Olsen, J (2012), I Knew Their Hearts: The Amazing Story of a Journey Beyond the Veil To Learn. USA: Plain Sight. Olsen, J (2014), Beyond Mile Marker 80: Choosing Joy After Tragic Loss. USA: Plain Sight. Prakasha, PA (2010), The Christ ...
Author: Dr Penny Sartori
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Near-death experiences (NDEs) are often transformative, not only on an individual level, but on a collective level too. This book contains a selection of inspiring stories from ordinary people who have had extraordinary experiences that have changed the course and direction of their lives and opened each and every one of them to the power of divine love. Recent years have seen a dramatic change of attitude towards NDEs. Unfortunately, the ongoing debates about NDEs have detracted greatly from the very important transformational effects that NDEs have and how empowering they can be for the whole of mankind. The NDE instils knowledge in those who experience it that we are all interconnected and part of one great whole. This book aims to inspire people from all walks of life, creeds, cultures and faiths to the transformational power of the message of NDEs and show how the love experienced during the NDE has the capacity to heal minds, bodies and souls.
Author: Susan Springer ButlerPublish On: 2020-02-01
Trail Creek Road, a side road to the west beyond mile marker 45, is a dirt road that covers part of the same route as ... once famous for its nonexistence, now requires drivers of passenger cars to adhere to a speed limit of 80 miles an ...
Author: Susan Springer Butler
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Full-color photos and route maps for each drive In-depth descriptions of attractions along the way Historical information and suggested side trips Optional side trips to museums, parks, and landmarks Tips on lodging, camping, dining, travel services, and best driving seasons
To continue on US-287/Wy-789 requires a left turn at a junction where the mile markers start over at MM 0 and the highway heads northwest to Lander. Highlights include: Split Rock, Green Mountain. Directions: I-80 exit 211; ...
Author: Brook Besser
Publisher: NightBlaze Books
Yellowstone National Park is the focal point of Wyoming tourism; however, there is so much more if you know where to look. From rolling prairie, to badlands, to deep forests, to high mountain lakes, and breathtaking peaks, Wyoming's diverse landscape is second to none. In addition, the Wyoming plains contain a rich history of pioneer trails that served as the gateway to the west throughout the 19th century. Most Wyoming travel guides are written to explain tourist attractions in detail once you are already there and require much time and effort to plot a course across the state. This remarkable guide, on the other hand, has the entire state laid out by the highway mile markers so you will always know what is ahead and exactly how to get there. The book is laid out in a clear and concise report style format with brief descriptions, condensed information and a star rating system that allows you to easily make informed decisions about what to visit. Detailed directions, GPS coordinates and elevations are provided for 1900 entries, including: nearly 600 natural, scenic and historic attractions; nearly 100 easily accessible hiking trails; over 300 public campgrounds and dispersed camping areas; over 30 rest areas; and over 60 RV dump stations. It makes an excellent companion book to any other Wyoming travel book and pays for itself many times over in time and fuel savings. NOTES: Due to the extensive amount of information contained in the book, it is not a pocket guide but instead measure 8.3 x 11.7 x 0.5 inches. There are no photos, but dozens of color photos can be seen on the book website. Complete coverage of Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Devils Tower National Monument, Fossil Butte National Monument, Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Fort Laramie National Historic Site, Medicine Lodge State Archaeological Site, Snowy Range, Bighorn Mountains, Wind River Mountains, Sinks Canyon State Park, Guernsey State Park, Glendo State Park, Keyhole State Park, Green River Lakes, Casper Mountain Park, Jackson Hole and much more.
Continue south from Hoytsville 3 more miles , where the road ( variously known as 333 and 188 ) crosses 1-80 and the Weber ... Wanship Station Historic Site / Marker 133 1 mile east of Wanship , Summit County A short distance beyond the ...
Author: Stanley Buchholz Kimball
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Category: Sports & Recreation
"This book is a comprehensive guide to more than 550 historic sites and markers scattered along some 10,000 miles of emigrant trails. By the use of the accompanying maps and commentary in the text, the trails themselves can be followed rather closely"--Preface.
... at culvert under southbound lane of Garden State Parkway , 0.2 mile south of Stafford Forge and 0.3 mile beyond mile marker 60 . ... 2-70 .60 .80 .10 .50 .40 1.3 .60 01411020 5.35 1968 - 70 PENNY POT STREAM NEAR FOLSOM , N.J. Lat 39 ...
