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Motor for fold-up bike to allow quick supply runs ashore. There were two varieties of the motor. One had a centrifugal clutch.

you started it by pulling a rope and the engine speed engaged the clutch to go forward.

The other had a clutch lever and you started it by holding in the clutch and pedaling, then let out the clutch when you were moving along pretty well.

I opted for the clutch lever because I'd much rather pedal to get started than pulling on a rope, although it is a little less convenient because you have to pull in the clutch when you stop.

Notice that there were no modifications done to the bike itself. Photos: Mel Yates. Karim Roder. The other night we had Denver & Elizabeth's birthday parties. These are a few pictures from their party. Good morning Augusta Maine. This morning we have cloudy conditions with occasional snow and a chance of sleet this afternoon. Winds will be light and variable. courtesy of singtao. The title was very lucky as everyone would have a moment of triumph in the skies. Speaking of the very touching scenes from his romance with Amber Kuo, was he afraid that he would make the audience cry during the New Year? Chi Lam said, "Crying is a way of detoxification, after crying they will be even better. " As for his wife Anita Yuen Wing Yi earlier on a Mainland program meeting idol Lee Min-Ho and acted like a crazed fan, he admitted that he was very happy for his wife. It was like fulfilling a dream, he would not be jealous of his wife for that. Feeling a bit rough today.

Last night's party was fun, full of young people being observed by our coterie of jaded artist types sat in the corner.

My friend pointed out one particular young person sat across on the sofa opposite, wearing a Thundercats T-shirt despite being plainly too wet-behind-the-ears to remember the original glorified toy advert. What would the logo mean? This is a generation brought up before an endless parade of interchangeable signs, emptied out of whatever little meaning they may once have had. What might the role of the artist be in this ersatz scenario? I'm not sure, but it is disturbing. Hi there! Just popping in to share my Studio Calico cards with this month's kit, Marks & Co. The first card kind of happened as a happy accident. No pun intended! I cut out the "joy" with my Cameo and took out the "joy". While I was trying to decide if I should use the negative or the positive of the image on my card, I noticed that they looked cute together like this. placing the positive right below the negative for a shadow effect. Another problem I had was that the "joy" ripped a little bit when the Cameo was cutting it out. See the gray scalloped circle? It's hiding the rip. Some of the Maples have some really good color. One by one the leaves give up and change color. I hope they hang on for a few more days. I will get my last day of vacation this Saturday. KGO: Disappointment, rancor, natives think the ND and her assistant are way over their head. Way too many meetings by the divas. The Heather Ishimaru development adds to low morale. Grumpy's has been packed lately.

KRON: About as could be expected.

Could it be any worse since the GM left? Yes and no. Manhattan is not known for its water fountains.

They are few and far between.

I'm not sure I would even drink out of one. Near my office in Tribeca, there happens to be a fountain, and a strange looking one at that. My intent was to draw the entire fountain but I misjudged and ended up cropping it off.

There was a lot of other folks sitting around doing nothing.

They could have asked any of them for directions instead of me because I was the only one who was busy. When you read between the lines they also are taking shots at Bush, Cheney and Wolfowitz. These are the know-it-alls who against the advice of the military fought the war the way they saw fit. It is also why we are in this incredible mess now. Generals Eaton, Zinni, Newbold, Batiste, Riggs and Swannack have stepped forward so far. There are many more Generals who are contemplating voicing their disgust with the boobs currently in charge. No matter how disastrous this turns out Bush will keep saying everything is great and going according to plan. He feels making any sort of change would be admitting mistakes. Unfortunately this war has been nothing but a series of mistakes. Obviously we need a change of direction but not just dumping Rumsfeld. So. I find it offensive that people can worm their way into my personal account and contact me that way.

The Happy Scrappers Quilting Bee met last Saturday at the Attic Window Quilt Shop and I have lots to show you.

Above is the first of three quilts that Peggy brought to show us what she has done with her scraps. Isn’t this beautiful! I love how she has used all those scraps and brought the entire quilt together with the beautiful yellow background. Peggy was working on this beautiful small quilt. I’d love something like this for a table topper. The photograph does not do justice to this awesome quilt that Peggy made from Kaffe Fassett fabrics! It is stunning. Most of us start out quilting large squares when we make our first quilt. Judy made this darling little quilt - it was her first attempt at machine sewing patches together – and she made it with one inch squares! Yikes! I think it is wonderful and looks perfect to me. It's time to announce the winners for our March Mojo Contest! For those of you just joining us, we have contests with prizes the first Monday of each month. The rest of the weeks we just play for fun and inspiration.

It's been over a year since I've added any posts to the Civilian Conservation Corps category of this blog, in part because family circumstances have prevented me from doing the requisite exploration and photography.

