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The New Hush Hush Rocking/Nursing/Glider Chair - Converts into Stunning Armchair Too! The Ideal Gliding Chair for Maternity or Just Relaxing in the Conservatory (Grey Upholstery)
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La Siesta Animundo Africa Hammock for Children
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La Siesta Animundo Africa Hammock for Children by La Siesta

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Bigjigs Toys My First Wooden Cradle Swing Seat - Suitable for 12-36 months
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Bigjigs Toys My First Wooden Cradle Swing Seat - Suitable for 12-36 months by Bigjigs Toys

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Five 'wow' aviation moments at the Oshkosh air show - CNN

Never heard of it. It's kind of like an aviation buff's Disneyland. Or maybe Comic-Con. I'm one of those buffs. This is my first visit to Oshkosh. And I can tell you it's a weeklong orgy of aircraft, with about 500,000 avgeeks and 10,000 planes stirring up a delirious mix of aviation and overstimulation. Iconic and experimental aircraft are everywhere. Breathtaking aerobatic performances happen every day. There's something cool to see at every turn. My head feels like it's on a swivel. Come to think if it, my neck hurts. Unlike Comic-Con, there's not a lot of cosplay here. But some pilots do walk around in their flight suits. For folks who've never been to Oshkosh during airshow week, let me offer a few basics:. Usually, some kind of machine is flying overhead. This forces nearly everyone to constantly look up. C. Folks not looking up are probably looking down, using their smartphones. Because of A, B and C, a lot of people have been bumping into each other. So, in cased you missed some of the action this week, here are five things that wowed 'em at Oshkosh:. The arrival of the world's newest airliner, the Airbus A350XWB It was enough to pull gawkers out of their lawn chairs and on to their feet. Direct from Airbus headquarters in France, the world's newest airliner emerged from the clouds Monday afternoon. The Airbus A350XWB tour of the Americas arrived at Oshkosh all decked out in black, white and gray. At the controls: British Airbus test pilot Frank Chapman, who put the plane through its paces. High-banked turns and low passes thrilled the hundreds of aviation fans who crowded along a runway at Oshkosh's Wittman Regional Airport. This thing announced itself with the roar of a pair of Rolls-Royce engines. After the A350 landed, the crew displayed an American flag out the cockpit window, prompting applause from the crowd. Chapman really knows how to make an entrance. And he should. Two years ago, Chapman wowed the crowd when he landed an Airbus A380 -- the world's biggest airliner -- on this same narrow airstrip. Read more about the A350's tour of the Americas. Military wows As the pilot, U. S. Air Force Reserve Maj. Jeremy Holt, put it: "It was pretty cool, actually. These bombers are so big, they hadn't been allowed to land here since the airshow started more than 60 years ago. Source: www.cnn.com

Zoo Miami's Ron Magill Has Earned His Place in the Spotlight - Miami New Times

Magill, six-foot-six, with brown eyes and a mustache that rivals Tom Selleck's, understood what was happening. On the table lay a grown male orangutan that had recently died, the property of a private owner. Magill had been cutting off its skin and was just getting through to the musculature. "Look," he explained. "I'm preparing an orangutan skeleton over there. "Holy shit," one of the cops said as he moved closer. Nearby, a colony of domestic beetles was on standby to devour the primate's flesh. "We got a report somebody was being dismembered. The officers lightened up. "Aren't you the zoo guy. Indeed, he is the zoo guy. He even has the vanity license plate on his black Cadillac Escalade — "ZOO GUY" — to prove it. "He's a five-hour energy drink for our show," Le Batard says, "if five-hour energy drinks had terrible mustaches. " Ron Magill has worked at Zoo Miami since it opened in 1980. He became a world-renowned wildlife ambassador long before reality TV, Jeff Corwin, or Steve Irwin. He got his first taste of fame in the '80s while working as an alligator handler on the set of Miami Vice , then became a hero after Hurricane Andrew destroyed cages at the zoo and his animal rescues made national news. He became a household name with stints on television (as a regular on Sábado Gigante ) and radio (as a frequent guest on Dan Le Batard's ESPN show). But after 35 years at the zoo and 27 years on Sábado Gigante , Magill's gig on the Guinness World Records' longest-running show in TV history is winding down. The final episode will air September 19, and it's still undecided whether he will appear one last time. As that chapter of his life comes to a close, Magill sat down with New Times to reflect on his storied and sometimes-absurd career. Sharing tales from his home office, Magill, 55, recalls that day about ten years ago when he was mistaken for a mutilative murderer. Pilots of the passing gliders had reported the gruesome sight of the autopsy and reported it as a crime in progress, though parts of the dead ape would eventually be used for education. The skull of that very same orangutan now sits in Magill's office as part of his collection of nearly 400 animal skulls. Dan Le Batard cites that autopsy as one of his favorite stories about Magill. Another top pick is an incident when Magill was excavating an orangutan skull, and the corpse — which had been buried for days —. Source: www.miaminewtimes.com

