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2023.03.29 11:00 kayenano The Villainess Is An SS+ Rank Adventurer: Chapter 14

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Juliette Contzen is a lazy, good-for-nothing princess. Overshadowed by her siblings, she's left with little to do but nap, read … and occasionally cut the falling raindrops with her sword. Spotted one day by an astonished adventurer, he insists on grading Juliette's swordsmanship, then promptly has a mental breakdown at the result.
Soon after, Juliette is given the news that her kingdom is on the brink of bankruptcy. At threat of being married off, the lazy princess vows to do whatever it takes to maintain her current lifestyle, and taking matters into her own hands, escapes in the middle of the night in order to restore her kingdom's finances.
Tags: Comedy, Adventure, Action, Fantasy, Copious Ohohohohos.

Chapter 14: Yearning For Stars
Rextros the Black Scar was, incredibly, a man noted for his black scar.
It was his symbol as a survivor. And more importantly, as a winner. He may have a scar, but the man he'd last fought had two broken arms and a big enough gap in his front teeth that he now whistled in between speaking.
Over the years, he'd fought with the best of the worst, turning bars inside out and alleys upside down. As a D-rank pugilist, he regularly left a reminder that of all the mean sods to ply their trade in this land, he was the meanest of them all.
And his reward? His own cozy little forest hideout, complete with a gambling table, a drinks bar and semi-loyal goons. It was everything a good little outlaw wanted. Except that he never wanted to be an outlaw in the first place.
He wanted to be a pianist.
“... Damn … !”
Rextros the Black Scar had no wish to lead his own group of bandits. A cold tent in a damp forest? A dirty camp filled with the stench of a dozen guys who didn't bathe, even though there's a river right next to them?
These weren't the dreams of a normal lad growing up on a farm. But he knew that working the land wasn't for him. His hands were made for more than sowing seeds and milking cows.
It was for playing nocturnes beneath the moonlight, his soul reaching out to gently sweep across the keys faster than his fingers did.
However, that dream wasn't to be.
Once he was old enough that he could no longer sneak his way into fancy bars and ply his budding skills on the pianos reserved for the famous, he knew he had to buy his own. It infuriated him that pianos were the playthings of the nobility. He couldn't even walk into a piano workshop before being tossed out. It was a closed circle for the rich and the few. And that lit a fire in his belly.
So what if the fancy lords and ladies couldn't stomach the thought of a mere peasant like him dirtying their favourite pastime? It wasn't them he'd play for.
Rextros the Black Scar would play for the people.
And he'd play a piano he could move with his heart as much as his hands—a St. Liane baby grand in mahogany red, rolled straight out of the Royal St. Liane Workshop in the middle of the royal capital and onto the bustling street outside.
That was the dream.
A dream which had slid further away with each passing day. The crowns he'd earned from his fights were barely worth the silver needed to hire a sister to stitch himself back up afterwards. And all the callouses on his hands were suddenly around his knuckles and not his fingertips.
Then, like a twisted angel summoned from the lowest abyss, that's when she appeared.
“Rextros the Black Scar. What a dreadfully dull name. It's as if you picked it out from a book of villains. Couldn't you have gone for something more original? The Black Etude, perhaps?”
“Hah? You picking a fight? And what's with that get-up? You hard selling for a casino? I don't gamble, so find someone else to fleece.”
“You say that, but isn't every day a gamble with the law to you? Honestly, however are you going to acquire the funds to buy a St. Liane of all things? You couldn't have picked a more expensive thing even if you tried. Greedy much?”
“... Who are you?! How do you know …”
“Hey, hey, hey. Wanna hear about a get rich quick scheme? Super reliable! Everyone's done it! And don't worry, it has nothing to do with gambling. Unless you want to?”
“D-Don't mess with me, woman! Who are you?! Keep away! I'm no fool—”
Rextros clenched his teeth as he recalled the memory.
He was no fool … Except that he was.
“... Damn … it … all! ...”
He crashed his fist down against his small table beneath his tent.
He'd stopped doing that lately. Firstly, he'd gotten used to the idiocy of his underlings. Secondly, it spilled his crowns everywhere and picking them up from the grass was a pain. If he ever wanted to buy that immaculate St. Liane, he'd need every last crown this rotten venture in poor decision making could get him.
So … how did it all go so wrong?
First it was the type of jobs. They'd started easy. Shaking down couriers and breaking into warehouses. Then they got harder. Not because the couriers got wiser or the warehouses tougher.
It was because he'd pieced together what he'd been stealing—and why.
He'd left in the middle of his last job and never looked back. Not because he had no regrets about running. But because he'd feared he'd see the face of that girl in her casino get-up looking right back at him.
The thought sent shivers running down his spine.
But maybe that was just because of the cold.
A forest. A cold, damp forest. This wasn't much better. But it was easier. Merchants used this road. He left the farmers alone. And the trolls. But the merchants? They took extortion as a business expense. And every now and again, a wandering nobleman and his family would come to hunt, forgetting that they were more likely to be found by the death beetles before they found a deer.
Was it kidnapping? Sure. But he was doing them a favour. The ransom reward was his just earnings. And what a reward they always were.
He was close. So close.
One last gig. One last merchant. One last idiot.
He knew this camp wouldn't last. But it didn't need to. He was so close. Then he could abandon this damp lifestyle and these stinking men and play ballades beneath the acoustic roof of the Reitzlake Grand Bridge.
That girl with a huge gob, haughty expression, fine clothes and dark hair without so much as an inkling of dirt on it was his ticket to freedom. That sword alone looked like it could be traded for any piano he wanted. He was even glad the idiots hadn't taken it from her. If they had, he likely would never have seen it.
Now he wished they'd just tried mugging her and suffered the consequences for it. Their dead bodies weren't likely going to reveal where he was.
“B-Boss … what was that? Who was she? Why did we have to give everything over?”
