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Antique Game Tables

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  • require bright, even overhead lighting. Shaded pendants equipped with either incandescent bulbs or energy-efficient compact fluorescent tubes are one solution (see illustration). Or, install two recessed downlights over each half of the table.

  • made in or typical of earlier times and valued for its age; "the beautiful antique French furniture"

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  • A collectible object such as a piece of furniture or work of art that has a high value because of its considerable age

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antique game tables - GameCraft Nine

GameCraft Nine in One Table

GameCraft Nine in One Table

The 9-in-1 game table is the perfect multi-game table for your family. All the games store inside the table. Great for the family with limited space. The sturdy construction will provide years of fun and enjoyment for you and your children! Unique table design includes all of the following games: \nFull size table soccer, table tennis, 4 1/2' pool table, glide hockey, shuffleboard, bowling, chess, checkers and backgammon. Includes all the equipment necessary to start playing. Assembly required.

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Pair Klismos style chairs & Asian Modern Games Table

Pair Klismos style chairs & Asian Modern Games Table

Available at Antiques on Camelback
Sold as a set only. ONE chair and the table is on display at the store
Other chair is at Antiques on Central.

Antique Game Table - $300 or Best Offer

Antique Game Table - $300 or Best Offer

Game Table with an antique leather top cover that coverts to cool game board of chess, checker, etc. 38 by 38.

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Canoe coffee tables : Bernhardt dining room table.

Canoe Coffee Tables

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    coffee tables
  • A low table, typically placed in front of a sofa

  • While any small and low table can be, and is, called a coffee table, the term is applied particularly to the sets of three or four tables made from about 1790; of which the latter were called 'quartetto tables'.

  • small and light boat; pointed at both ends; propelled with a paddle

  • travel by canoe; "canoe along the canal"

  • A canoe (North American English) or Canadian canoe (British English) is a small narrow boat, typically human-powered, though it may also be powered by sails or small electric or gas motors. Canoes usually are pointed at both bow and stern and are normally open on top, but can be decked over (i.

  • A narrow, keelless boat with pointed ends, propelled by a paddle or paddles

canoe coffee tables - Pelican Boats

Pelican Boats Navigator Assembled Recreational Canoe

Pelican Boats Navigator Assembled Recreational Canoe

This 13 foot, 6 inch long canoe is lightweight (only 54 pounds) and highly maneuverable. Designed for experienced paddlers and built from our exclusive Ram-X™ material, this boat has a 650 pound capacity. Two molded seats with beverage and fishing rod holders will provide comfort for your adventures. This boat has a beige interior and red hull, with a classic canoe shape.

Blending affordability with superior craftsmanship, the lightweight two-seater Pelican Navigator recreational canoe delivers excellent maneuverability, stability, and glide across the water. The hull and deck are made of durable RAM-X high-density polyethylene, which offers high impact resistance and memory capacity (ability to regain original shape after impact). This canoe is equipped with molded bench seats and rod holders, aluminum gunnels with protective sleeves and a sturdy center thwart for easy carrying. It's designed for experienced paddlers, and it does not include paddles. It comes fully assembled.
Length: 13 feet, 6 inches
Beam: 37 inches
Weight: 57 pounds
Maximum capacity: 650 pounds
Seats: 2
Coloring: fire engine red (outside), sand (inside)

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My trusted Soul Mate Suzie and my baby

