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Baby Bargains: 9th Edition KINDLE EDITION!
Baby Bargains: 9th Edition KINDLE EDITION!
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Oh baby! With the average newborn racking up $7,000 in expenses for
the first year alone, expectant moms and dads need all the creative
cost-cutting ideas they can find. Baby Bargains is the answer.
Inside, parents find detailed ratings and reviews of baby gear, plus
handy charts that compare brands and models. Since its release in
1994, BABY BARGAINS has sold over 800,000 copies.

As seen on Oprah, NBC Today Show and in the Wall Street Journal!

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Lontra attack Warao guy!
Lontra attack Warao guy!
Model: Otters attack Warao. Orinoco's Delta, Venezuela, South America. Photo by: Me I Warao sono un gruppo indigeno che vive nel nord-est del Venezuela e nell'ovest della Guyana. Questi indigeni sono anche conosciuti con il nome Waroa, Guarauno, Guarao, e Warrau. Il termine Warao si traduce in "la gente delle canoe". La maggior parte dei 20.000 individui appartenenti a questo gruppo di indigeni vive presso la zona del delta dell'Orinoco, e alcuni vivono in Guyana e Suriname. Parlano la lingua warao. Presso il fiume Orinoco e il suo delta con paludi e isolette, la gente Warao vive in capanne aperte costruite su palizzate per proteggersi contro le inondazioni. Queste case sono costruite su terreni rialzati per evitare le inondazioni annuali. A volte un gruppo di case viene costruito sopra una grande piattaforma di alberi. Ogni capanna possiede un posto per cuocere al centro, con amache intorno ad esso. Oltre alle amache, vi sono a volte sgabelli intagliati a forma di animali. I Warao usano le canoe come forma di trasporto principale. Altre possibilita, come camminare per lunghi tratti, sono difficili in quanto nella zona vi sono molti rivoli e corsi d'acqua che si suddividono a partire dall'Orinoco e che formano un terreno paludoso. I bambini della gente Warao vengono educati in giovane eta a usare i remi e a nuotare. Le canoe usate sono di due tipi. I Bongo sono capaci di portare fino a 50 persone. Quando un bongo deve essere scartato in quanto troppo vecchio o danneggiato, il capo della famiglia di ogni capanna decide quale albero verra usato per ricavarne uno nuovo. All'inizio della stagione secca si cercano alberi da tagliare e in seguito da incavare e appiattire con l'uso di pietre, od oggetti ottenuti da conchiglie, assieme al fuoco. L'altro tipo di canoa usato e piu piccolo, che porta un massimo di tre persone e viene utilizzato per i viaggi quotidiani. I Warao sono, secondo i propri racconti, i discendenti di una figura avventurosa divina — il cacciatore primordiale. Questo uomo si trovava in un mondo-cielo popolato da umani ma senza animali eccetto uccelli. L'uomo uso il suo arco e la sua freccia, e uccise un uccello in aria. L'uccello cadde a terra, bucando il mondo-cielo e cadendo attraverso le nuvole verso il mondo terrestre. Il cacciatore guardo attraverso il buco e vide una terra fertile e rigogliosa, piena di bellezza, caccia, frutta, selvaggina. Il cacciatore prese una lunga corda di cotone, la lego a un albero, e con essa si calo attraverso le nuvole, lasciando il suo mondo-cielo per in mondo terrestre. ------- The Warao are an indigenous people inhabiting northeastern Venezuela and western Guyana. Alternate common spellings of Warao are Waroa, Guarauno, Guarao, and Warrau. The term Warao translates as "the boat people," after the Warao's lifelong and intimate connection to the water. Most of the approximately 20,000 Warao inhabit Venezuela's Orinoco Delta region, with smaller numbers in neighboring Guyana and Suriname. They speak an agglutinative language, also called Warao. On the wide Orinoco River and its fertile delta composed of islands and marshes, Warao people inhabit wall-less thatched-roof huts built upon stilts for protection against floods. These houses are usually built on the highest ground to avoid the annual floods. Sometimes a group of houses is built upon a single large platform of trees. The huts each possess a clay cooking pit or oven located in the center, with sleeping hammocks encircling it. Besides the hammocks, the only other furniture sometimes present are wooden stools, sometimes carved in the shapes of animals. Warao use canoes as their main form of transportation. Other modes, such as walking, are hampered by the hundreds of streams, rivulets, marshes, and high waters created by the Orinoco. Warao babies, toddlers, and small children are famed for their ability to hold tight to their mothers' necks, as well as to paddle. They often learn to swim before they learn to walk. The Warao use two types of canoes. Bongos, which carry up to 50 people, are built in an arduous process that starts with the search for large trees. When an old bongo is no longer usable, a consensus is reached by the male leaders of each household on which tree is best. At the start of the dry season, they find the tree and kill it. At the end of the dry season, they return to cut it down. It is then hollowed out and flattened with stone tools traded from the mountains (or local shell tools) along with fire. The other type of canoe is a small, seating only three people, and is used for daily travel to and from food sources. The Warao are, according to their own reports, descended from an adventurous heavenly figure — the primordial hunter. This man originally dwelt in a sky world which had men, but was completely devoid of all animals except birds. Hunting these heavenly birds, the founding man used his bow and arrow to strike a bird in mid-air. The bird fell from the sky
The Haunted Pumpkin Patch
The Haunted Pumpkin Patch
Okay, another crazy country story to go with this pic. All weekend I have been shooting stock. We were tooling along the main highway looking for pretty country things to photograph, as we live in the city and never see lots of grass and trees. We were having fun being out there, when I spied a 4 foot tall orange sign on the side of the road that was cut into the shape of a pumpkin. The sign boasted of a pumpkin farm with a 300 lb pumpkin. Thinking that we might find a quaint photo opportunity we traveled down the side road, past acres of corn fields, towards the famous pumpkin farm. Being as city-fied as we are we never expected what we found. It was like the perfect X Files or Steven King setting for a Halloween Farm thriller. A dingy, run-down farmhouse with junk strewn allover the lawn, and an old rickety barn that was overstuffed with hay, and falling apart. Lots of broken down cars and trucks everywhere, garbage, old furniture and bathtubs on the front lawn, and 3 tiny little wire cages that barely contained 3 forlorn baby cows who looked so pathetic I wanted to go free them immediately. I think they were meant to become veal. Their sad brown eyes begged me to free them from their tiny, torture chamber pens, which kept them immobile, but standing up. There was a creepy looking pumpkin patch next to the ramshackle, but there wasn't any driveway or parking lot, and of course, no signs of human life around. Just sad little calf eyes peering out at us from behind the bent up, old wire cages. Needless to say, I shot this pic from my car window as we passed by, there was no way we were going to get out of the car and fall victim to some one-eyed, hunchback, chainsaw-toting hick. We were impressed by the size of the pumpkins, though. My husband suggested that they grew so large because of the rich fertilizer that human body parts provided. I would venture to guess that there's something wrong with the water in McHenry County, Il.

baby furniture in il
baby furniture in il
Cherished Teddies.......... Babs... A Baby Fills The Empty Space In Every Heart
Artist Priscilla Hillmann........ This self-taught artist began drawing as a child, spending hours sketching her twin sister Greta. Priscilla studied botany in college and worked for the US Oceanographic Office. She pursued her interest in art, and she is best known for her charming children's books, which she both writes and illustrates. Cherished Teddies is her first gift collection and she has lovingly created these innocents in the earnest hope that each will find a special place in the heart and home os its adopted family.

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