Rextros smashed his fist against the table again. This time, a cloud of dust came up as a crack appeared.
“Shut up! Shut up, all of you! I'm thinking!”
One by one, his underlings looked at each other with differing amounts of confusion and resentment. They didn't understand. They didn't know.
That girl, that ticket to freedom, was a poisoned bait. She'd come with one purpose and one alone. And that was to remind Rextros that so long as he lived, his obligations remained. He knew it. He'd dreamed it.
And now he feared the consequences of his flight.
But what could he do? That girl's message was clear. No matter where he ran, he would never be allowed to wander freely again. Every crown he stole wasn't his to keep. He wanted an out. But how could he? He'd seen too much. Not on purpose. But that didn't matter. He wasn't as blind as the rest.
And that was a problem.
“Boss! What's going on! That was everything! It was our pay, our weapons, you gave it all away! Who was she?!”
A problem like losing the loyalty of his men.
Forget making back his losses. He'd lose his life if they all turned on him. And he knew for a fact that the knives and daggers they carried were still on them, hidden in their boots and their clothes.
As every pair of eyes turned black, Rextros clenched his fist.
There was only one thing he could do. It was … It was dangerous. But it was his only choice. Not just to make it out of here alive. But to escape with it tomorrow, too.
He had to silence that girl.
Before she could reach her mistress, she had to be dealt with.
That way, he'd have time. That casino girl had to only suspect. Otherwise, she'd be here herself. Despite his fears, he knew she wasn't truly omnipotent. More importantly, it'd mean he'd have the money to flee. Even with just the crowns, he'd have enough to survive. More than enough.
He had to deal with that girl … and yet, if she was anything near as strong as that monster ...
He had no choice. Not if he wanted to survive. Even if she matched him as a fighter, he had to deal with her. Then, he'd get out. Lay low. Flee the kingdom. That St. Liane was beyond his reach. But there were others. A Zelronto, perhaps. Lacking in finishing and incomparable with the tonal brilliance of a St. Liane, but bearable nonetheless.
It was time to leave these idiots behind.
But not without using them one last time.
“Shut up! All of you!”
“But Boss—”
“That girl. She was here on behalf of the Adventurer's Guild.”
The looks of rebellion were quickly replaced by panic.
Rextros smiled internally to himself. It was every outlaw's worst nightmare. Those that weren't him, of course.
The Adventurer's Guild weren't like knights or soldiers, who'd make so much noise looking for them that they could pack up and leave without so much as leaving an empty bottle behind.
Adventurers were hunters. Hunters that got paid absolute jack for the work they did. And that meant they did their jobs for reasons other than crowns.
In short, the worst type of people.
“She wanted to cut me a deal. All our gains for a day to leave. Except that won't matter if she's dealt with first. Go get her. Now.”
A few of the men shifted. Most were just confused.
“B-But if she's an adventurer, why didn't we just jump her already?”
“Fool! I was watching the treeline! You guys can't stand sentry even if I peel your eyelids off! I had to make sure there was nobody else! Now you see why I'm the leader and you idiots are not!”
“B-Boss!! Then, then that means ...”
“She's alone. Probably thinks she's stronger than all of us. Some brat that just got promoted to E-rank and thinks they're hot stuff. You know what to do.”
“Yes, Boss!!”
Rextros sighed as the underlings shot off, their hidden daggers being pulled from whatever sorry part of their bodies they hid them in.
It was going to be close. That girl … the sword she had. Only an extremely capable swordswoman would dare wield such a weapon. To be anything less was to invite every rogue within spitting distance to try and steal it from her, alive or dead.
Even so, she was alone. She had to be. The way these people operated demanded it. He had fourteen men under his command. Idiots to the last, but idiots with brawn and no discipline. If they all hurled themselves at her, there was simply no way she would be able to defeat them all.
And if so few made it back that he could claim all the loot for himself, then so be it.
Rextros smiled. Perhaps this wasn't such an unfortunate meeting, after all. He'd been meaning to consider a way to leave his goons in the lurch. If someone could deal with them for him, then all the better.
He simply needed to be ready to make good on his escape.
It was at the exact moment that Rextros the Black Scar thought this that his feet suddenly left the ground.
Letting out a scream, he flailed uselessly at the air as he was suddenly flung against the back of his tent, taking it and also a tree with him as he went hurtling down the mound he'd pitched his makeshift throne on.
An enormous, ear splitting explosion drowned out his scream. Or at least what sounded like an explosion. He couldn't be sure with the entire forest groaning in pain. Leaves, branches and trees bent wildly as though slapped by the force of a thousand hurricanes. And yet Rextros instinctively knew that it could have been worse.
The source of that explosion was further away. And it was not aimed towards him.
If it had, he wouldn't be in a position to feel breathless with shock.
Sweat ran down Rextros's face as he crawled up from the dirt. He was lucky. He'd narrowly missed impacting with the tree that now had its roots torn from the soil. Looking around, all he saw was carnage. Bits of the camp were everywhere. And the forest was groaning even louder than before, as though it now had to right itself after being struck by the hand of a god.
Or perhaps a goddess.
That girl … it couldn't be ...
His entire body shaking, Rextros thought about the idiots he'd sent after her. They'd only just left. They … They were probably okay. Even so, could it possibly be a coincidence that she'd set the entire forest on its knees the moment he'd decided on his treachery?
What … What kind of power was this?
That was not the power of some D-rank punk like him. It was beyond that. The sort of power that only named legends past the point of being human possessed.
Had that girl lived a warrior's life, in solitude, training her swordsmanship on some distant mountaintop to achieve that level of destruction?
Rextros now knew he couldn't stay. Not even if all the copper, silver and gold in the world was made available to him. It was time to flee. Right now. Away from this kingdom, filled with more monsters than anyone as insignificant as him had the right to know.
And then maybe, just maybe.
When enough time had passed—he'd be able to take over the farm, and go back to milking cows and tilling fields.

