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Fee Brothers Old Fashioned Aromatic Bitters: 4 oz
Fee Brothers Old Fashioned Aromatic Bitters: 4 oz
This bottle of Fee Brothers Old Fashioned Aromatic Bitters is a classic cocktail flavoring for any bar. Made with Angostura bark, along with other spices and citrus oils. Used in a Manhattan, Old Fashioned, Planter's Punch and many other cocktail favorites. Opened in 1863, Fee Brothers of Rochester, New York, is in its fourth generation of manufacturing top quality cocktail mixes, bitters, flavoring syrups and other beverage ingredients. In stock and ready to ship. Features: Used in popular drinks such as the Manhattan and Planter's Punch. Similar to Angostura bitters.

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Sapa tours- www.southpacifictravel.com.vn
Sapa tours- www.southpacifictravel.com.vn
Night 1: Night train to Lao Cai Station (C,G). South Pacific Travel's bus and guide will pick you up at your hotel and transfer you for the overnight train to Lao Cai Station. Enjoy the experience the romance of overnight train travel. Summary: • Transfer hotel – railway station: AC vehicle. • Accommodation: Soft sleeper in AC cabin. • Meal: Not applicable. Day 1: Lao Cai Station – Sapa – Lao Chai – Ta Van (B, D): Upon arrival in Sapa Town we have breakfast in local restaurant take time to relax, enjoy Sapa pure asmostphere. Then, in the afternoon, prepare for a great trek down to the picturesque valley of Muong Hoa . We will walk on small paths and trails to reach Lao Chai and Tavan Village to visit the Tay and Day tribes , where we will have unique homestay experience among hill tribe people. Dinner and overnight in the local house. Summary: • Trekking: 15km trek on dirt paths-downhill. Moderate grade. • Meals: Breakfast, Dinner. • Accommodation: Homestay Day 2: Ta Van – Giang Ta Chai – Ban Ho ( B, L, D): Once you get energy for your next day trek by having a delicious breakfast, you leave for Giang Ta Chai village of Red Dao minority. You will trek through bamboo forest which belongs to Hoang Lien National Park . On the way you will find a nice place to enjoy lunch. Amazing sceneries and beautiful waterfall are to be seen in the afternoon. Arrive Supan before getting to Ban Ho - the village of the Tay hill tribe. Take a rest then walking around the village before dinner. Overnight on the stilt house of the local people. Summary: • Trekking: 20 km 7hrs trek– Challenge. • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. • Accommodation: Homestay. Day 3: Ban Ho – Sapa – Lao Cai Station – Overnight train back to Hanoi (B, L): The last day of the Sapa tour will be finished by walking up the dirty path to the main road. Our jeep brings you back to Sapa for lunch, free time in the afternoon then transfer down to Lao Cai train Station for dinner and then the night train back Hanoi. Dinner is for your choice. And then our car will transfer you to Lao Cai station for overnight train back to Hanoi Summary: • Trek: 3hrs trek/dirt paths/downhill. Moderate grade. • Accommodation: Soft sleeper in AC cabin. • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch. • Transfer Sapa town – Lao Cai station: 45 minutes. Day 4: Arrive back to Hanoi : You will arrive in Hanoi Station at around 5h30. Our tour finishes. Quotation in USD per person: Accommodation: Homestay Our prices include: Breakfast and accommodation sharing a twin or double room. Pick-ups and transfers by private air-conditioned vehicle as specified in the itinerary above. Return train tickets: Hanoi - Lao Cai – Hanoi ( King Express train , A/C soft sleeper cabin). Travel in an appropriate private air-conditioned vehicle and/or a Jeep with an experienced safe driver. The services of experienced English-speaking guides as indicated in the itinerary. Where necessary, entry fees for all visits as mentioned in the programme. Lunches and dinners (as specified in the itinerary) in the best local restaurants, or picnics where no suitable restaurant is available. Our prices do not include: International flight tickets and airport tax. Visas. Dinners, except as specified above. Drinks, gratuities and personal expenses. Camera fees (if any). Insurance. The trekking day: A typical trekking day start at about 8.30 am after breakfast. Lunch times can vary depending on the terrain. We aim to reach the next overnight stop by 4.30 or 5. During the trek we will have short breaks for rest, snack and photographing. Food: All meals which are indicated in the itinerary, are included in the price of this trip. Picnic lunch would be prepared by a local restaurant. The emphasis will be on healthy and nutritious fresh local produce. Please inform us if you have any special dietary requirement. The transfers: In Hanoi , Our guide will accompany you to the train to show you your cabin and tell you how to deal with night train traveling in Vietnam . In Lao Cai, our guide will meet you at Lao Cai Railway Station in the morning of the first day. He also sees you off at Lao Cai Railway Station on the third day. When you get back to Hanoi on day 4, you can easily find a taxi to get to your hotel. What to bring: Trekking boot, sun block, hat, anti-insect repellent, sunglasses, rain coat, toiletries, original passport, Note on client safety: We reserve the right to deviate from this itinerary for any reasons, including road and weather conditions, frequency of visits to a village, or for any other factor which may influence client safety. FORM BOOKING Anything you tell us will be treated as confidential and will not be sold to a third party under any circumstances. Please make the process of planning your tour faster by giving us your proper information , only the name and e-mail address boxes are obligatory on the form below: without accurate contac
Chain jumped the sprocket, Rt. 66 - Virginia
Chain jumped the sprocket, Rt. 66 - Virginia
This is right before the fire truck showed up. Evidently if you lay in the grass, enjoying the sun as you wait for your tow truck, drivers flying by assume that you are dead.... even if your kickstand is up and everything is resting on the guardrail. Unfortunately I was 'watering' a tree when the fire truck rolled up w/ lights and siren blazing..... Good Times! Friday Entry One Flew out of work, the fleet flight of Friday before a holiday weekend. Everyone cracks a smile upon stepping out of the concrete and glass coffin of the corporate work week. The motorcycle is quickly gassed and loaded, I leave Washington DC at three-thirty, vowing not to check the time for the rest of the adventure. Adventure, the American adventure of the open road is what I seek. The road, my cameras, and escape. Right turn off of 15th St. NW and I’m motoring past the Washington Monument and the White House. Harleys and clones are already lining the Mall for the annual Memorial remembrance that is Rolling Thunder. I’m soon over the bridge and on I-66 west. I plan on avoiding major highways when at all possible. Preferring scenic byways to drab highways. 66 is a necessary evil to flee the DC metro area as quickly as possible. At the start, 66 is a good quick run, for awhile anyway. Loads of Rolling Thunder riders are heading in 66 eastbound. I keep the ubiquitous two fingers down to the side salute to fellow bikers out for extended stretches of time. In my experience, HD guys return the acknowledgement about 30-40% of the time. No big deal, some animosity exist though between different bike cultures. Motor-ism two-wheel stereotypes. However with the Rolling Thunder guys there is a noticeable increase in response, perhaps due to no longer just one biker acknowledging another, but a patriotic sharing of support and remembrance for those left behind, POW-MIA. Traffic worsens further out 66 and I come up on a full HD dresser. Screaming Eagle back patch worked in with POW-MIA covers his vest and is topped by a “Run for the Wall” patch. I keep back a pace and we adopt the natural offset positioning of multiple riders. After some 66 backup, stop-and-go, we strike up a staccato conversation in the pauses of the traffic flow. Where you been, where you going, see the rain coming? I tell him I’m headed out to the mountains, Skyline Drive and West Virginia. He says he’s just in from there recently, was in DC for Rolling Thunder for the day and will be coming back in on Sunday again. His license plate is obscured by luggage, so I’m unsure of his port of origin. Later on we part ways and my thoughts turn. Of my parents friends only my step-dad was drafted for Vietnam. Luckily, for us, he only went as far as Ft. Hood, TX, and came back with some good stories about army life and venturing into Mexico (at least the ones he’s shared with me). I think about all the life he’s lived since then, all his experiences and joys. Thinking about what all those who didn’t return gave up, lost, when they didn’t come home. The loss felt by those who loved them, families that have a name on the Wall. Rain is sprinkling before Manassas. Enough to cool you off but not enough to get you worried yet, at least for a bit. Whooooo. Then come the big drops. I head off the ramp to gear up with the rain paraphernalia under the gas station pavilion. Finally get it all on and get strapped back up and out pops the sun and the rain stops. Too funny. Now I have wet clothes on under the raingear. Rain gear now keeping the wind out that would dry me. I motor on as more rain is promised on the horizon. This brings up a point about rain. People always ask, “What do you do when it rains and your on the motorcycle”. I reply simply, “I get wet”. Duh. Rain riding has never bothered me. On the straight highways it’s no big deal. Just give more cushion to the cars in front of you. Drive like grandma on the exit ramps. My turning point is finally reached. Off of 66 west and onto 647, Crest Hill Rd. at The Plains, VA. Crest Hill Road is my first slice of motorcycle heaven to be had this weekend. I’m delighted to find that the squiggly line I traced out on the map when planning this trip has translated so well in reality. The road is still wet from the passing rain clouds, and I give a small rabbit and then a chipmunk a near death experience. My first of many animal crossings this weekend. The road is fantastic. A mixture of hilltop road and tree lined canopies that create forest tunnels. Speed limit is 45mph, 55-60 feels comfortable on most parts. Keeping an eye out for a hilltop barn to photograph that I’ve seen in my minds eye, lit by the sun breaking through the clouds and backed by the mountain vista. No luck on any of the barns actual placement to fit the mental picture I have framed. Crest Hill Road and Fodderstack Rd is a long stretch. I take shots of a church and other buildings along Zachary Taylor Highwa