The oceanside flats north of Bud N' Mary's at mile marker 80 can be good. Ifyou are staying along this section ofIslamorada, ... This bank is for the more adventuresome paddler as it's another 1.5 miles beyond Lignumvitae Key.
Author: Rod Hamilton
Publisher: Derrydale Press
Category: Sports & Recreation
Do It Yourself Bonefishing is the authoritative guide written for DIY anglers targeting bonefish on the fly. Divided into easy-to-reference sections, this book will help you tackle the why, where, and how of self-guided bonefishing. Informed by twenty years of experience on the flats, Rod Hamilton and Kirk Deeter describe the allure of matching wits with one of fly fishing’s most elusive targets and discuss the reasons why more and more fly fishermen are seeking the challenge of catching bonefish without the aid of a guide. Do It Yourself Bonefishing is packed with useful tips to help all levels of fly fishermen locate and catch more of one of the world’s premier gamefish. Learn stalking strategies, how to spot bonefish, appropriate fly selection, and where to find the fish. As you plan your bonefishing trip, the authors’ destination chapters and “Seven-Day Sample Trip” itineraries suggest where to fish, how to get there, and places to stay. Included is a list of more than 300 individual bonefish hotspots located throughout the tropics, complete with maps and tips specific to the flat or creek system. Within the “Spousal Rating” section are Hamilton’s opinions on how suitable the destination is for nonfishers; the “Nonfishing Activities” section highlights things to do when not fishing. Whether you need help deciding where to go or simply desire greater success while wading on your own, Do It Yourself Bonefishing is where you should start.
Bavarian Dark ( WI 5 ) , turn Soft Hwy 17 beyond mi marker 81 , drive 1 / 4mi to gate and walk 1 / 4mi S. 80 ' . ... LAKE LENORE There are at least three potential climbs opposite mile marker 80 on Highway 17 and many climbs to be done ...
The course continues to Climb until beyond the mile marker; then it curves left and descends towards Tattenham Corner, ... 125,000 euros — and he covers a hundred mares in a season. is Del'oe's lines give you an idea of the atmosphere 80.
Author: Nicholas Clee
Publisher: Random House
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Epsom Downs, 3rd May, 1769: a chestnut with a white blaze scorches across the turf towards the finishing post. His four rivals are so far behind him that, in racing terms, they are 'nowhere'. Watching Eclipse is the man who wants to buy him. An adventurer who has made his money through roguery and gambling, Dennis O'Kelly is also the companion of the madam of one of London's most notorious brothels. While O'Kelly is destined to remain an outcast to the racing establishment, his horse will go on to become the undisputed, undefeated champion of his sport. Eclipse's male-line descendants will include Desert Orchid, Arkel and all but three of the Derby winners of the past fifty years. And his astonishing life will be matched only by that of the rogue who owned him.
Here, the trail turns sharply to the left and heads westward back toward Nine-Mile Pond. Tall hammocks tinged with palm extend beyond the sawgrass on both sides of the trail, though you'll pass closely by a few palms at marker 80.
Author: Johnny Molloy
Publisher: Menasha Ridge Press
Completely updated yet again, the latest edition of Canoeing & Kayaking Florida is the most comprehensive guide to the best of Florida's unique streams, springs, creeks, and rivers. Engaging and concise, yet filled with carefully selected details vital to any successful Florida paddling adventure, Canoeing & Kayaking Florida spares readers encyclopedic fluff in favor of practical, no-nonsense information. With expanded regional maps and revised river maps, Canoeing & Kayaking Florida is simply the best and most informative Florida paddling guide available. Several new paddling destinations have been added to this latest edition, including waterways like Shingle Creek, where a swift stream swishes through a cypress forest. Then there's quiet coastal Shell Creek and the mighty Apalachicola River, a big water destination with big sandbars, big hills, and a fast current compared to more intimate Florida waterways. Still other new streams await your arrival. For over 30 years, Canoeing & Kayaking Florida has provided the essential information needed to paddle the waterways of Florida. Paddling has grown steadily in Florida due in part to this excellent guidebook, the establishment of paddling clubs, the positioning of outfitters on rivers, and population growth. The rise in the use of recreational kayaks has also led to the rebirth of paddling's popularity. Let Canoeing & Kayaking Florida be your guide to the paddling possibilities in the Sunshine State.
Including the Twin Cities' Greater Metro Area and Beyond Tom Watson. around now). Continuing on, the trail curves to ... The fence is about 0.33 mile and ends around railroad mile marker 80. You are now at a second gravelroad crossing ...
