What  with all the new gym memberships, diets, raw vegetables, Rubbermaid totes for organizing, tax returns, file purging. I must say, for such a busy reorganizing month, you offer  little in the way of excitement. This entry was posted in Life as a Levittown Mom and tagged air conditioning, files, holidays, HVAC, january, levittown, Levittown Mom, new year, new year's resolutions, oil delivery, organizing, pa, rubbermaid, snow day, taxes. ARE YOU IN THE KNOW?Subscribe to our feedburner feed and we will deliver our articles to your inbox!
This marvellous photography is presented in the "Nature" category with the resolution of 1920 x 1080. The entire trail was facing the beauty of the mountain and it was the perfect backdrop for a picture.
Because of the perfect weather and holiday, the place was packed with families enjoying their holiday and sledding with the kids. The trail had a lower part and then up on the ridge in the tree line for whichever you picked. Michael ran up and down the side of a hill, I was a party-pooper and stayed on the trail for the most part.
The trail goes along side the river, which was mostly hidden but had some sections where you could see the fairly fast-moving water. We trekked along the trail at the base and then turned a corner and went up on the small ridge. Unfortunately, it seemed that everyone else on the mountain had decided to leave at the same time, too, and the one lane road down the mountain was a parking lot. Taking 35 dumped us out in Hood River and we decided to stop at Double Mountain Brewery for dinner. I ate two slices and we hung out for a little while to relax before driving back to Portland.
I like your goal of limiting alcohol intake – I think I get carried away with the wine some days! I’m so glad your knee felt good, both for your sake and for the selfish reason that I want to see more photos like these from you! Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Welcome to the first of our end of month updates – keeping you informed of all the latest news from Verner Wheelock Associates. We delivered a range of in-house food safety, HACCP, and auditing training for clients across England and Scotland, including the Meat Managers Hygiene and HACCP training for several butchers through the SFMTA – with two more courses in Scotland planned for February. January has been quite an international month for us here at VWA with enquiries and bookings from as far afield as Nigeria, Cameroon and the Falkland Isles!
Our Auditing Skills course on 30-31st January was fully subscribed and it was a welcome return to our favourite venue, the Tempest Arms. Due to popualar demand for our training courses we are still looking for experienced HACCP and Food Safety trainers to work with us on a freelance basis. Ideally we are looking for experienced trainers, but we would also be interested in talking to those who are currently working within the food industry and are looking to make a career change to become a trainer. I was usually pretty successful in my goals and accomplished (most of) what I set out to do each month.
Focus on positive emotional health: thinking positive, ignoring negativity, and work on being HAPPY!
I would really love to be able to snowshoe a lot in January and February and I hope my knees allow that. Limiting the liquid calories is a pretty easy thing for me to do and I think it will help the weight loss goal as well!
Michael and I headed up to the mountain on New Year’s Day to go snowshoeing for the first time of the season. I was much more concerned with having a successful snowshoe hike with zero pain and I didn’t want to tempt the gods. Because the entire valley was covered in a thick, mostly undisturbed snow mound, it was hard to tell where the river actually flowed.
The sun was starting to dip behind the trees and neither of us wanted to be on the mountain in the dark. About half a mile from the trailhead my hip started to hurt but thankfully neither of my knees gave me any trouble on the trip. I got the Hop Lava IPA (it was dang tasty) and we ordered the pizza with capicola and Mama Lil’s hot peppers. This included consultancy on product specifications for a leading supplier of fresh and dry ingredients to the food service industry, and HACCP consultancy for a sports supplement manufacturer.

The HACCP training included a Level 4 course for a leading dairy food company, as well as Level 3 and 4 courses here in Skipton. Also congratulations are in order for VWA staff members Carole Dickason and Jason Kearton who attended the recent Level 3 Award in HACCP for Food manufacturing  and passed with flying colours! If you are looking for the other photos like this you have an opportunity to find unique keywords: january. I think the biggest component of that success was choosing goals that were realistic and attainable. While that was (mostly) fun, it was also a lot of pressure to have a huge list of things to accomplish in a year. I mistakenly put on way too many layers and about 5 minutes in I had to take off the gloves and jacket. There wasn’t anything too strenuous about the hike, there were tons of people there in case anything happened, and it was beautiful! Please find time for voting for the "January" on the current page chosen from 1 to 5 stars rating. The drive down from Government Camp is a scary one in the dark and neither of us wanted to sit in traffic for hours.
I’m hoping that since we didn’t see ambulance or police or lots of remnants on the accident that everyone involved was okay! I do better when I have a short time limit so I can always have the countdown and can tell myself the end is soon – the open ending goals (loose x pounds) I almost always never make. What I read about White River was that it was a popular place for sledding, but if you kept going it wasn’t that crowded.
Driving the other way was 39 miles out of the way, but neither of us had ever gone that way before so it was a nice change.

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