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It’s All Mishegoss — Summer Solstice #99

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And Away We GOOOOOOO!

We’re back and we have some great and dare we say interesting articles for your Tuesday?

First, we want to welcome you to the longest day of the year, Tuesday, June 20, 2017. Summer Solstice is here and in Fresno where we live it’s going to be 110 degrees. The HEAT is on!

Do you know what those string on a banana are called? We didn’t either till we read the article we posted about that. It’s the first post after our special post about Summer Solstice. You can thank us later for this little tidbit of knowledge.

Do you love to travel? We do. Not that we get a lot of opportunity to travel as much as we would like to so we live through others. We enjoy hearing from our friends when they are on trips. As much as we would rather travel also, the fact that we live through their posts on social media is enjoyable right now. One day though it maybe them reading our travel post.

With the thought of travel now in your mind, have you ever thought about taking a cruise around the world in a canoe? Most likely not, but we have a post fro you about some people who did just that! Maybe that’s our or yours next trip? Only time will tell.

Did you know you have 25,000 morning to wake up too in your adult life? We didn’t, but now we and you know about it and we better not waste those mornings. Mornings amazing aren’t they?

It’s the Summer of Love. Remember 50 years ago the Summer of love then? We included one story about it and another about Jimi Hendrix! Well it’s the 50th anniversary, and it’s time to celebrate it once again. Whether you’re in San Francisco. Monterey or wherever you are now, it’s time to celebrate LOVE!

Have a great Solstice and see you tomorrow!

Ciao,

Mark & Patti


Something Special

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The summer solstice is Tuesday: 7 things to know about the longest day of the year — Vox — www.vox.com 
 The summer solstice is upon us: Tuesday, June 20, will be the longest day of 2017 for anyone living north of the equator. If pagan rituals are your thing, this is probably a big moment for you. If not, the solstice is still pretty neat.

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FYI, Those Annoying Strings On Bananas Are Called Phloem Bundles | HuffPost — www.huffingtonpost.com 
 ull back the yellow peel of a banana, and there they are, haunting you. They run vertically along the fruit, demanding to be removed with precision.

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Spiced Chicken Tacos with Avocado and Pomegranate Salsa Recipe — www.countryliving.com 
 Avocado is packed with monounsaturated fats that help reduce inflammation and will help you feel fuller longer.

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Are You Ready For Retirement? | Planning for Retirement — www.havingfunsaving.com 
 As a woman, I don’t think about retirement as much as my husband does. I am blessed to be able to work out of the home and make my own schedule, so shouldn’t I be able to retire when I want to as well?

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Travel for 18 Months and Spend $1,038 on Accommodation!

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 I was about two years into my initial journey when I realized that the most expensive piece of my trip was consistently my accommodation (took me long enough, wouldn’t you say?).

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10 Best Places to Visit in Belarus, Europe | Voyager — imvoyager.com 
 Belarus is a relatively lesser known country in Europe that has lots of great places to visit that most people don’t know about.

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You Have 25,000 Mornings As an Adult. Here’s How to Not Waste Them — lifehacker.com 
 You’ll wake up for about 25,000 mornings in your adult life, give or take a few.

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7 Signs You’re Stuck in a Rut — Thrive Global — journal.thriveglobal.com 
 Sometimes it’s hard to notice when we’re stuck in a rut. You could go through the dull, numbing pain of everyday activities and not feel any desire to change anything.

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After A Decade In The Works, The Jimi Hendrix Park Finally Opens — www.digitalmusicnews.com 
 Seattle first broke ground on the Jimi Hendrix park three years ago. First planned to be opened by 2012, the project faced a series of lengthy and costly delays. Now, the park has finally opened its doors.

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Summer of Love, 50 years later — San Francisco Chronicle — www.sfchronicle.com 
 Be sure to wear flowers in your hair in San Francisco as the city celebrates the 50th anniversary of Summer of Love.

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Hawaii-deep-sea-canoe-returns-home-after-global-voyage — Story — www.yourcentralvalley.com 
 Pomp and circumstance greeted the Hokulea, a traditional Polynesian deep-sea canoe, on its return to Hawaii after a three-year global voyage.

11-On An Evil Note!

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Evil Architecture: 15 Ominous-Looking Buildings Fit for Scheming Villains | Urbanist — weburbanist.com 
 With ominous red lighting, creepy statue adornments, ventilation pipes resembling cannons and spaceship-like silhouettes, these buildings put off some seriously evil vibes.

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