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Hi all,
My partner and I are planning a west coast USA road trip in August this year. We are 30ish and have never been to the USA before. I am hoping to run this itinerary past some Americans for any feedback or advice as we don't know any here in NZ! Really looking for a sanity check.
Is there anything listed above that sounds off? We would be super grateful if anyone has any advice or suggestions regarding this itinerary. Thanks so much!
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2023.03.29 09:05 profloors Why Choose Acacia Color Theme For Your Kitchen?

Why Choose Acacia Color Theme For Your Kitchen?
Acacia is a warm, earthy color that can add a cozy and inviting feel to a kitchen. Here are some reasons why someone might choose an acacia color theme for their kitchen:
  1. Natural and Timeless Look: Acacia is a natural wood color that can give your kitchen a timeless look that will never go out of style. It is a versatile color that can work well with both traditional and modern kitchen designs.
  2. Complements other Colors: Acacia can complement other colors in your kitchen such as white, black, and gray. It can also be paired with other natural materials such as stone, marble, or granite.
  3. Warms up the Space: Acacia is a warm color that can create a cozy and inviting atmosphere in your kitchen. It can make the space feel more welcoming and comfortable for family and guests.
  4. Adds Texture and Depth: Acacia can add texture and depth to your kitchen by highlighting the natural grain of the wood. This can make your kitchen feel more interesting and visually appealing.
  5. Durable and Easy to Maintain: Acacia is a durable and easy-to-maintain material that can withstand everyday wear and tear. It is resistant to scratches and dents, and it can be easily cleaned with soap and water.
Overall, an acacia color theme can be a great choice for a kitchen because it is a natural, timeless, and versatile color that can add warmth, texture, and depth to the space while being easy to maintain.
If you are thinking of remodeling your kitchen with an acacia theme in Naples and Marco Island, Florida, ProFloors & Cabinets has a wide selection of acacia flooring, cabinets, and countertops. Visit us at 2033 Trade Center Way, Naples, FL 34109, United States or contact us online to talk to our sales representative.

Acacia Flooring In Naples, FL

1. Tesoro – Luxwood Luxury Engineered Planks – Acacia Sunrise

Tesoro's Luxwood LVP is waterproof, with a 100% recycled limestone core and 100% virgin PVC for epic durability! Each plank has a four-sided bevel for a more realistic wood appearance. These planks have an EVA sound barrier pad attached and use Unilin® Click technology for easy installation. They are available in a wide range of colors. These can be put in any room of the house!
  • Size: 7.25 in. W x 48 in. L x 6.5 mm thick
  • Anti-Microbial surface protection
  • Floating floor or glue down floor with 1.5 mm EVA pad attached
  • Stone core composite
  • 20 mil wear layer
  • Finish: 2 layered Ceramic Bead, Aluminum Oxide Finish
  • Floorscore® Certified​ and Formaldehyde Free
  • 24.14 square feet per carton
  • Luxwood Installation Instructions
  • Luxwood Warranty
  • Luxwood Care & Maintenance

2. Alice Springs Acacia Luxury Vinyl Flooring COREtec

The patented COREtec Core Technology in our most affordable collection has significantly redefined luxury vinyl flooring by providing a simpler and more durable alternative to glue down LVT, solid locking LVT, or laminate flooring.
  • Sku: VV022-00801
  • Plank Dimensions: 6″ x 48″ x 6.3 mm
  • Sq. Ft./Carton: 31.73
  • Installation Method: Float,Direct Glue
  • Edge Profile: Micro Bevel
  • Core: Waterproof Foamed Core (WPC)
  • Attached Underlayment: N/A
  • Installation Level: Above, On, Below
  • Residential Warranty: Limited 25 Years
  • Structure Warranty: Limited 5 Year Light Commercial
  • Waterproof Warranty: Limited 5 Year Light Commercial
  • Petproof Warranty: Limited 5 Year Light Commercial
  • Commercial Warranty: Limited 5 Year Light Commercial
  • Environmental Certifications: GreenGuard (Certification, Gold, Private Label) Certified

3. Acacia Engineered Hardwood Allwood

Indicatively Unique & Exotic. The distinct, natural grain pattern of exotic Acacia adds depth and light to any room.
  • Width: 4-3/4” (120mm)
  • RL-Length: 48” (1220mm)
  • Thickness: 9/16” (14mm)
  • Wear(Face) Layer: 5/64” (2mm)
  • Species: Acacia
  • Structure: Engineered Multi-Ply Eucalyptus, End Matched
  • Grade: Character
  • Surface Texture: Hand-Distressed
  • Edge: Pillowed
  • Coating: UV Cured Polyurethane
  • Surface Type: Closed Pores
  • Gloss: ±5 Satin Finish
  • Adhesive: CARB Phase 2 Compliant

4. Afton Hickory Luxury Vinyl Flooring COREtec

With the engineered resilience of COREtec, you can enjoy the natural grown beauty of hardwoods. The hand-formed mineral core protects your floor from moisture, which would otherwise damage it. However, once installed, all that is visible are genuine, natural hardwood patterns. That is the joy and peace of mind that comes with a floor that combines natural beauty with engineered toughness. Nature created it, and COREtec perfected it.


  • DIMENSIONS: 72″ x 7″
  • STYLE: Wood

5. American Walnut Engineered Hardwood Allwood

American black walnut is considered by many to be the domestic exotic. Warm chocolate tones are entwined with light sapwood to create a mysterious and welcoming floor.
  • Width: 5” (127mm)
  • RL-Length: 48” (1220mm)
  • Thickness: 9/16” (14mm)
  • Wear(Face) Layer: 3/16” (3mm)
  • Species: American Walnut
  • Structure: Engineered Multi-Ply Eucalyptus, End Matched
  • Grade: Character
  • Surface Texture: Smooth
  • Edge: Micro-Bevel
  • Coating: UV Cured Polyurethane
  • Surface Type: Closed Pores
  • Gloss: ±5 Satin Finish
  • Adhesive: CARB Phase 2 Compliant

6. Appalachian Pine Luxury Vinyl Flooring COREtec

The big and the beautiful. This collection features 18 beautifully detailed styles with an embossed grain pattern, and an enhanced painted bevel for the look, feel and detail of real hardwood floors.
  • Sku: VV035-00913
  • Plank Dimensions: 9″ x 72″ x 8 mm
  • Sq. Ft./Carton: 26.95
  • Installation Method: Floating, Direct Glue
  • Edge Profile: Enhanced Painted Bevel
  • Core: Waterproof Foamed Core
  • Attached Underlayment: Attached Cork
  • Installation Level: Above, On, Below
  • Residential Warranty: Limited Lifetime
  • Structure Warranty: Limited 10 Year Medium Commercial
  • Waterproof Warranty: Limited 10 Year Medium Commercial
  • Petproof Warranty: Limited 10 Year Medium Commercial
  • Commercial Warranty: Limited 10 Year Medium Commercial
  • Environmental Certifications: GreenGuard (Certification, Gold, Private Label) Certified

7. Asher Oak Luxury Vinyl Flooring COREtec

Enjoy the natural grown beauty of hardwoods with the engineered resilience of COREtec. The hand-formed mineral core gives you protection against exposure to moisture that will damage any other wood floor. Yet, once it's installed, all you see are real, natural hardwood patterns. That's the joy and peace of mind of a floor with natural beauty and engineered toughness. Designed by Nature, Perfected by COREtec.
  • COLOR RANGE: Medium
  • DIMENSIONS: 72″ x 7″
  • STYLE: Wood