no booking fees for flights
no booking fees for flights
How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth
Your Guide to Understanding the BibleUnderstanding the Bible isn't for the few, the gifted, the scholarly. The Bible is accessible. It's meant to be read and comprehended by everyone from armchair readers to seminary students. A few essential insights into the Bible can clear up a lot of misconceptions and help you grasp the meaning of Scripture and its application to your 21st-century life. More than half a million people have turned to How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth to inform their reading of the Bible. This third edition features substantial revisions that keep pace with current scholarship, resources, and culture. Changes include:*Updated language*A new authors' preface*Several chapters rewritten for better readability*Updated list of recommended commentaries and resourcesCovering everything from translational concerns to different genres of biblical writing, How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth is used all around the world. In clear, simple language, it helps you accurately understand the different parts of the Bible---their meaning for ancient audiences and their implications for you today---so you can uncover the inexhaustible worth that is in God's Word.

Your Guide to Understanding the BibleUnderstanding the Bible isn't for the few, the gifted, the scholarly. The Bible is accessible. It's meant to be read and comprehended by everyone from armchair readers to seminary students. A few essential insights into the Bible can clear up a lot of misconceptions and help you grasp the meaning of Scripture and its application to your 21st-century life. More than half a million people have turned to How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth to inform their reading of the Bible. This third edition features substantial revisions that keep pace with current scholarship, resources, and culture. Changes include:*Updated language*A new authors' preface*Several chapters rewritten for better readability*Updated list of recommended commentaries and resourcesCovering everything from translational concerns to different genres of biblical writing, How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth is used all around the world. In clear, simple language, it helps you accurately understand the different parts of the Bible---their meaning for ancient audiences and their implications for you today---so you can uncover the inexhaustible worth that is in God's Word.

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