Honestly, my son isn nearly as difficult as I was. Sure, he attached to his recliner now, but once outside he a fairly eager outdoorsman, especially with the promise of some sweet confection at the end of a long journey. On those occasions when he breaks down half way through an uphill climb and announces that he can go on, I think of Ginger..
Signs posted at the dirt road entrance to the Tonto off Beeline Highway warn of fire restrictions (lifted as of July 17 for this season) that include a ban on target shooting, but it’s easy to miss them. The year’s been unusually dry, and monsoon rains haven’t yet come. Yellow, dead grass runs everywhere among the cacti, looking ripe for a blaze..
There were 654 sturgeon harvested from Lake Winnebago this season. An additional 297 fish were harvested from the Upriver Lakes, bringing the system wide total to 951 sturgeon harvested during the 2018 spearing season. This season harvest from Lake Winnebago ranks 42nd out of the 78 seasons dating back to 1941 (attached document breaks down LW harvest by season)..
A man who used Krazy Glue to seal his 5 year old daughter’s eyes shut has been sentenced to two years in prison. Recorder’s Court Judge Craig Strong sentenced Gene Jamison on Tuesday, crediting him for the 381 days he served since being arrested in August 1995. Doctors worked 36 hours to unseal Ausia Jamison’s eyes..
It was after Sir John Franklin expedition disappeared in 1845 47 with a total of 129 men on the two ships Erebus and Terror on yet another attempt to find the Passage that exploration of the region accelerated. So many expeditions were sent out to try to find Franklin and his men that most of the region south of 75 N was known by the 1860s, and several possible passages had been defined. Robert McClure expedition in 1850 54 was the first to traverse the entire region from west to east, but he had to abandon his ship halfway and sledge to meet a ship that had sailed in from the west..
However, he has no papers to cross the closed border with Egypt and no invitation to the auditions. Moreover, Omar (Ahmad Rokh) has become an Islamic zealot, who is bent on preventing his old friend appearing on a secular showcase. Complete with cameos from the likes of Nadine Labaki and footage of Assaf’s actual rendition of the unofficial Palestinian anthem, Ali Al keffiyeh’, this crowd pleaser strikes a very different note to documentarist Mai Masri’s first feature, 3000 Nights, which takes place in the West Bank town of Nablus in 1980.