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"THE Winnipeg Art Gallery is holding a fund-raising art-themed tour to Cuba in March. Classic Cuba, March 7-14, is billed as a discovery of the art, architecture and music of the Caribbean nation. Stops include Havana (with a stay at the historic Hotel Sevilla), Cienfuegos and Trinidad. The $2,590 cost, per person, double occupancy, includes non-stop return air from Winnipeg, touring in air-conditioned coaches, English speaking Cuban guide, five nights accommodations in Havana, two in Trinidad, all breakfasts, four lunches, four dinners, entrance fees to museums in itinerary and $150 tax deductible donation to the WAG."
 
 
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"COZUMEL -- If you prefer ice in a margarita rather than on the driveway, this vacation island off the coast of Mexico can provide the ideal respite from the grip of a Canadian winter. This time of year, scribbled reminders on calendars to drain underground sprinklers and replace the old snow shovel serve to trigger thoughts of sun, turquoise water and golden beaches. It's so automatic, you'd think Canucks keep glossy travel magazines in the same drawer as their long underwear and woolly mufflers. Who can blame us?"
 
 
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"BMT Micro New and Updated Software - Windows The latest new and updated software in the Windows section of the BMT Micro software catalog. http://www.bmtmicro.com/BMTCatalog/BMTCat_NewUpdated.jsp BMT Micro, Inc Mon, 15 Nov 2004 09:27:48 -0500 Mon, 15 Nov 2004 09:27:47 -0500 Ten Thumbs Typing Tutor Ten Thumbs Typing Tutor teaches your fingers to dance. Parade magazine thought it was so good they even featured it in their gadget section during 2004! http://www.bmtmicro.com/BMTCatalog/win/tenthumbstypingtutor."
 
 
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"I know this is a cycling website, and believe me, there aren't many things I would rather have occupy my time. But it's a long season, and a little time off the bike is a healthy thing, both physically and mentally. It used to be that around this time of the year, I could grab the XC skis and head down to the local park or golf course. I would get in my daily workout while enjoying the same sense of self-propelled freedom that we all get from cycling. Unfortunately, global warming has gone mad (or is it that I moved to Arizona?), and XC skiing isn't much more than a fond memory."
 
 