8. Barnwood Rustic Pine Luxury Vinyl Flooring COREtec

This collection achieves High Definition status by combining Embossed In Register (E.I.R.) technology with an enhanced painted bevel to create a realistic visual unlike any other LVP or WPC floor on the market today.
  • Sku: VV031-00645
  • Plank Dimensions: 7″ x 72″ x 8.5 mm
  • Sq. Ft./Carton: 21.27
  • Installation Method: Floating, Direct Glue
  • Edge Profile: Enhanced Painted Bevel
  • Core: Waterproof Foamed Core
  • Attached Underlayment: Attached Cork
  • Installation Level: Above, On, Below
  • Residential Warranty: Limited Lifetime
  • Structure Warranty: Limited 10 Year Medium Commercial
  • Waterproof Warranty: Limited 10 Year Medium Commercial
  • Petproof Warranty: Limited 10 Year Medium Commercial
  • Commercial Warranty: Limited 10 Year Medium Commercial
  • Environmental Certifications: GreenGuard (Certification, Gold, Private Label) Certified

Acacia Wood Kitchen Cabinet In Naples, FL

1. Metro Fabuwood

The Metro series is a straightforward cabinet with useful overlay drawers that is both cost-effective and plainly stylish for your classic kitchen. With its beautiful and shrewd design, the Metro cabinet is a great option for multi-unit applications.
Specification: DOOR
  • Traditional overlay with mortise & tenon construction
  • Recessed panel captured into solid birch rails
  • 5-piece recessed panel drawer fronts
  • ⅝” solid birch drawer box
  • Tandem plus Blumotion 7/8 concealed drawer runners
  • ½” select plywood construction
  • ⅝” select plywood adjustable shelves edge-banded in wood veneer natural finish

2. Fusion

Our stained Kona finish, which is a lovely shade of walnut brown, highlights the distinctive wood grain of each cabinet. The Luna series stands out thanks to its sleek finishes, which give it a polished appearance with a modern twist. The collection presents a stunning, timeless minimalistic masterpiece.
  • Full overlay door with mortise and tenon construction
  • Solid wood door frames with ⅝” MDF center panel
  • All Allure door styles come standard with Blum Compact Clip Concealed Hinges and feature Quick-Release Technology with Blumotion Soft-close. Hinges are six-way adjustable and open at 110°. Please note: Lazy Susan, Easy Reach, and Pie Cut cabinets do not feature the soft-close mechanism.
  • 5-piece recessed panel drawer fronts
  • ⅝” solid wood drawer box with dovetail construction
  • Tandem plus Blumotion full extension concealed drawer runners
  • Dovetail construction
  • ½” select solid wood construction
  • ¾” adjustable shelves edge-banded in wood veneer natural finish
The base cabinet has 18” deep shelves

3. Adriatic UltraCraft

Adriatic cabinet doors are part of UltraCraft's Thermofoil cabinet door collection. Thermofoil doors provide a flawless finish with a clean, smooth surface and superior stability while being low-maintenance due to moisture, chip, and stain resistant finishes. They are made by the heat-and-vacuum application of a rigid vinyl to a door form made of medium-density fiberboard (MDF). Our Adriatic door style is available in all Thermofoil finishes and has a matching drawer front.

4. Acrilux Ultracraft

3/4″-thick, slab door and drawer front. The door is edge banded in translucent PVC with an aluminum backer. UltraLux finishes (with the exception of the Linear options) are scratch-resistant.

Kitchen Countertops Shade Of Acacia Color Theme

1. Berkeley™

Berkeley takes its name from a southern English town, and its inspiration from the river that runs through it. Hints of copper and a smattering of bronze swim among a riverbed of sandy tones, creating a pleasing combination of movement and inertia.

2. Hampshire™

Warm and welcoming, Hampshire features a smooth caramel base with shades of mid-tone brown, white swirling veins, and a delicate dusting of gold shimmer.

3. Hamilton™

Murky and mysterious, with glimmers of light. Hamilton, named after the once-medieval village in England's East Midlands, replicates the region's ancient Roman pavements and baths.

4. New Quay™

The rolling movement of New Quay abounds with foggy grays bespeckled with silver and black, much like the quaint dwellings that reside on the slopes above the Welsh seaside resort town of the same name.

5. Canteburry™

Canterbury is a regal design with a refreshingly modern feel, with rich, warm tones of wood, leather, and stone befitting an ancient abbey or country manor in Kent's southeast county.

6. Lanseshaw™

Laneshaw's mysterious sea of brown tones, tan, and black, named after a centuries-old village in northwest England, is a grand statement maker. Subtle white and a veil of gold shimmer add an unexpected touch of glitz.

7. Lincolnshire™

Rustic, yet captivating and refined, the earthen hues of tan, taupe, moss and peat pay a fitting tribute to the bucolic farmlands of Lincolnshire County in northeast England.

6. Lanseshaw™

Copper flecks dust the surface of Bradshaw like the stained glass that graced a 16th century church famous in this part of England. A whirling fusion of taupe, tan, black and shimmering copper elevate this captivating neutral to standout status.
Simplify your white theme kitchen remodeling project with ProFloors & Cabinets' one-stop shop service. From conceptualization to completion, our team of experts will guide you through the entire design and selection process. You will work directly with a personal project manager throughout the entire job to simplify the process. ProFloors & Cabinets is more than just a specialty flooring and cabinet store. In business in Naples since 1998, we are the experts prepared and equipped to help our clients discover the perfect floors, countertops and cabinets to exceed their expectations.
Visit our expansive 6,000 square foot showroom in Naples, FL to shop our wide selection of floors and cabinets.
Call ProFloors & Cabinets at (239) 310-2711 or connect with us online to talk to our sales representative.
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2023.03.29 09:04 gujratpackage Dwarka Somnath tour Package from Rajkot

