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Road Construction Closes Mountain Loop Highway by Jason Martin Posted Thu 04 Mar 2010 3:27pm The American Alpine Institute just received the following email from Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest Weekday Access to Through Traffic Blocked Everett, Wash. March 4, 2010— The Forest Service is closing Mountain Loop Highway 7 a.m. Monday through noon Friday beginning March 8 until the end of April. It will open on weekends. ... Read on »
Highway Hypodermics: On The Road Again First Printing! by Highway Hypodermics .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 03 Feb 2009 11:23pm GET IT NOW AT THE SPECIAL FIRST RELEASE PRICE!!! Epstein has submitted the work to the publisher in October, the publisher did some great editing and formatting then off to the printer it went. The first printed copy has been sent to the publisher and has been approved, and now books are on the way to Epstein. Within the next few weeks, the ... Read on »
Queen of the Road by TheSmartCook Posted Wed 15 Jun 2011 5:30am By now you're probably tired of seeing my eating adventures in the airport and on airplanes, the excessive amount of food I pack and try to sneak through security , and my love/hate relationship with TSA officers---they love me, and I hate when they have to take stuff away. Considering I have a few more flight plans in the works over the ... Read on »
Lost Highway: AIDS and Truckers in India by Visual AIDS Patient Expert Posted Tue 06 Dec 2005 12:00am Saradh, 36, is a prostitute in Chilakaluripet, India, a southern town along the national highway. The town is a center for H.I.V. infection. Photo: Tyler Hicks/The New York Times via NYTimes: India Accelerating | An Epidemic Spreads On India's Roads, Cargo and a Deadly Passenger By AMY WALDMAN Published: December 6, 2005 ... Read on »
Creative Highways: South Dakota Sunsets and Jolly Green Giants by Larissa S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 30 Jun 2009 3:49pm (posted by Larissa) As I stood beneath the looming shadow of the Jolly Green Giant statue in Blue Earth, Minnesota, I observed the soothing flow of traffic on I-90 several yards away, and the cars slowly pulling in and out of the Dairy Queen parking lot across from the neatly trimmed lawns of Jolly Green's domicile. After months of anticipatio ... Read on »
The Highway Code by Dave M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 10:36am I am not one of those English people who live in the US and constantly compare the two countries, cultures, or lifestyles. I have lived here for 28 years now, if anything it is England that now seems foreign to me. You will never hear me compare Cadbury’s chocolate with Hershey’s for example, or argue that one is better than the other. One ... Read on »
Amazon Nursing Trends, Issues, and Roles Best-Selling Author Epstein LaRue Releases The Third Edition, “Highway Hypodermics: On by Highway Hypodermics .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 11:02am (Grace, ID) – Epstein Larue (www.epsteinlarue.com) and Star Publish, LLC, (www.starpublishllc.com) is happy to announce the release of Highway Hypodermics: On the Road Again, the third book in the Highway Hypodermics travel nursing informational series. There is no end in sight for the nursing shortage. As the need for nurses grows, so does ... Read on »
Creative Highways Project: Closing Remarks by Larissa S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Aug 2009 10:38am (posted by Larissa) These last few weeks since we returned from our trip have had us immersed again in our domestic/business lives: sales calls, laundry, marketing, reorganizing, socializing with friends and family, weddings, budgeting, and so on. We have easily allowed the time to go by without collecting or writing any closing tho ... Read on »
Expect delays as crews begin to move Mount Baker Highway near Glacier by Jason Martin Posted Fri 12 Mar 2010 12:06pm The American Alpine Institute just received the following email from Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest GLACIER – Crews are moving equipment into place now and will soon shift a quarter-mile of Mount Baker Highway (SR 542) away from the Nooksack River near east Church Mountain Road, four miles east of Glacier. Drivers can expect closures ... Read on »
Sand Making Line is Basic Construction for Highway by wellsphere12 Posted Fri 02 Nov 2012 12:44am As our national highway construction shows a strong momentum of development, good quality mining machinery and high-quality artificial sand produced by sand maker s provide basic security for effificient highway building. That the number of clients who order Crushers and Raymond Mill continues to grow indicate that in some way the present dev ... Read on »