My trusted Soul Mate Suzie and my baby

I wanted a dog from the moment I could put the words into a sentance.
I would go up to every dog in the street from and early age causing alarm to my parents.
My parents would tell me I had to wait until I was fourteen,which felt like eternity.
I made do with walking any dog I could lay my hands on from about the age of 9/10.
Pippa was about 6months old when I began walking her,a neighbours dog very intelligent,very slim very speedy whippet like but with black wirey hair a white patch on her chest,terrier like face. We were unseperable. Then her owner rescued a tubby lab cross looking dog called Pedro.He also had a white patch on his chest but his paws were brindle -looked like he'd walked thro something! Both dogs were no bigger than a cocker spaniel.
I walked Pippa and Pedro, a dog called 'Jagger' almost identical to Pedro but she had black feet,a rough Collie called Cindy who lived next door, a pointer cross called Suzie too,two Jack Russels one hairy one smooth coated called Laurel and Hardy.My best friend Laura had a spaniel/collie cross called Buddy.
We were quite a sight walking down Festing rd to the Canoe lake and along the Prom.
All the dogs were very well behaved else we wouldnt have managed.
Pippa and Pedro became parents of three little girl puppies.
I remember to this day the puppy smell the scratchy claws and needle sharp teeth,I was in my element.
One was big and chubby like her father with Rotweiler looking markings, one was the tiny runt black with a white spot on her chest and the middle one was a fiesty little mischief full of life and excitement.She was a perfect mix of her parents,she had the brindle paws,brindle bits under her ears and a white patch in the shape of my favourite no.No 7!
I thought my heart would break as one by one each of the puppies went to a new home.
Pippa and Pedro's owner had knocked our door and offered to give us a puppy but my parents had said sorry but no.I really went off my parents I felt hollow and devasted.
I continued to walk Pippa and Pedro always with a tinge of sadness after that.Then one day when I went to collect tem Mr Stringer the owner said that one of the pups had been returned. It was the middle fiesty one,no7 chest.
The new owners siamese cat had left home fearful of the pup. So he was looking again for a new home.I grabbed the pup and ran the four doors away to my mum.I explained what had happened. She was very quiet but played with the pup for a little while. Then dad came in from work and she left me in the front room playing with the pup already I was trying to teacn her to sit.
I heard a few raised voices form the kitchen, i felt a little nervous. I heard mum coming back up the passage.I picked up the pup nuzzling her cheek. mum came in and looked a little harrassed but smiled and said 'would you like her for an early christmas pressie?'
I'm filling up now remembering the ultimate joy I felt,I cried and cried with happiness it was my dream come true,i could not believe i wasn't dreaming i hugged my mum and kissed her so much and ran to the kitchen and cuddled dad too. He was offish with me and said he didn't want anything to do with the dog. This was the only little cloud, my heart was filled to burst for my mum making this happen for me.
(I later realised that my dad had grieved so much for his childhood pup when it had died he didnt want to go thro it again).
My neighbour looked as thrilled as me that I would be giving 'Suzie' a home.
In time my dad softened as Suzie as tiny as she was used t give him such an enormous welcome each time he came home,she reallly treated him as the leader of the pack,turning into a wriggling mass of legs and tail at his feet.
Suzie was the biggest gift of my young life and I owe my parents so much for giving me a soulmate who i could confide induring my dark days from bullying. Relieving any pain with her eyes and her cuddles.
She put on trick shows for my friends and neighbours,sitting rolling,begging,chiggy back on me, kissing, cuddling on comand,balancing,ball/pebbles on her nose and catching it. Guessing which hand i had a pebble in by sitting and pointing with her paw.She would go and jump on each piece of furniture,including the coffee table,settee,chair,''tuffet'',I would just say the word. If i put my hands on the fornt legs she would tuck her head down and do a forward roll.She follwed me everywhere.If i was commin down the stairs i would take great pleasure in winding her up tho she did enjoy it her tail waggin I would stand on each stair and thro my arms out and say what? and she would growl as if swearing at me and go up on her hind legs and gently push me down each step.I think she was most remebered by her uselful trick shutting the living room door,Family and friends would just say 'shut the door and she would leap up and slam it shut.
I was heaven blessed to shared my early life with her.

Cheers to you from Red Canoe - Coffee shops 2008, #8

Cheers to you from Red Canoe - Coffee shops 2008, #8

Had our team meeting today at Red Canoe - definitely my favorite coffee shop in Baltimore. We had to do some final prep for a presentation we had to make tonight, which ended up going well.