Author: Tom Watson
Publisher: Menasha Ridge Press
Within the seven county "metro" area that encompasses the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul lies a network of hundreds of miles of trails. Hikes were selected to be representative of the area, showcasing the park or region's main attractions or personality. Some of these trails are broad, paved corridors through multi-use parks generously developed to provide a myriad of recreational opportunities for the young and old, the robust trekker, and the casual stroller. Trails are based in a wide range of areas such as walkways of grass winding through majestic stands of Minnesota hardwoods. Other hikes are spider-web networks that remind one of well-used deer trails. Some are isolated within a pocket of greenery surrounded by vast ribbons of freeway concrete and broad subdivisions. Others are woven within the fabric of parklands so expansive that you could literally spend weeks hiking all the networks lying within their folds. Twin Cities' hiking is huge so get the guide that gets you there and back. This decisive guide to day hikes in the Twin Cities' area just got better. Updated maps, new hikes, new photos, and brand-new trailhead coordinates make Tom Watson's authoritative guide even more useful than before.
Author: United States. Department of the ArmyPublish On: 1979
Unlock and adjust R626 so sweep extends beyond 160 miles as measured by markers . Check sweep length by markers at 20- , 40- , and 80 - mile ranges , and readjust R626 to correct any short sweep length . Lock R626 .
Somewhere around the 11-mile marker, Bob heard the news that the winner had crossed the finish line in 2:08. “I was like, 'Okay, we can all go home ... At an aid stationjust beyond mile 16, I stopped to tie my shoe. When I leaned over, ...
Author: Mary Beth Sammons
Publisher: Conari Press
The author offers a five-step process for going from life before the leap to the view from the other side. Sammons shares dozens of stories of people who re-invented themselves at mid-life--and made the world a better place in the process.--Cover.
In this story I will only tell you about part of the road , as I saw it , which will take in about 80 miles . ... Looking to the south - west and west from just beyond Mile 70 we had a striking broad view of the Elk Mountain Range ...
Shallow draft power boats should stay this far off anyway as much of the area closer in beyond a row of pilings ... From the ICW , just east of the charted mile marker St M 80 , and north of East Ship Island , flashing daybeacon " S ...
Author: Scott B. Williams
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
TRAVEL ¨ RECREATION--> Mississippi's barrier islands claim some of the most remote and unspoiled sites along the Gulf of Mexico. The distance of East and West Ship Island, Horn Island, Cat Island, and Petit Bois Island from the mainland has sheltered them from extensive development. The inclusion of all in the roster of protected places in the Gulf Islands National Seashore Act has assured that they will remain close to their natural state long into the future. For those who love the seashore, the Mississippi Gulf Coast is an ideal place for adventure. The wilderness islands, the back bays and coastal rivers, and the Gulf of Mexico itself offer pleasure for boaters and nature lovers. This book will guide them to special places in these relatively shallow waters. Filled with detailed descriptions of many alluring settings, along with directions for navigation to secluded coves and coastal bayous, this book gives tips and pointers for a wide range of boaters, whether their preferred craft is a canoe, a sea kayak, or a luxury yacht. What are the best and safest routes? What are the weather patterns? How does one select the perfect craft? Here from an expert who has explored the coastal waters during a period of fifteen years are the answers, rich in anecdotes, along with information on charter boats, excursion boats, and other options for exploring and fishing. Scott B. Williams has been exploring Mississippi's marine waters and islands for more than fifteen years in sea kayaks and a variety of sailboats and has published numerous articles in Sea Kayaker. Williams builds wooden boats and does custom yacht and residential woodwork, dividing his time between Biloxi and Brandon, Mississippi. More information is avialable at his website at www.scottbwilliams.com.
The following is a special anchorage area : Beginning on the Okeechobee Intracoastal Waterway between mile marker 7 and 8 on the St. Lucie River , bounded by a line beginning at 27 ° 12'06.583 " N , 80 ° 15'33.447 " W ; thence to 27 ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and ForestryPublish On: 2013
distances and access to grocery stores , not simply mileage since most city residents don't own cars and ... The mile marker for urban areas was chosen because it is reasonable to argue that walking beyond one mile to a store ( for ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry
Within a 5 - mile radius of Pueblo Municipal Airport , within 5 miles either side of a direct line extending from ... Joseph ILS localizer course extending from the localizer to a point 10 miles beyond the outer marker , and within 2 ...
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