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  • Dog Town (also, Dogtown and Dogtown Diggings) is a ghost town in Mono County, California. It is located on Dog Creek about south-southeast of Bridgeport, at an elevation of 7057 feet (2151 m).
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1889 London Street Crossing People Dog Town England
1889 London Street Crossing People Dog Town England
1889 London Street Crossing People Dog Town England A Double Page From The Illustrated London News Dated 1889, An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper Weeks Date As Shown On Top Of Page, The Size Of Each Page Is Approximately 22 X 16 Inches (560X410). All Are Genuine Antique Prints And Not Modern Copies, The Illustrated London News Is An Illustrated Magazine Which Was First Printed In 1842 And Is The Finest Pictorial Example Of A Historic Social Record Of British And World Events Up To The Present Day. The Iln Is Known For Its Coverage Of The Following Subjects The Wars, Ships, Boats, Guns, Sailing, Portraits, Fine Art, Old And Antique Prints, Wood Cut, Wood Engravings, Early Photographs, Victorian Life, Victorian Culture, Kings, Queens, Royalty, Travels, Adventures, Natural History, Birds, Fish, Mammals, Fishing, Hunting, Shooting, Fox Hunting, Sports Including Tennis, Cricket, Football, Horse Racing, Politics And Many More Items Of Interest Founded By Herbert Ingram May 14Th 1842, Please Check For Binding Holes Which Occurred In That Era On Some Of The Prints.

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Pompeii: Cast of Suffocated Chained Dog
Pompeii: Cast of Suffocated Chained Dog
Interesting Italy! (Pompeii) November 2009 Traveling south from Rome in our Trafalgar European Cavalcade tour, we arrive at the Ruins of Pompeii near Naples. Pompeii was a thriving city almost 2,000 years ago; until the nearby volcano (which they thought was a mountain) erupted! The whole city with everything in it at that time was buried under 22 meters of ash and dirt. The town was thus preserved under all the ash and provides a snapshot of life in the 1st century! Accidentally discovered in 1652, it is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and at provides much information about the life in a city of the Roman Empire. The area of the town was huge and there would be many more excavations to be done in the future. The Italian government has decided to stop excavating first and to concentrate on what they currently excavated already. Travelling with a tour guide or a tl elast some sort of reference is important to help imagine and understand what life was back then. With the help of research, studies, information and points of interest, we can experience as best we could life in the 1st century! Drawings on walls, graffiti, vandalisms, city design, house layouts, artifacts, furniture and many more priceless pieces of human history were found in the excavations. Casts from the voids left by decayed bodies were made and from there it was deduced that the population did die suddenly from the toxic gases from the volcano. Other facts (I remembered) from our tour guide: 1)The Romans used lead pipes for their water supply. A slow revenge from the natives of Britain whom the Romans conquered and took the lead from. 2)The roads were also designed as a drainage system with a sloping angle so all the water will flow out of the city. 3)Sidewalks are used so that people will not get wet from the water draining out. Stepping stones / stone blocks with spaces in between are used to cross the street. The stone blocks are spaced in such as way that the chariot wheels can pass through (in between the stone blocks, the space between the wheels of their chariots are standardized!) 4)Water fountains all over the city providing clean water were made available to all the people. 5)We saw at least one arena (small one) and one forum, which seems to be typical in most Roman cities (Rome has them too). Comparing to our time, the forum is like their mall, park or coffee shop. The arenas were like our stadiums for sports and entertainment. 6)There was definite evidence of prostitution and the red light district. Rooms for sex and even sexual positions painted on the walls. A very good advice: before or after (preferably before) going to Pompeii, one should watch Rome, the TV series from HBO. HBO did a masterful job, depicting life in Rome (and thus Roman cities). The TV series would help the imagination to make the experience of Pompeii truly historical. It was unfortunate that the series was cancelled due to the production being too costly. Considering the times (1st century, not too much technology, no electricity), life in a Roman city was pretty good. One should be in a decent position in society though; for example if you were a slave, it wouldn’t matter much if you lived in Rome or in some other time. There was food and water, good sturdy homes, transportation, entertainment and even art. You had daily news, specific specialized crafts (butcher, etc) leading to possible careers. You had the protection of the Roman army, you can travel to other places (in the empire), or get to see many foreign things from the conquests of your soldiers. I would never prefer olden times from the current technology age (or even more into the future); but still, probably one of the other best times to be in this world would be in the Roman Empire.
March 20
March 20
At Quality Meats There is nice furniture and Quality light-bulbs. Quick summary of the day as I'm exhausted and had a little too much wine: Was supposed to go to the content meeting, but instead got hung up with a hard-drive failure involving some HDH footage, as well as preparing a computer order for Kevin. Made it down to the office to talk with Danielle for a few minutes, before running to Quality Meats (the bar/restaurant across the street created by the same team that owns and operates Smith & Wolensky). Met with Mike from the Archer Group, and we had a really great two and a half hour, informal meeting. I stopped at the Apple Store on my way to hypnosis, to confirm the computer order. I think I fell asleep in the session, but who can tell really? I think I was still answering, so maybe I was just very deep in trance. Today was the final session, and Marc just deal with some direct suggestion about writing, as well as a couple of new constructs, including: the Cottage of Memories, and the Circle of Well-Wrought Embarrassment. The first construct was his name, the second one is mine. I cabbed it home in time to walk the dog and then get on the subway to Aquagrill to meet Darren, Peter, Sushma (who's in town to help with her sister's wedding), Pete (who got in to help Sush on Tuesday), Miriam (who just flew in from LA today, and in fact was delayed because of strong winds at Newark), and Julie. We had a great and fairly expensive meal, and caught up with one another—this is the first time Darren, Miriam, Sush and I have all been together in person since our wedding. Two and a half years! Crazy! We closed down the restaurant, and stepped back finally into the frigid, blustery first night of Spring. On Spring Street, no less. And now, I'm home, keeping Movie company, and preparing for sleep. To sleep, perchance to dream. Ay, there's the rub.

dog town furniture
dog town furniture
1886 Police Men Dogs Streets Town Uniform Old Print
1886 Police Men Dogs Streets Town Uniform Old Print Full Page From The Illustrated London News Dated 1886, An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper Weeks Date As Shown On Top Of Page, The Size Of Each Page Is Approximately 15.5 X 11 Inches (395X280). All Are Genuine Antique Prints And Not Modern Copies, The Illustrated London News Is An Illustrated Magazine Which Was First Printed In 1842 And Is The Finest Pictorial Example Of A Historic Social Record Of British And World Events Up To The Present Day. The Iln Is Known For Its Coverage Of The Following Subjects The Wars, Ships, Boats, Guns, Sailing, Portraits, Fine Art, Old And Antique Prints, Wood Cut, Wood Engravings, Early Photographs, Victorian Life, Victorian Culture, Kings, Queens, Royalty, Travels, Adventures, Natural History, Birds, Fish, Mammals, Fishing, Hunting, Shooting, Fox Hunting, Sports Including Tennis, Cricket, Football, Horse Racing, Politics And Many More Items Of Interest Founded By Herbert Ingram May 14Th 1842.

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