 
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" 76. I am a personaility type ESFJ and for 90% of what it says, it is accurate. All except the money part - I am not very good at managing money, but getting better everyday.77. I have discovered a bit of a vanity recently. I keep pulling out white hairs. I am 35 and losing color is a part of life, why can't I just accept it and move on. NOOOOOOO, I have to PULL OUT the white hairs. I am a silly woman.78. I use two names at work - some of my stuff is under Kirsten Kraft and some of my stuff is under Kirsten Hubbard. I got married during my employment and it was too much of a pain in the butt to get some of the stuff changed. 79. I am a very easy person to please; the fact that someone thought of me makes me happy. I don't care about gifts, but when I get them, I am just tickled that someone thought well enough of me to do something nice for me. A hug makes me very happy. 80. I have a lot of determination. If people tell me I can do and/or accomplish something, I try to prove them wrong. This was true for a backpacking trip. I was told that I couldn't run the 5 miles to qualify for the trip - well I did - NYAH! I was also told that I wouldn't have the range of motion that I have in my broken arm - NYAH! again!81. It takes a lot to ruin a friendship with me. However, once you have done that it is extremely difficult - next to impossible for me to ever trust or believe in you again. 82. My dream job is to be a teacher. It is really too bad that it doesn't come with a dream paycheck so that I can do it and afford to live in the Bay Area. I would also like to be a therapist.83. I really do like being useful and helpful. Sometimes though, I really have to just say no, no matter how much I don't want to. It is one of the most difficult things for me to do.84. I love trees - all kinds. My favorites are birch, willow, and oak. When I die, I want to be cremated and replanted with an oak tree.85. I have light sensitive eyes. I wish that more people around me would get rid of a flourescent light or two. I have two out of three bulbs above my desk taken out and it is still way too bright for me. I usually know when I am going to get a migraine as it light intensity in my office gets to be too much and I can't handle it.86. I was once a street monitor for the Bay to Breakers run in San Francisco (when I was 13). We were stationed on 9th and Folsom where The Stud bar is. The men in The Stud Bar were hillarious, but only my mom, my sister, and I seemed to think they were funny. I guess the others were threatened by their homosexuality. You know, I really never gave it a thought that same sex couples were a bad thing (because of course, they aren't).87. I have been to the Folsom Street Fair 4 times. No matter how many times I go, I think the weather is going to be on our side and it is always damn hot. Last time I got a sunburn so bad that is didn't fade for 4 months.88. I have never jumped from an airplane, done a bungee cord jump, gone whitewater rafting, rock climbed, or had the urge to anything dare devil like. I guess I either lack the gene or I am deeply entrenched in the preservation of my life.89. I don't believe in guns. I don't think there is ANY good use for a gun; including hunting. Man hunted thousands of years without a gun. I think guns are only good for one thing; killing. Now, I respect the right for other people to have/use guns in a legal manner but I still think the world would be a far nicer place without them.90. My political leanings are tree-hugging liberal leftist and I don't see anything wrong with that. I don't see anything wrong with being a pacifist, wanting to ensure the rights of individuals, wanting to make sure everyone has a roof of his/her head, food, and clothing. I don't think there is anything wrong with being an advocate for the environment, for civil rights, for children, for the right to choose, and for keeping my nose out of what goes on in the bedroom. Seriously, if God didn't want us to have sex, why does it feel so good?91. I very much want a deep emotional loving and lasting relationship with a woman. I am sure it will happen in my lifetime. In the meantime, I am content with the knowledge that there are wonderful women in my life and some of those women have potential.92. I hate hate hate hate hate being late. It is something that really drives me crazy. I am MUCH more forgiving if others are late, but I can't stand it in myself.93. I sometimes wonder, why do we do what we do? Why do I get up, go to work, buy Hello Kitty stuff, watch TV, eat, and so on. What is this life that we have. I wonder about the actions of humankind and why there is so much hate in the world.94. I wish that I could have 30 days off where I didn't have to pay bills, do housework, take care of daily life. I want a 30 day vacation from life where I could completely unwind and have no responsibility whatsoever.95. If I had three wishes, I would want totally good health (mental and physical). Yes, I would want money so that I could persue my dreams and do the altruistic things I want to do with this life. Finally, I would like to give my loved ones the first two wishes that I had for myself.96. If I could go back and do something over, I would have done better in high school and gotten a college degree. I am not sure if or how that would change my life, but not having a degree is something I regret. 97. Although I have been told I would make an excellent mother, I accepted a long time ago that I wasn't going to have children. I knew when I was 15 that I wasn't going to have children. It didn't particularly upset me, it just was. I have never had a false pregnancy and I have been told that my hormone levels are too low. I never had that clock tick for me. I just kind of knew. However, I love being an aunt. If the situation presents itself where I have the opportunity to be a mother figure, I would take it. I am just not going to have my own children. I also didn't want to pass down the depression genes.98. While I love my family, I feel like an alien stranger to them. I feel like a salmon swimming upstream. They are all going in one direction and I am on a distinctly different path. My path is about self-awareness and responsibility for my actions...why am I so different?99. I know I am a good, decent, kind person. I also know that I sometimes don't set good boundaries for myself, but I prefer to live as an open-book with few secrets. I know I wear my heart on my sleeve and that people matter to me. I also know that I can let people get to me and that I take things too seriously. I guess the secret is to find balance. 100. I sometimes feel like a total hypocrite. I try to be honest to myself and standup for what I believe in, but I guess in the end we are all just human. "
 
