Airline Seat Sizes

Flyers’ Rights says small airlines seats can put people’s health at risk with conditions like blood clots in legs.

via Judge Orders Review Of Airline Seat Sizes, Legroom — WCCO | CBS Minnesota

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Autumn Leaves

Autumn Leaves

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At this time of year, scenes of Autumn exploding in color fills my Facebook wall. Most are images like below, color blasting from the screen. But one set of images caught my eye because they were so similar to the ones in this post.

via Autumn Leaves – A Different View — Garden Walk Garden Talk

More than 20 FREE Things To Do in Huston 

More than 20 FREE Things To Do in Huston 


Huston is so beautiful. I never been their, but i have seen pictures. 🙂

Sarah Flournoy of Houston Audubon commented, “The Upper Texas Coast is a nature-lover’s dream, and the City Nature Challenge encouraged us to get outside, have fun, and document the plants, birds, mammals, reptiles, and insects that make up our unique region.”

https://houstonaudubon.org/about/news/city-nature-challenge.html

http://www.southernsavers.com/top-25-free-things-houston-finished/

Capitol Reef National Park

Capitol Reef National Park

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State Route 12 is another scenic highway in Southern Utah. It is listed as one of Utah’s Scenic Byways. It starts near Capitol Reef National Park, ascends the Dixie National Forest to an elevation nearing 10,000 feet, and ends near Bryce Canyon National Park. Here’s just a few images I took when I traveled Highway […]

via Utah’s Highway 12 — dawn2dawn photography

Giant Rafflesia

Giant Rafflesia

What strange gigantic flower is here That shows its lonesome pallid face Where neither stems nor leaves appear J. Hunt Cooke The rare giant rafflesia grows only on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra.

via The Corpse Flower — kids and compass

Vancouver Island

Vancouver Island

Not long ago I posted about Quamichan Lake and its many moods. The photos in that post were taken from the only place that you can park a car. Yesterday we found another access to Quamichan Lake, this one down a short trail in a beautiful housing development. There was a small fishing wharf but […]

via Another View of Quamichan Lake and Mt. Prevost — Living on Vancouver Island