Dwarka Somnath tour Package from Rajkot
Dwarka and Somnath are two of the most sacred and important pilgrimage sites for Hindus in India. Located in the state of Gujarat, these two cities attract thousands of devotees from all over the world every year. If you are planning to visit these two cities and are looking for a tour package from Rajkot, then you are in the right place. In this article, we will discuss the Dwarka Somnath tour from Rajkot.
Day 1: Rajkot to Dwarka
The tour will begin with your arrival in Rajkot. Our representative will receive you at the airport or railway station and take you to Dwarka. The distance between Rajkot and Dwarka is around 230 km, and it takes about 4-5 hours to reach Dwarka by road. After reaching Dwarka, you will check into your hotel and rest for a while. In the evening, you can visit the Dwarkadhish Temple and attend the evening aarti. The Dwarkadhish Temple is one of the four holy abodes of Lord Krishna and is one of the most important temples in India.
Day 2: Dwarka sightseeing
On the second day of the tour, you will explore the city of Dwarka. After breakfast, you will visit the Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, Gomti Ghat, Bet Dwarka, and Rukmini Devi Temple. The Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas in India, and it is believed to be the first one among them. Bet Dwarka is a small island situated off the coast of Gujarat, and it is believed to be the place where Lord Krishna lived with his family. The Rukmini Devi Temple is dedicated to Rukmini, the wife of Lord Krishna.
Day 3: Dwarka to Somnath
On the third day of the tour, you will leave Dwarka and proceed towards Somnath. The distance between Dwarka and Somnath is around 240 km, and it takes about 5-6 hours to reach Somnath by road. After reaching Somnath, you will check into your hotel and rest for a while. In the evening, you can visit the Somnath Temple and attend the evening aarti. The Somnath Temple is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas in India and is considered to be one of the most sacred temples for Hindus.
Day 4: Somnath sightseeing
On the fourth day of the tour, you will explore the city of Somnath. After breakfast, you will visit the Bhalka Tirth, Triveni Sangam, and the Prabhas Patan Museum. Bhalka Tirth is believed to be the place where Lord Krishna was accidentally shot by an arrow while he was meditating under a peepal tree. The confluence of the three rivers Hiran, Kapila, and Saraswati is known as Triveni Sangam. The Prabhas Patan Museum houses various artifacts related to the history and culture of the region.
Day 5: Departure
On the fifth day of the tour, you will check out from your hotel and proceed towards Rajkot. Our representative will drop you off at the airport or railway station in Rajkot, and you can proceed with your onward journey.
In conclusion, the Dwarka Somnath tour Package from Rajkot is a perfect way to explore the two most important pilgrimage sites for Hindus in India. The tour will take you through some of the most sacred temples and historical sites in the region, giving you a glimpse into.
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2023.03.29 08:46 RustedLegacy Newtownards and Bangor: Attacks on homes linked to drugs feud

There have been further attacks on properties in County Down in a dispute between rival factions of the Ulster Defence Association (UDA).
Detectives said there were petrol bomb attacks on a house in Bangor and a block of flats in Newtownards.
No one was injured in the latest attacks. The police say they are the latest attacks in a row between two drug gangs.
A series of attacks in recent days are believed to be linked.
There has been a large police presence in parts of north Down.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said officers were called at 21:20 BST on Tuesday to a petrol bomb attack on a house in Ballyferris Walk, Bangor.
Officers then received a report of damage being caused to a property in Glenbrook Road in Newtownards.
At least two men threw a brick through the front window and poured petrol onto the driveway, the PSNI said.
At 21:40 there was a petrol bomb attack at a block of flats in Wallace Place in Newtownards.
"These incidents are linked to an ongoing feud between two rival drug gangs and police are following a number of lines of enquiry," said a police spokesperson.
On Monday, police said eight other houses had been attacked since last Wednesday, many of which were occupied.
Officers said those attacks were linked to an ongoing feud between "two rival drug gangs operating under the banner of the Ulster Defence Association in the North Down and Ards areas".
The UDA was formed during the Troubles but began to splinter into criminal gangs once the conflict ended.
2px presentational grey line What is the UDA? The Ulster Defence Association, formed in 1971, had tens of thousands of members at its peak.
It killed hundreds of people during the Troubles in Northern Ireland and often claimed responsibility for sectarian murders using the cover name the Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF).
The UDA remained a legal organisation until it was banned in August 1992.
Notorious attacks by the UFF included the shooting dead of five Catholics at a Belfast bookmakers in 1992 and the Greysteel massacre the following year.
The South East Antrim Ulster Defence Association is a standalone faction of the UDA and was once part of its inner council.
Security sources have previously said that with more than 2,000 members, it is one of Northern Ireland's largest paramilitary gangs.
According to a previous MI5-police intelligence assessment, the South East Antrim UDA"has access to arms and is heavily involved in drugs supply, community coercion, intimidation and other criminality.
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2023.03.29 08:45 TurtlesAreEpic So I FINALLY killed this guy, but...

Black Peter really pissed me off. The first time I ran into the ambush was at night. I died. I reloaded and died about 4 more times. Gave up, rage quit, googled threads on how to beat him. Half the answers suggested cheesing him with stealth, arrows, or poison. Realized I'm too stubborn to resort to such low-honor tactics. Reloaded the game, died another 6 times. Almost punched my laptop off the desk.
Next day, I realized I needed more combat skills. Decided I would purposely run into the rope to keep it real. I leveled up my Axe from 4 to 7 in one practice session. Bernard called me a c-word 40 times. Finally, I felt ready to try again.
Galloped into the rope, Peter comes for his winnings. He doesn't get them. I manage to perfectly dodge his first stab while unarmed. Pull out my shield and axe, the fight is short but sweet. I am on the defensive, retreating all the way to the mill. He hits me a few times, I hit him over the head with my axe like I'm playing whack-a-mole.
Finally, I land a fatal thrust to his face. He crumples to the ground. I have the option of mercy killing him. I hesitate, wondering if he deserves a quick death. Never seen the axe mercy kill animation, so I decide to be honorable and end him. Epic axe chop animation. Loot him down to his knickers. Throw the body in the river, pelt it with a few arrows for good measure.
Feeling like a badass on my way to Sasau. Nothing can stop me now. Riding in the woods for all of 20 seconds when I spot a body laying on the road. I know its probably an ambush, but I assume it will be 2, 3 peasants at most. (Never been ambushed by more than 2 before). Light work. Dismount Pebbles, immediately get gang-banged by a group of 5 or 6 well-armed bandits and a dog. Get smacked around like a ping pong ball, die within seconds. ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥. Rage quit.
I type this out to share my tragic tale of overconfidence. I have a love-hate relationship with this game. It feels so rewarding to improve. But it will humble you fast. At least now I get to kill Peter again.
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2023.03.29 08:22 f1newsbot ‘We were built for racing, unlike Vegas’: COTA boss not concerned by new F1 rivals