You know how you wish you had a place, close by, that you could hit with your team when you had to go over some stuff without any interruptions, even the friendly kind? This is it. The rest of the folks we work with are great - honest! - sometimes it's good to get out of the hive into a fresh place, close by, no laptops either. This is only 10 minutes, and it's a perfect fit.

The walls are covered with art by local artists, much of it for sale if you like it. It's a converted row house, with the middle wall separating two houses removed; one side the bookstore, the other the coffee shop/cafe'.

If you're in Baltimore some time, the coffee and muffin's on me!

(Got the shot with my point and shoot attached to the Gorillapod, sitting on the next table over, on 10 second timer in two person portrait mode so I could jump over and get in the shot. Got this one at about 3:55 p.m. - they close at 4:00!)

Red Canoe, Harford Rd., Baltimore, Maryland.

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Cheap round kitchen tables - What size dining room table - Blackwood dining table.

Cheap Round Kitchen Tables

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  • The Custard Factory is an arts and media production centre in Birmingham, England .

  • a room equipped for preparing meals

  • A set of fixtures, cabinets, and appliances that are sold together and installed in such a room or area

  • A room or area where food is prepared and cooked

  • Cuisine

  • A kitchen is a room or part of a room used for cooking and food preparation.

  • Present formally for discussion or consideration at a meeting

  • Postpone consideration of

  • (table) a set of data arranged in rows and columns; "see table 1"

  • (table) postpone: hold back to a later time; "let's postpone the exam"

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  • (of prices or other charges) Low

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  • Charging low prices

  • brassy: tastelessly showy; "a flash car"; "a flashy ring"; "garish colors"; "a gaudy costume"; "loud sport shirts"; "a meretricious yet stylish book"; "tawdry ornaments"

  • Alter (a number) to one less exact but more convenient for calculations

  • Give a round shape to

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ghosts of Alcatraz

ghosts of Alcatraz

Part II

Saturday morning we rolled into San Francisco, crossing the Bay Bridge much to my delight, as it's on a commemorative half dollar and I'd always wanted to see it in person. (Call me a dork, it's okay.) San Francisco was freezing, overcast, windy, and on the verge of drizzle and would stay that way all day. Despite my fear of heights, widths, bridges, spans of any sort, water, and drowning, Patrick managed to convince me to walk across the Golden Gate Bridge. That's four miles round trip, with nothing between you and death but a railing that is entirely too short for my tastes. I was sticking to the inside, practically touching the cars whipping by the cable barriers, when I had the unpleasant realization there were holes occasionally, small intentional drainage holes I imagine, maybe 2" in diameter, and those holes? I could see the water down below. It was not a fun four miles for me, I didn't really look at anything beyond my own nose. I needed blinders, frankly. But I did it, against every ounce of my sanity, I walked across the damned bridge. Twice. And we have photos of me out on the bridge to prove it to my doubting friends and family.

