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    carpet cleaning
  • (carpet cleaner) foam or liquid soap used on rugs and carpets

  • Carpet cleaning, for beautification, and the removal of stains, dirt, grit, sand, and allergens can be achieved by several methods, both traditional and modern.





    north bay
  • The North Bay is a subregion of the San Francisco Bay Area, in California, United States. The largest city is Santa Rosa. It is by far the least populous and least urbanized part of the Bay Area. It consists of Marin, Sonoma, Napa, and Solano counties.

  • North Bay is the name of multiple places in the world: *North Bay, Ontario, a city in Ontario, Canada *North Bay Village, Florida, a city in Miami-Dade County, Florida *North Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community in Door County, Wisconsin *North Bay, Wisconsin, a village in

  • Also known as Marin County, the richest per-capita county in America, or "utter shit". The North Bay is the only part of the Bay Area with no BART, primarily because they care more about property values and keeping out "undesirable influences" than the integrity of the community.











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North Bay Farmers Markets Cookbook


North Bay Farmers Markets Cookbook



North Bay farmers and ranchers share their favorite recipes: Russ Sartori-Sartori Strawberries; Kenny Ausubel & Nina Simons-Bioneers; Dennis & Sandy Dierks-Paradise Valley Produce; Kevin Lunny-Drakes Bay Family Farms; David Little-Little Organic Farm; Ed Pearson-Woodside Farms; Anna & Andrew Brait-Fully Belly Farm; Jim Eldon-Fiddler's Green Farm; Patty Karlin-Bodega Goat Ranch; Mike & Sally Gale-Chileno Valley Ranch; Bob & Dean Giacomini-Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Compan; Albert Straus-Straus Family Creamery; David Evans-Marin Sun Farms; Larry Tristano-Triple-T Farms; Sunny & Sam Shin-Solano Mushrooms; Shelley Arrowsmith-Arrowsmith Farms; Sue Conley & Peggy Smith-Cow Girl Creamery.

Brigitte Moran is director of the Marin Farmers' Market Association and director of the Marin Agricultural Institute. She lives in San Rafael, California.

Fresh recipes and stories from Marin County's farmers and ranchers










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Dave Buck Ford.




Dave Buck Ford.





This was the show room of Dave Buck Ford in North Van. I think, by some newspapers, it's been closed fro two years. The place is gutted. There were signs of enviromental clean up; warning tape (like POLICE LINE DO NOT CROSS), and notes marked on walls that defined the types of asbestos to be removed.

In another area, just inside a bay door, was a homless person's home. A pallet with a piece of plywood on it with some scrap carpet folded up to make a bed. some milk crates for storage, a 10 gallon water jug, a small bag of clothes and a chair. There was a fresh banana, so I understood whoever lived there would be back. I left about 9 dollars on the bed. Thought it would be a nice thing for a homeless person to come home to.











Pinnacle Rock North Bay




Pinnacle Rock North Bay





This was an aperitif of the view of Pinnacle Rock from almost see level, before we walk up 393 steps to the tip of the mountain to view the full view that I posted few days ago!!! Breathtaking!!! 45 minutes to an hour climb!!! Gorgeous!! and my favorite word SMASHING!!! The water was so clean and beautifully clear that you could see thru it the rocks and some very little vegetation!! The day was perfect to visit this island (Islanda San Bartolome!!)!!!!

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The Cypress Landing Shipwreck of Chocowinity Bay: A North Carolina Sail Flat (Maritime Heritage Minnesota Titles)






The Cypress Landing Shipwreck lies near the south shore of Chocowinity Bay at the Cypress Landing Marina. The wreck was discovered in the Spring of 1994 during the construction of the large marina that would service Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Company’s Cypress Landing housing development. During operations to clear the bay’s bottom of debris, the wreck’s rudder was wrenched from the vessel. Initially investigated by the NCUAU, the site was documented by staff and students of the Maritime History and Nautical Archaeology Program of East Carolina University. In May and June 1995, a group of graduate student crew chiefs and field school students spent a few weeks dredging approximately 100 years of fill from 1/2 of the shipwreck’s hull and documented her construction attributes. To the surprise of all, while attempting to determine the length of the vessel by locating her bow, it was discovered that the Cypress Landing Shipwreck had no pointy end.

The vessel having no pointy end meant that the wreck has a transom (square) bow. That fact, along with the evidence that the boat’s two mast steps rake aft, qualify the wreck as a previously undocumented vessel type in North Carolina: a scow schooner. Like other schooner wrecks in the state, the Cypress Landing Shipwreck has a centerboard trunk and centerboard that are offset to starboard. The wreck measures 73.00 feet long and 14.00 feet in the beam with a 2.31-foot depth of hold, indicating she is narrow compared to her length with a very shallow draft.

This book includes a comprehensive look at similarly-constructed vessels in North Carolina and around the United States, probable historical scow schooner travel routes, detailed descriptions and drawings of the artifacts excavated, color and black and white photographs of the excavation area during the project, and the site plan of the port side of the Cypress Landing Shipwreck.

The Cypress Landing Shipwreck lies near the south shore of Chocowinity Bay at the Cypress Landing Marina. The wreck was discovered in the Spring of 1994 during the construction of the large marina that would service Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Company’s Cypress Landing housing development. During operations to clear the bay’s bottom of debris, the wreck’s rudder was wrenched from the vessel. Initially investigated by the NCUAU, the site was documented by staff and students of the Maritime History and Nautical Archaeology Program of East Carolina University. In May and June 1995, a group of graduate student crew chiefs and field school students spent a few weeks dredging approximately 100 years of fill from 1/2 of the shipwreck’s hull and documented her construction attributes. To the surprise of all, while attempting to determine the length of the vessel by locating her bow, it was discovered that the Cypress Landing Shipwreck had no pointy end.

The vessel having no pointy end meant that the wreck has a transom (square) bow. That fact, along with the evidence that the boat’s two mast steps rake aft, qualify the wreck as a previously undocumented vessel type in North Carolina: a scow schooner. Like other schooner wrecks in the state, the Cypress Landing Shipwreck has a centerboard trunk and centerboard that are offset to starboard. The wreck measures 73.00 feet long and 14.00 feet in the beam with a 2.31-foot depth of hold, indicating she is narrow compared to her length with a very shallow draft.

This book includes a comprehensive look at similarly-constructed vessels in North Carolina and around the United States, probable historical scow schooner travel routes, detailed descriptions and drawings of the artifacts excavated, color and black and white photographs of the excavation area during the project, and the site plan of the port side of the Cypress Landing Shipwreck.










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