Just this past weekend, the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas held one of its biggest events on its annual calendar: the NASCAR Cup Series.
After a decade of the US Grand Prix at COTA – interrupted only by Covid – Formula 1 appears to have finally found a solid footing in America. Rather than fizzle out like so many other attempts to establish a US race over the decades, attendance at COTA has grown over recent years to the point where it now boasts the largest crowd of the season in terms of total attendance over the race weekend.
F1’s arrival at COTA in 2012 ended its five-year absence from the USA. Now it is one of three American rounds on the 2023 F1 calendar. The introduction of the Miami Grand Prix last year and the much-hyped addition of the Las Vegas Grand Prix near the end of this season means there is effectively a race in the east, west and centre of world’s wealthiest nation.
But COTA chairman Bobby Epstein is confident the popularity of the Texan race will not be diminished by the recent emergence of two rivals in the same country, as F1’s popularity enjoys a boom period in America.
Epstein admits that when he first got involved with the sport over 10 years ago: “I can’t say I was an avid, diehard F1 fan.”
“Because it was very hard to follow the sport in the US until more recently,” he told the Black Book Motorsport Forum. “Austin was a fast-growing city and I had this piece of property – my only real estate investment actually – and the idea came up about the possibility of bringing Formula 1 to Austin.
“I really thought this was a great opportunity to do something for the communities where we live, as well as something that we could make a profit on and we’d have some fun with, and would make a big difference.”
“The more we talked about and thought about it, we really looked at this as an opportunity to build a world-class entertainment destination, and with F1 as the cornerstone gives us a wonderful brand to start with,” he says. “It brought crowds right away. Our goal for the campus is to make this a place where people want to come and have fun and build memories with friends and family. F1 is one part of that overall picture.”
The United States Grand Prix may have secured record attendances over the last two seasons, but Epstein is under no illusions that the sport is cresting a large ‘Drive to Survive’ wave, growing very popular with casual fans as well as hardcore motorsport fanatics. He says all major motorsport series – be it F1, IndyCar NASCAR or otherwise – need to find ways of trying to hold onto those more casual race-goers.
“In IndyCar, when we’re in Indianapolis, one week you have a quarter-of-a-million people,” he explains. “You take the exact same product, put it in a different but similar venue, but a different location, and you see that attendance is ten or 15% of what it might have been, or less, sometimes. That tells you that’s where the difference is between a ‘diehard fan’ and the ‘event fan’.
“It’s not that we don’t offer the best experience for the diehard motorsports fan. But as is the case in any sport, you’re going to have to appeal to what I call the ‘second tier’ below the diehard fan – it’s not their hobby, it’s not their passion.
“We’re absolutely living, breathing, diehard fans of motorsport. But those sports aren’t going to survive on our interest alone. It’s going to have to be a step down of interest to the casual fan, who is also a fan of an event, and want to be a part it.”
He believes COTA has certain features which particularly appeal to dedicated fans who know what makes a good motor racing venue to spectate at. “If you’re a diehard motorsports fan, you’ll notice if you come to COTA and you’ll hopefully go away and say ‘that was the best sight line, that was the best view, I saw some action’.
“Because of the hills, you can see five or six turns from a general admission seat, and you can see seven or eight or nine from the reserved seats. That’s unusual, and the diehard fan will recognise that as unusual. The casual fan will just accept it, but they will notice.”
However Epstein is firm in his conviction that motorsport promoters cannot ignore the casual end of the market. “We have to recognise that the percentage of people that are the diehard fans is not enough to sustain the sport alone.
“For any of the motorsport events, the sport itself might survive on TV, but we have to talk about what’s the future, not just in motorsport. What’s the future of motorsport venues, and the sports themselves? I hope we’ve done a good job of utilising that.”
When it comes to the addition of two other American races on the calendar, Epstein believes there is room for Miami and Las Vegas to coexist with COTA, as the US Grand Prix offers a different kind of race experience to the other two.
“Sometimes competition is good,” he says. “So as long as there’s enough fans, we can have a lot more.
“But I think our goal is to always be unique and stand out and give the focus on the fans and just do the best we can. I do think for the ticket-buying fan base, we have to be careful and make sure there’s enough fans in the US to buy tickets to sustain it as a venue.
“We have advantages over others, so I welcome the competition from that standpoint. I do think the fans that choose to be repeat visitors will choose to come to COTA because we have an advantage.
“We were built for racing. The strip in Vegas was not necessarily built for racing, but it’s a fun place. It’s an international world-class destination.
“It’s going to make great TV. I don’t know how long people go back and buy tickets for it.”
While Italy and Germany once regularly held two races per year, it’s rare to see as many as three in a single country. “They’re obviously competitors,” Epstein concedes, but “I think we have an advantage.”
“There’s a difference, all three events right now are so uniquely different that they [can] all survive.”
One striking difference between the new Las Vegas Grand Prix and the COTA round which will take place a month before it is on the undercard. While no support races will take place at Vegas, COTA featured Formula 4 and the W Series last year.
Epstein admits Las Vegas may prove an interesting case study of how much other racing fans actually want on a grand prix weekend. “You have to look at the type of support races sometimes,” he explains, “But the fans are going to answer that question.
He admits some races failed to draw the attention of fans last year. “We saw W Series really struggle as a support race. The fans didn’t go to the seats, and they didn’t really watch it enough.
“So maybe that tells me that they’re not as important. I think we’ll find out. I hope they’re important, because it’s one of the factors that differentiates us with Las Vegas not going for.
“We think the fans want a lot of value for their investment and I think they want more content. We’ve got 30 hours of ‘programming’. If we find out that all people needed was two hours, we waste a whole lot of effort and a whole lot of money.
“I like to think that they want more content. Whether it’s support races they want or they want a music concert, we got both. But I’m not sure.”
The world championship has a long history in the United States from the early days when the Indianapolis 500 was a points-paying round to dedicated road courses, the rise of street races and temporary return to Indianapolis before Austin arrived. But while the race has drifted between being on and off the calendar over the decades, it seems that the race has finally found a permanent home.
“I think it’s sustainable,” he insists.
“Let’s say we do believe the Netflix effect is real, and that it’s been tremendous, and say what are the components of that? One is the danger and excitement. That’s not going to change. I think Survivor has been on TV 20-plus years – that has that thrill effect to it. And then I think The Bachelor – that has sort of the heartthrob, romance sex-appeal. That’s what you got in F1. So the outlook from the Netflix effect standpoint should be really strong, and it’ll continue for a long time.
“Then I’d ask ‘what about the events?’. Not just the sport, but what’s the sustainability of the events and why do people go? Because that’s what we focus on. Are we going to be here five, ten, 15 years from now? One of the hardest things to buy – what you can’t buy – is tradition.
“You look at some sporting events and ask why are they still around? Indianapolis 500. Why does it draw so many people, or the Kentucky Derby? Or some of these events that were around before TV? People had to go to experience them, and it became a tradition. It becomes a family tradition. And once you have tradition, that’s it.”
Epstein says COTA’s race has already become a traditional fixture for many who attend. “One thing COTA had, because it had a head start on the other events that are taking place in the US, is we have found now that there’s a tradition to families coming back. We see it in our repeat visitors.
“So I think we’ll sustain because we’ve created an atmosphere that people want to come back to. And then for the sports themselves, I think what they offer, and with the Netflix-type connection, the future should be good.”
Source: https://www.racefans.net/2023/03/29/we-were-built-for-racing-unlike-vegas-cota-boss-not-concerned-by-new-f1-rivals/
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2023.03.29 08:18 spinningjoy GPS Insanity: Does anyone else’s GPS do this? Make you drive past the street just to make U-turn and come back so you’re not turning through an intersection?