After the Bridge, a quick visit to that gigantic dome that Patrick (or someone) will have to tell me the name of for the hundreth time, because I just can't fucking remember it. I enjoyed being voyeuristic and watching two very, very different wedding parties participate in two very, very different bridal portrait sessions. We froze our asses off a bit more, before heading a few miles away, to the best Chinese food on the West coast, no arguments. U Lee's, it's on Hyde Street. It's been there about 60 years, under the current ownership for at least 20 years. Maybe five employees in the place, clearly related and of different generations, our waiter had been there for 20 years and his last name was Lee, a family business. It's a hole in the wall for certain, seats maybe 16 people, paper menus faded and taped to the walls, a proudly framed award announcing San Francisco's "Best Potstickers!" in the back. The kitchen is maybe 10x10, and completely visible from any seat in the joint, to use the bathroom you must walk through the kitchen. My kind of place from the get-go. We ordered the potstickers, a bowl of wonton, a plate of beef stew on rice, and I asked for an order of pork lo mein. To which the waiter asked if I were from the east coast. I asked how he knew, he explained on the east coast it's called lo mein, on the west coast it's chow mein. And that if I went to China and ordered lo mein, I'd get noodles in a gravy. Good to know. The bowl of wonton could have fed six. The indescribably fresh wontons swam in a tasty broth, with large bbq pork medallions and fresh scallions. I could have wept. Then the potstickers arrived, six of them, each the size of a mango, on a plate, sizzling. As we dug in the waiter, who I was totally enjoying, recommended we pour vinegar on the potstickers. Duly noted, and obeyed, and enjoyed. We each ate nearly two of the poststickers, and it took a monumental effort. The plate of perfectly sticky, tender rice came out, smothered in Chinese beef stew, amazing brown gravy, big pieces of tender beef (not lean, in fact, large ribbons of fat backed each piece), green vegetables cooked tender crisp, all glistening and steaming; I should have taken a photo, it was that perfect looking. The beef flaked into bits with the touch of a fork, the gravy was sublime. The lo/chow mein makes me drool even now thinking back to it. A brief trot down Lombard street, a wander through the Musee Mechanique, and exhausted and full we made our way to San Jose.

Saturday night found us at a much nicer, but equally dirt cheap Motel 6 in San Jose, just a few miles from our Sunday AM destination. Relieved to be in a comfy hotel, a bag of fresh fruit from a stand in hand, I threw myself on the bed, remembered my fear of hotel bed spreads, and pulled off the comforter. Where I found hair. Lots and lots of hair. Long black hairs. All over the sheets. All over the pillows. We spent a great deal of time de-hairing the bedding, and couldn't stop gagging/laughing as we turned out the lights that night in the hairtel, as we spotted another hair hanging from the lampshade. Saturday night also found us at the worst Denny's in America, and that is one hell of a distinction, is it not? I did have a surprisingly good salad of all random things to get at Denny's, but our poor waitress. She spilled half a glass of milk. She dropped a plate under our table. She forgot, repeatedly, two of our items. She also, I could hear, was forgetting things at other tables, including coffee. Christ, couldn't even bring out the coffee. I chalked it up to a bad night, until a guy wandered in, pissed off about a to-go order she'd bagged for him the night before, left half his shit out of, and then didn't cap the salad dressing correctly and he got home to find a ranchy me

"Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost." 344/365

"Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost." 344/365

I am really trying to last until the end of my 365. I'm so close!

Did everyone vote today? My Mom has given me such grief about my vote, but I didn't do what she thinks I did. But I'm not telling her. I'm not giving her the satisfaction. I believe so passionately that everyone should vote. I think people who stay at home as a protest vote are morons who should be slapped. I think people who spoil their ballot papers too are idiots too. & people who say they shouldn't vote because no parties tell the truth - that's because they're unpopular when they vote. Utter morons. & yet I didn't officially vote today. I would have voted Conservative, but one thing stopped me. The Conservatives want to hold a vote on the hunting ban, & if fox hunting becomes legal again I would have felt so guilty (even though in this area my vote doesn't count). I don't know how urban people feel about the fox hunting ban, but in rural areas it's an issue. I don't want it brought back. So instead I wrote my reasons on the ballot paper & then scribbled on it. I don't quite feel comfortable with doing that, but in this election the only party I could vote for is Conservative, & due to the animal rights issues I couldn't vote for any. Sad. But I had to do it. I really believe everyone should vote though, & reasons like "they're all as bad as each other" & "I'm staying home to show that I'm annoyed at all of them" are stupid excuses not to vote. I hope we don't have a hung parliament. That'd be so moronic. But whatever your political views, I hope you went out & voted. Even if it's for the BNP.


