide unique panoramic views and much of the area is still undeveloped. Also, in order to cater to the large number of visitors, several bars, lounges, discos and clubs will open up during the winter months.
The state governor also has his winter residence there, the Boa Vista Castle.
The city, due to its elevation, is relatively cold for Brazilian standards. In summer, maximum temperatures average 24°C/75ºF and minimum temperatures average 13°C/55ºF. In winter, maximum temperatures average 18°C/64ºF and minimum temperatures average 4°C/39ºF. Temperatures drop below zero sometimes in winter (lowest ever recorded: -7.3°C/19ºF), but snow is very rare. The winter is normally the dry season and the colder weather allows for warm fireplaces and winter foods such as fondue, soups and hot chocolate. In spring and summer, one can see Hydrangea macrophylla blossoming all over the town.
Despite of the high income of many visitors, the HDI (0.820 in 2004) of Campos do Jordão is not very high because the owners of the houses in the best neighbourhoods are not regular inhabitants; these houses are used only during the holidays. The city can be reached from São Paulo mainly by road through the Rodovia Floriano Rodrigues Pinheiro. There is also a picturesque railroad from Pindamonhangaba, used mostly by tourists. At the end of the main road going through Campos do Jordao, there is a state park called Horto Florestal.

Dinner is Ready

Image by Cajie
Summer is over and before the chilly Winter starts next month, the weather is lovely which means picnics and outdoor activities in Kuwait.

Nice Pet Food photos

Nice Pet Food photos

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Grab-and-go bag for your pet

Image by BC Gov Photos
Pets are important members of our families. Make sure to consider them in your emergency planning. Create a kit with extra pet food, water, ID tags, leashes and a litter box if you have a kitty. Call around in advance to find pet-friendly hotels or shelters in your area. It’s also wise to plan how you’ll gather and transport your pets during an emergency.

Gandalf, The Miracle Kitty Update

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Look at Gandalf now! He is the miracle kitty who survived after his parent died from the contaminated pet food in the early spring. He is so beautiful and has a very sweet temperment.
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Gandalf’s photo with Barrister.