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2023.03.29 08:08 NeutronicTachyon Creating entirely new fictional countries using chat GPT.

Creating entirely new fictional countries using chat GPT.

Kodiak Flag
Kodiak is a small but prosperous country located in southern Alaska. It was once a part of the Russian Empire but has been an independent nation for over a century. The country has a population of around 500,000 people, with the majority of the population living in the capital city of Kodiak.
Kodiak's economy is mainly driven by mining and fishing. The country is blessed with abundant natural resources, including gold, copper, and seafood, which has made it a prosperous nation. Kodiak is also a major exporter of these resources to other countries, which has further boosted its economy.
The country's flag reflects its strong cultural ties to America and Canada, with a red, white, and blue color scheme and a maple leaf in the center. The flag also features a bear, which is a nod to the Kodiak bear, a species that is native to the region and revered by the people.
The landscape of Kodiak is rugged and beautiful, with snow-capped mountains, dense forests, and pristine lakes and rivers. The climate is cold and harsh, with long winters and short summers, but the people of Kodiak have adapted to the harsh conditions and built a thriving community.
Although Russians were once the dominant ethnic group in Kodiak, they are now a small minority, and the country's demographics have been largely shaped by the Kodiak gold rush of the early 20th century, which brought in large numbers of Americans and Canadians.
Kodiak is known for its rich cultural heritage, with traditional music, dance, and art being popular among the people. The country is also famous for its delicious seafood cuisine, including salmon, halibut, and crab.
Despite its small size, Kodiak is a proud and independent nation, with a population that is dedicated to preserving its unique cultural heritage while embracing the opportunities of the modern world. The country is a shining example of how a small nation can thrive and prosper in the global economy.

Transczechia Flag
Transczechia is a landlocked country located in Eastern Europe, bordering Russia to the east, Poland to the north, Slovakia to the west, and Ukraine to the south. The country has a population of around 10 million people, with the majority of the population residing in the capital city of Praha.
The country was once a part of the former Soviet block, and the legacy of that era can still be seen in its political and economic systems. Despite having a rich history and culture, Transczechia has been struggling with economic hardship and political corruption, which has hindered its progress in recent years.
The country's flag feature a red star, symbolizing its strong cultural ties to the former Soviet Union, along with a blue and white background that reflects the influence of the Czechian population. The blue and white colors also represent the country's aspirations for a brighter future and a prosperous economy.
The country's landscape is diverse, with rugged mountains, rolling hills, and fertile plains. The climate is continental, with cold winters and warm summers, making it an ideal destination for winter sports enthusiasts.
Transczechia is known for its rich cultural heritage, with traditional folk music, dance, and art being popular among the people. The country is also famous for its hearty cuisine, which includes dishes such as goulash, schnitzel, and dumplings.
Despite its challenges, Transczechia is a resilient country, with a population that is determined to overcome the obstacles and create a better future for themselves and their children. The country is slowly but surely moving towards a more democratic and transparent political system, and the government is working hard to attract foreign investment and promote economic growth.

Brasilia Flag (Same as City Flag)
Brasilia is a tiny, but bustling city-state located in South America. It was designed to be the capital of Brazil, but due to unforeseen circumstances, the city-state became independent in the early 1970s.
The city-state is unique in that it was designed by the renowned urban planner, Lucio Costa. In the 1960s, the city was planned to be the new capital of Brazil and was to be a model of modern urban planning. However, after its creation, Brasilia faced many challenges, including isolation and a lack of representation from major political and economic hubs. The city was struggling to function effectively within the larger framework of Brazil's politics and economy.
As a result, the leaders of Brasilia decided to declare independence from Brazil in the 1970s. In addition, city kept its city flag design. This allowed the city-state to have more control over its own affairs and to run more efficiently. Over the years, Brasilia has become a thriving metropolis, with a population of over 10 million people.
The city-state is known for its unique culture, which blends elements of Brazilian and other South American cultures. The people of Brasilia are proud of their independence and the thriving economy that they have built. The city-state's economy is based on a variety of industries, including technology, finance, and tourism.
Brasilia's skyline is dominated by modern architecture, with sleek skyscrapers and innovative designs. The city-state is also home to several iconic landmarks, including the Brasilia Cathedral and the National Congress of Brazil.
Despite its independence, Brasilia has maintained strong ties to Brazil and other South American nations. The city-state is a hub of culture, commerce, and innovation, and it continues to be a shining example of how urban planning can shape the destiny of a nation.
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2023.03.29 08:03 Dreamlander1890 Dreamland: A New Lovecraftian (and Dunsanian) Tabletop RPG

Dreamland: A New Lovecraftian (and Dunsanian) Tabletop RPG
Hi everyone!! Pardon the spam but I thought this might be of interest to the group... awhile back I drew a graphic novel adaptation of "The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath" and for some time now, I've been writing & illustrating a new roleplaying game based on Lovecraft and Dunsany's Dreamlands. I've released the core Dreamland RPG rules (Beta version) as a 48-page Quickstart Rules PDF, available here, and I'd love feedback from readers and testers.
In Dreamland, you play a dreamer, one of the vanishingly few people with a double life in Dreamland, a fairytale world outside of time. In Dreamland, you go on adventures and travel to marvelous lands, on perilous roads through deserts and jungles, to the lairs of strange peoples, beasts, and dragons...or perhaps even further than this, east of the sun and west of the moon. But your dream self does not remember all of your waking life, or vice versa. Only a few Memories of your waking life remain, and these Memories are your lifeline between the real world and Dreamland. Lose all your Memories and you will be forever lost in Dreamland, leaving your waking-world body behind...