Today I'm pleased to offer some photos submitted by reader AnneF, who on a trip to the Tongass National Forest in Juneau, Alaska, noted that the Skater's Cabin there was constructed by the CCC. Skater’s Cabin Picnic Shelter is located on the shore of the southwest corner of Mendenhall Lake, near the Mendenhall Glacier. The amount of mortar between the stones would suggest that the young men doing the work were relatively inexperienced, or perhaps that the available local stone was granitic and not amenable to shaping to fit. -Joe Bayly And you shall be My witnesses both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and even to the remotest part of the earth. Public Relations is but propaganda in a pretty dress. Quoted: “The National Rifle Association agreed on Tuesday to permit House passage of tougher disclosure requirements on campaign advertising and other political activity. Some cheer, noting that it was a feeding-frenzy of debt-based consumption that got us into the current mess. Now Americans have no choice but to pare back their debts, and thus there is and will be scant revival of the consumer-based economy. On BP and the Damages: “Fish can’t sue. Only people can. ” Un-American: A bunch of Israel's Democratic puppets are demanding that the State Department bar the peace activists who took part in the Gaza flotilla from entering the US. Bunch of terrorists. I read the article by Martin Feldstein, one of President Reagan's economic advisers, linked by the headline above last night, and I thought it was a powerful argument. For example: Unlike perishable agricultural products, oil can be stored in the ground. So when will an owner of oil reduce production or increase inventories instead of selling his oil and converting the proceeds into investible cash? A simplified answer is that he will keep the oil in the ground if its price is expected to rise faster than the interest rate that could be earned on the money obtained from selling the oil. Any policy that causes the expected future oil price to fall can cause the current price to fall, or to rise less than it would otherwise do. In other words, it is possible to bring down today's price of oil with policies that will have their physical impact on oil demand or supply only in the future. Read the entire article, then I invite you back to offer your take on the argument. This morning the weather shifted. That sentence sounds as if it came out of one of those screenwriter worshops. You know the type. Where the celebrated writer with one credit to his name doles out helpful advice like Geoffrey Rush on valium. Choose a block of the human condition. Stuff it into a metaphor vehicle. And sprinkle with symbols. Because we all know when a writer talks about weather shifting, there is a subtext just rollin’ along like Ol’ Man River. But let’s pretend that subtext is for The New Yorker and I am simply talking about the weather. Because the weather has shifted. Now you would think that a Roman Catholic priest would not be actively supporting a pro-abortion, pro-gay marriage politician such as Hillary, but I am wrong.

It seems that Msgr.

Charles V. Antonicelli, Pastor of the Church of the Annunciation, is a supporter of Hillary "Never Met an Abortion I Did Not Like" Clinton. Don't know who he is? Here is his biography. . The pattern paper is from Authentique Summer. Source This is Theodore. He is the beloved Beagle of my dear sister Robin who writes the blog Decorating Tennis Girl. Dear and sweet Theodore is at the University of Illinois Veterinary Hospital right now. His pancreas is inflamed and there is liver involvement as well. He is receiving treatment right now. I am asking for prayers for Theodore from all you dog lovers.

We pet parents know that our pets are family and we always want the best for them.

Thank you in advance for your prayers. Big Texas Hugs, Susan and Bentley. Thank you so much for your good wishes for Kerry, Sunny and the baby. We, and they, appreciate everyone of them. It's been a while since I wrote about money and how to hold on to it. The new baby has refocused my mind on this topic because Kerry and Sunny will be saving for their home and Hanno and I will have a few extra expenses because we want to help provide for the baby. We are on a limited budget, Hanno is on a pension while I still earn a small amount from my writing and the advertising on the blog and forum. We have no debt, we have money in the bank but we have no superannuation/retirement plan/pension scheme to rely on. Self reliance has helped us get to the place we are right now. We home produce a lot of our own needs and spend money only on raw materials and what we can't produce ourselves. I have decided to press in to service my Finsbury Pocket as my Car Filofax. I'm hoping to take delivery of my new car in the next few weeks and the Inky Blue will be a perfect match for my blue VW Touran. I'd like to introduce you to Stella. that I'm utterly in love with. Stella doesn't look like much.

" I just procured this original gem and as you can see its in nice shape than my personal copy shown framed with a gold backing in the last photo.

The only issue on this original are a couple of minor edge wrinkles but otherwise the print is near perfect. When I introduced myself she she was so bubbly and funny but once posing she turned very serious and intense.

Which I also thought funny.

I prefer however to keep my secret proprietary information to myself. For example, the knowledge and expertise I've acquired in getting around the racetrack, especially those in New York. However, since I like you guys and there's relatively few of you in the big scheme of things, I'll share a few general helping hints. Plenty of chairs, benches and tables there for just about any other racing day other than this. The earlier the better for prime spots obviously, but it's a large park. We had more snow yesterday and more frigid weather is on the way. So I made my gang some simple but yummy treats. I missed taking the first photos. of corn syrup in a heavy pot. of vanilla extract. launchpad. .