Mount 7: Bike, ski and fly all in one day on Golden, BC's one-stop-adventure rock - The Globe and Mail

Brady Starr is 2,490 metres above sea level, ready to scorch down a mountain ridge on his bike. Andy Brown is 10 metres above him, on the summit, gearing up to ski a strip of snow not far from Starr’s path. Peter MacLaren is paragliding above them both. A hang glider noodles around nearby. We are on Mount 7 – Golden’s one-stop-adventure rock. The trio is pulling off Mount 7’s rare summer trifecta: biking, skiing and flying, all at once. Starr and Brown add a dose of 4x4ing up a logging road and hiking with equipment on their backs to execute the skiing and biking segments. to paraglide, MacLaren runs off Mount 7 at 1,950 metres above sea level and rides the wind upward. I knock off two of the three – paragliding and skiing – in one day, displaying varying degrees of skill and grace. I lose a thimble or two of blood, leave skin on craggy rocks and, yes, need help from the guys when this interdisciplinary playground in British Columbia bests me. Starr’s bike is green, his helmet black and his mind clear. He rips down Mount 7’s scree field – a grey blanket of loose, sharp rocks, punctuated by outcroppings – for about 500 metres, dropping 190 vertical metres. The angle of the slope is about 35 degrees. “It is sometimes moderately intimidating when you are looking down the ridge. It is quite steep. And then once you get going, it is just all bliss,” he says, as if the 25-second ride is a reasonable thing to do on a Friday afternoon. “It is some of the most pure and raw downhill-mountain biking in the province. Indeed, you don’t go to Golden because you love Banff. You go to Golden because you love the mountains and know you don’t need to buy a jade grizzly bear carving after hiking. Banff is like Katy Perry – choreographed, fluorescent, sugary. Golden is the Mudhoney of the mountains – unpredictable, gritty, punk. You know about Katy Perry. As for Mudhoney, if you know, you know. Mount 7 is named after the fleeting fashion statement it makes each summer, when it sheds all its snow save for one ribbon shaped like a seven. The window of opportunity to ski the Seven is brief – it lasts only about seven to 10 days each year. Ideally, locals ski it July 7th. (Get it. ) Clothing is optional. I am here, clothed, on June 5th because last winter’s snow pack was thin and this spring was hot. I came to Golden to ski the Seven. I involuntarily skidded down a good chunk of it on my back. But first, I paraglide. Source: www.theglobeandmail.com

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  • Five 'wow' aviation moments at the Oshkosh air show

    07/24/15 ,via CNN

    It was enough to pull gawkers out of their lawn chairs and on to their feet. Direct from Airbus headquarters A super glider called Perlan 2 will attempt to set a world altitude record for a piloted, fixed-wing aircraft in sustained flight. How high

  • Zoo Miami's Ron Magill Has Earned His Place in the Spotlight

    07/21/15 ,via Miami New Times

    The sprawling ranch sits on five acres deep in the rural Redland, up against the Everglades, where passing aircraft that come and go from a next-door glider port provide the only visible connection to the outside world. Hovering in front of . That

  • Mount 7: Bike, ski and fly all in one day on Golden, BC's one-stop-adventure rock

    07/06/15 ,via The Globe and Mail

    A hang glider noodles around nearby. We are on We get in our rigs – they are like chairs without legs – and MacLaren clips us together. We want From here, the wetlands look like slimy green puddles best avoided when coming in for a landing. Our

  • Child development center expands to Brighton

    06/29/15 ,via Livingston Daily

    McPeake said more than $100,000 was invested in renovating and refurbishing the building, including new flooring, carpets, paint, bathroom fixtures, tables and chairs, toys and learning materials. “Everything is brand-new,” she said. The center

  • 9 cool new things coming to GABP this year

    03/30/15 ,via Cincinnati.com

    3: The best new thing at the The Handlebar at The Riverfront Club is what's not there. There used to be It's really nice: There are upholstered gliding chairs, a restroom, a refrigerator and TVs so you don't completely miss out on the game. "It may

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