I was late to work today, but I slipped in & hope nobody really noticed. it was quite quiet this morning anyway. Greek Alex was in (there are like 3 different people called Alex at work now) & Nat (though it took me til lunchtime when I was able to check the rota to remember her name). The mother of a childhood friend was in & she said hey. Hilary still talks to my Mom, I think. It got kinda busy but everyone was nice so that was fine. Oh wait - I had one woman fussing about the amount of butter & fat in the lemon torte - we buy it in. I have no idea. Neither does Kate. Another woman didn't want tomatoes in the vegetable soup - well deal with it. Another woman sent me to find balsamic vinegar EVEN THOUGH WE DON'T DO BALSAMIC. When I said we could do white wine vinegar she said she'd have ordinary vinegar after all then. Oh & she sent me to find olive oil, which we use in cooking but not up front in the restaurant. & she didn't want the mayonnaise if it had milk in - who does that? So I went to check & Kate said no but maybe this woman had a gluten allergy so I had to go & list all our gluten-free products. & then she said no she just thought we might have watered down the mayonnaise with milk. Basically she was applying we were cheap. & no, we don't do that. So yeah. Irritatingly fussy. But my teacher, Mrs Woolam, from when I was 8 years old came in for lunch & actually recognised me. We had a bit of a chat. & at the same time a couple who used to work at the school, Shelia & Terry, came in too. They didn't recognise me, even though they worked there for 4 years ago. After I'd taken their order they stopped me as I walked past them to ask if I was Catherine, & then said how much I'd changed. & we had a quick chat before I had to get back to work.

It was quiet enough for me to take a break at 1.30pm, so Kate made me a cheese toastie & I chatted for a few minutes before going to sit in her office. She called me through to the kitchen a bit later because the geese were assembling outside with their little babies! She went out to feed them, & then the ducks waddled up with their babies!! It was so cute. I went back to the office & saw the rota pinned up on the wall. Frick - she had me down for tomorrow too. I can't do tomorrow. I hate having to tell people bad news.

I went back to work & waited for Kate to come back in from feeding the birds. I was dreading telling her. Nat said she was working her other job so couldn't cover for me. Grrreat. So I told Kate. She didn't look pleased & told me it meant she wouldn't have a day off all week. I don't mean to be harsh, but that's not exactly my fault. Charles was ill today so she had to cover for him, & I did say that I couldn't work this week. So yeah.

It got quite quiet then, & I started wrapping cutlery, Nat cleaned everything within sight, & Alex went to tidy up in the kitchen (which is probably a good thing because I spent most of the day bickering with him). & then a man came in & asked if I could cope with 20 or 30 for tea. At first I thought he was asking me to break a ?20, & I thought that was weird because of course we could. & then I realised. I waited for Nat's okay before I said we

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Cheap wood picnic tables. Entryway tables and consoles.

Cheap Wood Picnic Tables

cheap wood picnic tables

    picnic tables
  • A picnic table (or sometimes a picnic bench) is a modified table with attached benches, designed for eating a meal outdoors (picnicking).

  • Charging low prices

  • (of prices or other charges) Low

  • (of an item for sale) Low in price; worth more than its cost

  • bum: of very poor quality; flimsy

  • relatively low in price or charging low prices; "it would have been cheap at twice the price"; "inexpensive family restaurants"

  • brassy: tastelessly showy; "a flash car"; "a flashy ring"; "garish colors"; "a gaudy costume"; "loud sport shirts"; "a meretricious yet stylish book"; "tawdry ornaments"

  • Such material when cut and used as timber or fuel

  • the hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees

  • United States film actress (1938-1981)

  • The hard fibrous material that forms the main substance of the trunk or branches of a tree or shrub

  • A golf club with a wooden or other head that is relatively broad from face to back (often with a numeral indicating the degree to which the face is angled to loft the ball)