The Quickstart PDF contains:
* all the rules needed to play the game, including challenges, skills, creating marvels, curing Impairments, waking up, death (permanent and temporary), Dream Shock and more
* character creation, including 24 Roles
* become an initiate into the art of dreaming with character advancement from Levels 0 to 2
* DMing Tips & a list of Dreamland movies, books & children’s books
* 15 special Beast Roles for Transformed dreamers
* 2 pages of glossary including useful terms like Abhumans, Fairies, Dead Dreamers & more
* 14 illustrations
* an illustrated 3-page character sheet!

I also have a playtest adventure, "The Paradise of the Unchanging" (30p.), which contains the adventure, a map of Lispasia, wilderness rules, and a mini-bestiary of monsters.
I'm still working on plans for an actual publication of the game, so in the meantime -- I'd love your feedback! Please take a look, write about it, and try it out! And I'd be happy to answer any questions about my own take on the Dreamlands and about the game.
Many thanks,
Jason Bradley Thompson

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2023.03.29 07:51 Cool_Cartographer_93 13 days' Itinerary check - Osaka/Kyoto/Tokyo (May 2023)

Hi fellow Japanophiles! Heading for my 1st ever trip to Japan from 10 to 22 May, landing in KIX in Osaka and leaving from NRT in Tokyo. Would appreciate if anyone has any constructive comments in terms of feasibility, logistics, variety, interesting areas that I shldn't hv missed out, or places I had included that shldn't hv been bothered with at all.
Total pax: 3 (brother & I both in our early 20s, and middle-aged mother)
Naturally, also interested in getting some shopping done and hopefully a few quintessentially Japanese souvenirs (any reccs? :P)

Days 1-5: Osaka-based (Osaka, Himeji, Nara; 2.5:1:1)

D1 (10 May, Wed): Arrival in Osaka (2pm at KIX) (from SG, so no big worries re jetlag)
D2 (11 May, Thurs): Osaka Amazing Pass, 1 of 2
D3 (12 May, Fri): Osaka Amazing Pass, 2 of 2
D4 (13 May, Sat): Himeji Day Trip; Kansai Area Pass, 1 of 3
D5 (14 May, Sun): Nara Day Trip; Kansai Area pass, 2 of 3

Days 6-9: Kyoto

D6 (15 May, Mon): Kyoto (West + North); Kansai Area Pass, 3 of 3
D7 (16 May, Tue): Kyoto (East); using top-up card, no passes
D8 (17 May, Wed): Kyoto (South); might get a day pass
D9 (18 May, Thurs): Kyoto (Central)

Days 10-13: Tokyo

D10 (19 May, Fri): Tokyo (West)
D11 (20 May, Sat): Tokyo (East)
D12 (21 May, Sun): Tokyo (Shinjuku/Imperial Palace)
D13 (22 May, Mon):
P.s. Lockers at train stations will be utilised after checking out to store luggage.
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2023.03.29 07:23 DaddieModi Upper caste man killed for marrying Dalit girl. No Dalit wants to marry their daughters outside the caste.

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2023.03.29 07:17 SatyaAryan Upper caste man killed for marrying Dalit girl. No Dalit wants to marry their daughters outside the caste.

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2023.03.29 07:16 SatyaAryan Upper caste man killed for marrying Dalit girl. No Dalit wants to marry their daughters outside the caste.

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2023.03.29 07:16 ScholarNeonBot Upper caste man killed for marrying Dalit girl. No Dalit wants to marry their daughters outside the caste.

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2023.03.29 07:16 SatyaAryan Upper caste man killed for marrying Dalit girl. No Dalit wants to marry their daughters outside the caste.

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2023.03.29 06:52 Accomplished_Shape34 CMC Open Mic Night at Moosejaw on Grand River!

CMC Open Mic Night at Moosejaw on Grand River!
If you’d like to perform or watch live music please come! More information provided by the QR code
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2023.03.29 06:41 blackkittymeowmeowww How to convince my boyfriend to go camping

So I love camping and the outdoors. I’ve never backpacked before (still on my list) but I’ve always camped many times throughout the year. I lived in the redwoods for 8 years and loved camping, especially every year on my birthday. It is my favorite thing to do and gives me so much peace. A year ago my friend became homeless and I gave her my entire camping setup. I then came down with health issues and stopped working so haven’t gotten new gear since. I haven’t camped in so long and it makes me sad. It’s good for my soul. I have a new boyfriend, we’ve been together 6 months and he’s never been camping before. I just moved to PA and I really want to explore some great places to hike and camp. He likes hiking. But he thinks camping is sketchy and not safe. He said the only way he would go camping is with a gun. He doesn’t have a gun. I’d rather not have him have a gun but I guess he might do it if I urge him to so we can go camping. I’d only feel comfortable if he did a lot of gun training and safety classes. When I was living in Humboldt County redwoods, I would plan camping trips deep into the back country and spend my day hiking miles in very remote areas and sleep sometimes in primitive campgrounds with no one around. Idk if he would be into that and definitely not without a gun. Has anyone had a partner and introduced them to camping? How can I convince him that it’s safe if you are prepared? We go to the city and his family is from a very bad area and honestly I think that’s more dangerous at times than being in the wilderness. Side note, any tips on East Coast or PA camping spots? I’m going to start collecting gear bc I really want to camp somewhere along a river this summer for my birthday. And I want him to come with. And ultimately fall in love with sleeping in a tent.
***edit: this post and comments have inspired me. I’m not okay with him getting a gun and I will tell him that. I don’t feel comfortable having one around. Camping is huge for my mental health, self confidence and well-being. I’m going to start collecting gear and plan to do a solo trip with my dog in the spring. He can join or not. I hope he does bc he loves nature. I hope he falls in love with it like I think he will.
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