 
Hatteras, Currituck, Ocracoke -
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" Some of you have no doubt heard of these projects, all part of the upcoming Visual Studio Team System. Some of you may also recognize the origin of these names: All three are lighthouses on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. I took a "mini" vacation last week to the Outer Banks, and enjoyed it enough that I thought I'd share how fun a trip it was, even this time of year. First off, I did get to see all three of "our" lighthouses, plus the Bodie Lighthouse (maybe there's some work we're missing?). I got to see Hatteras, Ocracoke, and Bodie both during daylight and lit up at night, which was pretty cool. The Hatteras lighthouse was particularly interesting for several reasons: - Hatteras (Team Foundation Version Control) is the project I'm most directly involved with,- Hatteras is the tallest of the lighthouses I saw (and in fact the tallest in the US), - Hatteras would be in mortal danger of being lost to the sea, if not for an amazing feat of civil engineering. The existing lighthouse's original foundation (circa 1870, if I recall correctly) is no more than 50 feet from the ocean. It was moved over 2800 feet to a new location roughly as far from the beach as it was when first built, in 1999. Yes, that's right - they moved a 130+ year old, 200+ foot tower of brick and concrete over half a mile. Read more about this project here. I'd known about it at the time (being a long-time NC resident), but I'm not sure how much attention this project got outside of the state. Ocracoke was interesting because you get to Ocracoke Island (from Hatteras Island) by ferry. It's free, which when combined with the view, turns a 40 minute boat ride from a hassle into a vacation highlight in its own right. We checked off a few other touristy activities - sea kayaking, visiting the Wright Memorial, walking on Jockey's Ridge (that is one big pile of...sand), and seeing some really big sharks at the NC Aquarium. Our 3-hour kayak trip was pretty fun, even though kayaking was new to me (whitewater rafting is a different story). We got pretty lucky weather-wise on Thursday, which helped. Will from Kitty Hawk Sports was an excellent instructor and guide, and I'd recommend KHS to anyone looking for watersports adventure on the Outer Banks. The other mandatory part of any vacation, of course, is food. Will from KHS was quite helpful here as well -- he suggested both of the two restaurants we enjoyed most. First was an excellent lunch at The Rundown Cafe (don't let the name fool you). The BBQ chicken sandwich was great, the price was very reasonable, and the service was timely. Friday night, we had dinner at the Black Pelican. I had "The BBC" - Italian-style pizza from a wood-fired oven, topped with Bacon, Beef, and Cheese. A friend had the Prime Rib; we each ate half of entrees and then swapped. Great food, fairly reasonable price for a sit-down dinner, good atmosphere and good service. Pretty easily the best pizza I've had, and obviously this is not the kind of pizza they delivery to your door. In short, for a "Beach Vacation" in November, it worked out very nicely, though it did get cold and windy towards the end. It's not the time to go if you want to swim in the ocean or model a tiny swimsuit; but if the view, the sounds, a historic landmark or 5, and a locale that's NOT a commercial tourist trap sound appealing to you, the Outer Banks is definitely a great place to 'get away from it all' for a few days. Sadly, I didn't take any pictures (a geek without a camera, go figure). I probably couldn't top these anyway:Currituck LighthouseHatteras LighthouseOcracoke LighthouseBodie Lighthouse I'll get back to the "Visual Studio" aspects of Hatteras with my next post (never fear). "
 
 
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" Some of you have no doubt heard of these projects, all part of the upcoming Visual Studio Team System. Some of you may also recognize the origin of these names: All three are lighthouses on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. I took a "mini" vacation last week to the Outer Banks, and enjoyed it enough that I thought I'd share how fun a trip it was, even this time of year. First off, I did get to see all three of "our" lighthouses, plus the Bodie Lighthouse (maybe there's some work we're missing?). I got to see Hatteras, Ocracoke, and Bodie both during daylight and lit up at night, which was pretty cool. The Hatteras lighthouse was particularly interesting for several reasons: - Hatteras (Team Foundation Version Control) is the project I'm most directly involved with,- Hatteras is the tallest of the lighthouses I saw (and in fact the tallest in the US), - Hatteras would be in mortal danger of being lost to the sea, if not for an amazing feat of civil engineering. The existing lighthouse's original foundation (circa 1870, if I recall correctly) is no more than 50 feet from the ocean. It was moved over 2800 feet to a new location roughly as far from the beach as it was when first built, in 1999. Yes, that's right - they moved a 130+ year old, 200+ foot tower of brick and concrete over half a mile. Read more about this project here. I'd known about it at the time (being a long-time NC resident), but I'm not sure how much attention this project got outside of the state. Ocracoke was interesting because you get to Ocracoke Island (from Hatteras Island) by ferry. It's free, which when combined with the view, turns a 40 minute boat ride from a hassle into a vacation highlight in its own right. We checked off a few other touristy activities - sea kayaking, visiting the Wright Memorial, walking on Jockey's Ridge (that is one big pile of...sand), and seeing some really big sharks at the NC Aquarium. Our 3-hour kayak trip was pretty fun, even though kayaking was new to me (whitewater rafting is a different story). We got pretty lucky weather-wise on Thursday, which helped. Will from Kitty Hawk Sports was an excellent instructor and guide, and I'd recommend KHS to anyone looking for watersports adventure on the Outer Banks. The other mandatory part of any vacation, of course, is food. Will from KHS was quite helpful here as well -- he suggested both of the two restaurants we enjoyed most. First was an excellent lunch at The Rundown Cafe (don't let the name fool you). The BBQ chicken sandwich was great, the price was very reasonable, and the service was timely. Friday night, we had dinner at the Black Pelican. I had "The BBC" - Italian-style pizza from a wood-fired oven, topped with Bacon, Beef, and Cheese. A friend had the Prime Rib; we each ate half of entrees and then swapped. Great food, fairly reasonable price for a sit-down dinner, good atmosphere and good service. Pretty easily the best pizza I've had, and obviously this is not the kind of pizza they delivery to your door. In short, for a "Beach Vacation" in November, it worked out very nicely, though it did get cold and windy towards the end. It's not the time to go if you want to swim in the ocean or model a tiny swimsuit; but if the view, the sounds, a historic landmark or 5, and a locale that's NOT a commercial tourist trap sound appealing to you, the Outer Banks is definitely a great place to 'get away from it all' for a few days. Sadly, I didn't take any pictures (a geek without a camera, go figure). I probably couldn't top these anyway:Currituck LighthouseHatteras LighthouseOcracoke LighthouseBodie Lighthouse I'll get back to the "Visual Studio" aspects of Hatteras with my next post (never fear). "
 