  • forest: the trees and other plants in a large densely wooded area

Pencils.com purchases

Pencils.com purchases

Review Palomino Blackwing 602
Review Whitelines Perfect Bound Black Pocket Lined Notebook
Review California Republic Palomino Stationers KUM Long Point Automatic Sharpener
Review Cheap Pencil Topper Erasers

A few thoughts about a recent order I received from Pencils.com on a rainy Minnesota day:

For someone like me who is more of a writer than a visual artist, California Republic’s newest offering, the Palomino Blackwing 602 (the “PBW 602”), is a marked improvement over their first homage to the cultish Eberhard Faber Blackwing (the “EFBW”). The reason that the PBW 602 is such an improvement has nothing to do with its dazzling paint job; a sort of semi-metallic grayish blue lacquer with a deep luster that is said to be a dead wringer for the last iteration of the EFBW; or the old-timey slogan, HALF THE PRESSURE, TWICE THE SPEED, stamped onto one of the pencil’s hexagonal edges in gold foil lettering; and the black eraser, which looks nice, but is unfaithful to the original EFBW makes little difference to me. No, what makes the PBW 602 so much better than the first PBW is the harder lead that holds a point for more than two lines of text. The PBW 602 still lays down a smooth dark line, but does so without mandating a re-sharpening every two minutes to keep the ideas flowing.
I’ve been using this pencil at work for the last week or so and have found it a nice little touch of luxury for my very unluxurious office job. In the long and proud tradition of pointless wood case pencil reviews I’ve sharpened up one of California Republic’s original PBW’s and a Faber Castell 9000 5B that I found in my pencil bag. For each pencil I wrote the good old standby typewriter test “The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy sleeping dog.” Next, I shaded a squarish block for each pencil, starting with a fair amount of pressure to produce as dark of a mark as possible and easing off to a faint trace of pencil led. These samples can be seen in the scans of the handwritten draft of this review in my photostream.
After conducting my writing tests, I was struck by what a great smooth writer the original PBW was. I’d forgotten how incredibly smooth that first Palomino Blackwing was. If I did more drawing I’m sure that I’d find a good use for those inky black graphite lines. Even the Eberhard Faber 5B doesn’t match the PBW when it comes to the feel of the PBW’s point sliding across a sheet of cheap paper. But as I mentioned earlier, the point retention of the PBW 602 wins the game for writing prose. If I could have the smoothness of the PBW and the wear time of the PBW602 that would be ideal, but everything is a compromise. Gain a little wear time, lose a little smoothness, it’s a reasonable trade-off.
Along with the PBW 602 California Republic released interchangeable erasers for separate purchase. The idea is that even though the PBW 602 came fitted with that black eraser, one can purchase pink or white erasers for a few extra bucks to ‘hack’ their Blackwings. Since I’m a sucker for all things stationery related I purchased a set of pink erasers to get that authentic vintage Blackwing look, thus maintaining my street cred’ with all of the pencil hipsters out there (as if such a thing actually exists). From a purely aesthetic point of view, the black eraser and white eraser look much better to me than the retro pink eraser. I tested out all of the erasers I had sitting around by shading a big square onto my notebook and running each eraser across the swatch exactly one time. It was a highly scientific process and provided irrefutable evidence of eraser performance.
The California Republic erasers, including the black, white, and pink versions all performed about the same, erasing some of the pencil marks but leaving plenty for additional eraser scrubbing.
The schoolhouse classic, the Papermate Pink Pearl, did about the same amount of erasing as the California Republic pencil top erasers, but since I’m fond of it for nostalgic reasons I’ll just go ahead and proclaim that it blew the PBW erasers out of the water. No competition.
The no-name pointy pencil top eraser compares favorably with the California Republic erasers and is handy because it can be added to pencils that were foolishly manufactured without erasers, such as the Faber Castel 9000’s and most other art-supply pencils. To be honest, I actually prefer pencils without an eraser since my eraser of choice is the Pentel Clic-type affair. Given the choice, I usually purchase the eraser-less version of pencils.
Based on my tests, clearly the Pentel Clic Eraser is the winner when it comes to taking care of mistakes. I’m not sure if this is because the actual eraser is that much better or if it’s just a hair wider and easier to put a bit more pressure on it. Possibly, I’m just exceptionally skilled at wielding a Clic Eraser compared to the other entrants.
After writing out this much of my review long-hand I’ve had a chance to sharpen a few pencils, and

