In a 2006 a Piaggio Group study (makers of Vespa Gas Powered Scooters) found that 30% of people polled agreed that they could drive a gas powered scooter 35% of their daily travels. In 2005 almost 57,000 gas powered scooters were sold with a large majority of women making the scooter their ideal form of transportation. With today’s $4.00 a gallon plus gas prices and scooters getting close to 100 miles to the gallon or more, it is time to take a serious look at this option.
Cultures need to evolve with the times, as younger, hungrier companies enter the market place. They are likely to be more dynamic and prepared for new opportunities that beckon.
As treatment proceeds, other questions probably will occur. Keeping a small notebook handy as the patient سبانجا ومعشوقية through the cancer experience can be helpful.
Leroy, despite being the town drunk, decides that drinking will not solve his problems and decides to do something about his situation but not before he gives Mary Margaret a much needed pep talk mainly saying that she should enjoy the time time she had with David rather than regretting it.
I took a walk to a pond a few feet from the coach once. The trees are nice to look at. It’s a real treat when another camper arrives. Susie and I grab our wine and position ourselves in their direction. Jeff sits on his beer cooler and critiques every strategically measured move of a driver trying to squeeze a forty footer into a spot between two 1000 year old pine trees. That’s amusing…for Eustis.
The law of 3’s is one rule not many people know about. By dividing your camera view of the picture you’d like to take into 3’s across and down so you end up with 9 squares through your view finder. Place the subject you wish to take a photo of covering 1/3 or 2/3 of your view. Don’t always look for symmetrical shots. You can create a more interesting photo if your subject or main focus is off to the side. When taking landscape shots use the law of 3’s going horizontally through the view finder. Have 1/3 foreground 2/3 background. Remembering this simple rule you’ll have great travel photos that are captivating.
PORCUPINE; Good sign: brings messages about weather or hunting. If a person sees a Porcupine close to home in late fall this warns that an early winter is coming.