 
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England-Vacations-Travel:

Welcome to Wales - Part 13

Snowdonia National Park

Mount Snowdon Photo courtesy of Dave Newbould While Wales is home to three

national parks - Brecon Beacons National Park, Snowdonia National Park and

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park - Snowdonia is one of the most popular

destinations in the country. Mount Snowdon, in northwest Wales, is the

centerpiece of the park and also the tallest mountain in Wales and England

towering over the countryside at 1085 metres (nearly 3,560 feet). The mountain

is an impressive sight in both scenery and proportion. The park itself was

established in 1951 and is one of the largest National Parks in Britain, second

only to England's Lake District.

Much more than a National Park, Snowdonia is a worthwhile area for several

reasons. The park plays host to dozens of recreational opportunities: walking,

hiking, climbing, pony trekking, whitewater rafting and many others. The view

from the summit of Mount Snowdon, whether it is reached by riding the Snowdon

Mountain Railway or by climbing, is spectacular. The mountain overlooks the

landscape of flowing rivers and small mountain villages. Approximately 500,000

people reach the summit each year.

England-Vacations-Travel:

The North of England - Part 3

Getting There

Apart from the three London airports, the U.K. s alternative airline gateway is

at Manchester. Manchester Airport is increasingly becoming an important

international gateway and transfer point.

There are direct flights here from all

major European centers, many cities in the U.S.A. and Canada, and from Asia and

Australia. The added advantage of Manchester Airport is that it is directly

linked to the rest of the North by an efficient rail service and the airport is

much less congested than the other major British airports.

To reach the North from other parts of the U.K. there are frequent train

services to all major and most of the smaller cities and towns. The expansive

network of National Express also keeps the North well linked by bus to the rest

of the country.

Renting a car can be advantageous, particularly if a visit to the more remote

country areas is planned. For traveling in larger cities it s best to leave

private vehicles in the suburbs and switch to public transport.

England-Vacations-Travel:

Hampton Court Palace - Part 4

The Gardens:

The Gardens Hampton Court Palace has 60 acres of formal gardens and 750 acres of

royal parkland, tended by 38 gardeners and specialists. The palace's "facts and

figures" sheet reports that 200,000 flowering bulbs are planted through the

formal gardens, 140,000 plants are grown in the palace nurseries, and there are

some 8,000 trees in the Hampton Court Palace gardens and estate. (Home

composters take note: The gardeners recycle 95% of the palace's green waste.)

The palace gardens date back to the 16th Century, when the first Privy Garden

was laid out between 1530 and 1538 for King Henry VIII. The layout was changed

in the early 1600s, and again after 1659 when William and Mary had the gardens

rebuilt in the Baroque style of the Continental courts. More changes occurred in

the 18th Century, and by the mid-19th Century, the old formal gardens had given

way to an informal park setting with lawns and trees.

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