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Virginia Creeper Trail information

We are planning on trying the Virginia Creeper Trail this summer. Here are some links about it. Looks like fun! Virginia Creeper Trail Information (tags: virginiacreepertrail bicycle) Virginia Creeper Trail Guide – Virginia’s Premiere Mountain Biking Experience (tags: virginiacreepertrail bicycle) Guide To The Virginia Creeper Trail-Bike Rentals & Shuttle Service (tags: virginiacreepertrail bicycle)

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Augusta Heritage Center

We’ve visited the Augusta Heritage Festival held at Davis and Elkins College, Elkins WV, at least once, and we’ve heard a good deal about it from some of the musicians in Fredericksburg. Lynn’ alma mater is D&E and so its been appealing to think about going to the festival for a week. Augusta Heritage Center […]

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parking at National (DCA)

We used this link to the live parking situation at Washington National Airport (DCA) when we were taking our trip to New Orleans last week. It was very helpful in deciding whether we would use the public lots or use a private service such as Airport Parking Reservations. That service was helpful when we traveled […]

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Tracking Flights

Here are a few links to sites you can use to track flights. Using these you can check on departure and arrival times, road traffic at airports, and where the flight is in the air. FlyteComm: The Most Accurate Free Flight Tracking and Tracker Tool in the industry! Welcome to our web & mobile flight […]

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Selecting a Dive Mask

We went to Jamaica for a Christmas holiday with our sons. One of the items to buy beforehand was a dive mask and snorkel tube so we could use our own equipment when we went snorkeling. The Web has plenty of good tips on what to look for. Here are a couple that were helpful. […]

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Tulum Mexico and A really neat Ajax application links for 2009-08-14

Tulum, Mexico, off the beaten track destination on Mexico’s Caribbean coast, near Cancun, Mayan Riveria, Cabana Copal, near Mayan ruins, huts on beach, Playa del Carmen, empty Mexican beach, remote location — ROAD & TRAVEL Magazine (tags: christmas mexico) TerpNav Pedestrian Mapping System pedestrian map of UMD campus (tags: map umd campus pedestrian)

Summertime links for 2009

Folk at Newport – Newport Folk Festival 2009 : NPR Music Recordings and downloads of all of the performances at the Newport Folk Festival 50 (tags: newport folkfestival archived music folkmusic radio folk npr) Eun-Ha Sample Summer Comic Bouys will be Bouys comic (tags: comic eun-ha) (tags: parkign provincetown) (tags: parkign provincetown) Directions, […]

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World Digital Library and Encyclopedia of Earth

World Digital Library Home The World Digital Library (WDL) makes available on the Internet, free of charge and in multilingual format, significant primary materials from countries and cultures around the world. The principal objectives of the WDL are to: Promote international and intercultural understanding; Expand the volume and variety of cultural content on the Internet; […]

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A Place to Bury Strangers and iStopOver links for 2009-04-06

San Diego Radio Sucks: 12.5 Days ’til Coachella – A Place To Bury Strangers These guys are something out of a dream. (tags: aptbs cochella california) iStopOver Then iStopOver is the gateway for you, designed specifically for travelers who are tired of costly hotels, extra expenses, high-priced mini-bars and inflexible check-in/out times.    iStopOver offers short-term […]

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Atlanta Eats

Before we left for our trip to Puerto Rico, I copied this list of places to eat at the Atlanta Airport. The list was extracted from “Grabbing a Bite Between Flights,” by Matt Gross for the NY Times Since we flew to PR on Christmas Day we thought we’d try One Flew South for our […]

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