Haleakala national parks
We visited Haleakala national parks in the month of July. This time when we went to Haleakala national park, the roads were so cloudy we couldn’t see properly.
We drove to the visitor center, it was raining. The visitor center was closed (i always like to go to the visitor center and talk with them, buy stuff ). We decided we are not going to see the upper side of the park, or observatory.
Kids were so skeptical, I told my husband we have already been there before, now I don’t want to go to see its so cloudy. I was so scared.
Some other tourists were going there too, they encourage us, you drove this much, it’s a just little bit more and you can see the sunshine.
I thought how come, my husband told me the upper side of a mountain is too high and clouds are lower than that. He told me, do you know from last time we visited here, very small plants are the upper side of the park.
I told my husband, in very little voice,”ok”.
After few minutes of driving, the sun shows up.
Thanks to the fellow tourists:)
He start driving after few minutes, sun started to show up.:)
It’s the last phase of a three-year incremental plan to meet national standards for parks with similar visitor amenities.
via Fees to increase at Hawaii Volcanoes, Haleakala national parks starting June 1 — KHON2
DIY Doll Bed
Every girl like Dolls. 🙂
They are so cute if you make stuff for your Doll at home. So Creative. I used to make everything from scratch for dolls, jewelry, house, comforter several things. Doing DIY things give me energy and make my thinking ability another prospect for success.
Nowadays kids have the passion to use Computer and other Video Games. I especially buy things and use them to annoy everybody in my house. (sorry) 🙂
They have their own level and passion for creativity. :):)
Hello, lovelies! A while ago I wanted to make a doll bed. So after I did, I wanted to share how to make it with you! First, find a box the right size for your doll. Then get some felt! Make two squares of felt for your pillows. Hot glue all the sides but one for your pillow […]
via DIY Doll Bed — Small Dolls Big Hearts
7 Tips for being positive Everyday!
We always tell to kids, don’t overuse your Cell phone. I think using a cell phone is not bad at all. I learned from kids how they comfort their friend’s Psychological problems, mental health issues in an easy way. We even don’t know how they make everybody happy. They spend their time, tell them funny things, showing them musical videos, learn several good things from good videos. Share good and healthy things with other kids. Impress me so much. Now I have to change my opinion to become positive.:)
For the last 2 years, I’ve worked on being a positive person. I’ve learned that staying positive is a daily task! Each day, you’ll find that there are different things that will affect you daily, but by intentionally and strategically being positive, you will see that eventually it won’t be hard for you to stay […]
via 7 Tips for being positive Everyday! (Quick Read) — Ashley Gulley
7 Ways The Pioneers Preserved Food Without Electricity
Good to know how we can be GREEN. 🙂
It’s an ART.
Written by: Steve Nubie The pioneers knew more than a few tricks to preserve food for the long-term. Any form of food preservation was designed to kill and inhibit the growth of bacteria, fungus and other micro-organisms. It also was designed to prevent the oxidation of fats which could lead to rancidity. Our pioneer ancestors […]
via 7 Ways The Pioneers Preserved Food Without Electricity — How to Provide
Ray Ban sunglasses
I was in Mall doing shopping. I heard the conversation about. Their was Ray Ban sunglasses shop and people were talking prize was expensive.
I found this site. We want to share. 🙂
Before buying or receiving sunglasses, please check Fake or Real sunglasses.
Dutch Stroopwafel Cookies
We always buy Wafel Cookies from specialty food store. I don’t know how to make. May be i will try. I think we can use fruits and maple syrup with cookies. Looks delicious. 🙂
Most Dutch street food is comfort food – frite (French fries), poffertje (mini pancakes) and bitterballen (battered and fried meatballs) to name a few – with the exception of pickled herring (not sure many people find comfort in raw fish topped with chopped onions and pickles!). My personal favorite in the Netherlands is stroopwafel. Literally […]
via Recipe: Dutch Stroopwafel Cookies — Boarding Pass