FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Chance : A High Chair
Hey, It it's me the blogging Border Collie! The other day we went to town. Far Side saw a new attraction outside the newest tourist trap and just had to stop and take a photo.
Far Guy lifted me... Posted on 7/22/10 at 5:44 AM
Officials say a giant wave struck a pair of U.S. tourists strolling on the beach near the famous stone arch in the Pacific resort of Cabo San Lucas, killing a 65-year-old woman and leaving a 70-year-old man in serious condition.
Despite flooding, weather and the national economy, 77,269 visitors from all the states except Delaware have poured through the gates of Frontier Village this season.
Nina Sneider, executive director of Buffalo City Tourism, said there were 24 percent more visitors to Frontier Village in the last two weeks of May through most of June than at the same time last year. Now, the increase in visitors over the end of July last year is 7.3 percent.
By Toni Pirkl, The Jamestown Sun
, July 31, 2009
In colonial times, Charleston was America’s wealthiest city. Three centuries later it still has an upscale cachet with houses on its historic Battery fetching eight figures and shopping and restaurants rivaling much larger cities.
But you don’t need deep pockets to enjoy this town of pastel buildings, narrow alleys and quaint, secluded gardens. Indeed, you can experience much of Charleston, which has a reputation for being the nation’s most polite city, for a pittance.
By Bruce Smith, The Associated Press
, July 01, 2009
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