Sunset over Bolinas, Steep Ravine

Sunset over Bolinas, Steep Ravine

Aug 20 - 22, 2010

Located in Mount Tamalpais State Park
801 Panoramic Hwy.
Mill Valley, CA 94941

Helpful hints for travelers:
This is a gorgeous area that offers cabin style camping along with traditional tent camping grounds. Booking a cabin must be done well in advance sometimes up to 6 months but the location is quite worth it. I've stayed at many state parks and camp grounds all up and down the west coast and this ranks up near the top.

The cabin I stayed in was Cabin #8, the San Andreas which in my opinion had the best view. Looking out of the main window you had a clear shot of Stinson Beach and the bay. After you've navigated your way through the main gate and down to the main parking area with your gear, look for the blue wheelbarrows alongside the for-sale wood bin. The wheelbarrows will help you cart your gear down to your cabin site. The wood piles are $5 each and works via the honor system.

Each cabin comes equipped with sleeping platforms to accommodate 4 adults (2 single platforms, 1 double) and 2 children (bunked beds). You'll also find a wood burning stove, which you can cook on top of if you have the patience, a free standing movable bench, trash cans, trash bags, and built-in picnic table. Outside you'll find a small bench near each cabin, and a small grill located in the most wind-friendly spot alongside or behind the cabin.

Helpful items to bring include the following:
Cheap sarongs or fabric to be used as window coverings for privacy. We used 5 to cover all the windows except the window in the main living area that had the view. Along with your sleeping bags, bring bright lanterns, candles, flashlights to find your way back up the steps to the bathrooms after dark (and for use in the bathrooms after dark as there is no electricity.) Matches or other fire starters are helpful if you want to grill and to light fires in your stove. We also brought a small camping stove and 2 small cooking pans.

You are out in nature so don't forget to pack up your food at night. The same handy hooks in the cabin you can use to hang the lanterns can be used to hook food bags or buckets in the evenings. While we didn't hear or see any mice, we found their droppings one morning near the door and saw a few other bugs in the food area. Nothing ever came close to the elevated sleeping areas though.

If you're there in the summer months, bring swimming gear and towels as there's a small beach just 2 minutes down the cliff-side.

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Console tables for sale - Folding table and chairs for kids.

Console Tables For Sale

console tables for sale

    console tables
  • A table supported by ornamented brackets, either movable or fixed against a wall

  • Tables made for fixing against a wall and having no legs at the back. They came into fashion early in the eighteenth century, and were made often in pairs.

    for sale
  • For Sale is a tour EP by Say Anything. It contains 3 songs from …Is a Real Boy and 2 additional b-sides that were left off the album.

  • purchasable: available for purchase; "purchasable goods"; "many houses in the area are for sale"

  • For Sale is the fifth album by German pop band Fool's Garden, released in 2000.



Here is an example of a folksy Del Rosario that is being sold in an antique shop here. it has been there for three years now but nobody is interested because it is termed as "alanganin".

it is folksy and there is something wrong in the iconography. It looks like "our Lady of China" and is suspected to be newly made to look old. the dealer says it came from Capiz.

Gujarati Panel Console

Gujarati Panel Console

A beautiful console table. This piece is currently located within my home, but is for sale. The picture above is from a friend's baby shower hosted at my home. The piece is completely new, made from sheesham wood. The tabletop is a carved panel from Gujarati depicting daily life rituals still ongoing in the villages today.

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