I love the idea of PostAvatar, because I have a ton of LJ icons I'd like to be able to use on my WP blog. But for some rsaeon, my icons always appear centered in the top of my post the icon doesn't float left and allow the text to wrap, which is what I want it to do. Is this normal? I'm not really all that fantastic with CSS, so I have no idea how to make it float and wrap. If you have any ideas, that would be fantastic. Thanks!
|May 30, 1967|
|October 1, 1971|
|Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830|
|Latitude — 28.4179955|
|Longitude — -81.5834100|
The Jungle Cruise had its beginnings in Disneyland where it was inspired by the film 'The African Queen'. Walt's original plan for the California park's ride would have included real animals but he had problems finding ways to control them. Animals have a tendency to do what they want, and not 'act'.
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The Amazon, Congo, Nile and Mekong rivers are the main rivers which you travel down. The boats take their names from these rivers and other silly names. Most of them were redesigned in 1998 to give them a more aged look. The Imagineer's did not want the boats to look clean, but rather grungy and well used. The boats names are Amazon Annie, Bomokandi Bertha, Congo Connie, Ganges Gertie, Irrawaddy Irma , Kwango Kate, Mongolia Millie, Nile Nelly, Orinoco Ida, Rutshuru Ruby, Sankuru Sadie, Senegal Sal, Ucyali Lolly, Volta Val, Wamba Wanda, and Zambesi Zelda.
A recent Boat/US Magazine ariclte reported that 70% of boat sales were sales of used boats. It's no wonder that used boat reviews are popular boating magazine features. With new boat prices in the six figure range, most of us will be looking at used boats for our first or next purchase. The Best Used Boat Notebook is a compilation of 50 used boat reviews written by John Kretschmer and originally published in Sailing magazine. Kretschmer is a noted and frequently published bluewater sailor with over 250,000 miles in his wake. His reviews cover boats of all sizes, from the 19 foot West Wight Potter to a 52 foot Irwin. Reviews are grouped in two parts, Forty Great Used Boats and Ten Great New Boats to Sail Around the World. Kretschmer's reviews follow a standard format, one often used in boat surveys. Beginning with his first impressions, he moves on to construction and what to look for. He finishes with conclusion and discussion of the boat's value on the market and a value guide, in which he rates different aspects of the boat using a five-boat rating system. Ketschmer's reviews are thorough and often include information directly from current and past owners of the model being reviewed. By virtue of reviewing used boats, he is relieved of any pressure to soft sell a boat's weaknesses, improving his credibility. Of obvious value to a sailor in the boat market, the Used Boat Notebook offers great value to those simply interested in sailboats. Embedded in Kretschmer's reviews is a history of the modern boat building industry. His reviews include information on the design history, construction history, and boat builder's history. Comparing the reviews of similarly sized boats is a tutorial in boat design considerations, purposes, and construction. Kretschmer provides a wealth of information to mine. A worthwhile addition to a library, the value of The Best Used Boat Notebook could be enhanced with a couple of modifications. First, the reviews span ten years, from 1996 to 2006 but the reviews are undated. If you are in the market, knowing the age of the review would be helpful. A boat that was holding up well in 1996, might not be fairing as well 12 years later. Closely related to this date issue are the listed prices, we don't know if these were the prices at the time the review was originally published or were they updated at the time of the book's publication. It would be a short afternoon's task to compile more current market information and identify it as such. Tracking price history over the course of several years would be a good indication of a boat's value. Written with clarity and authority The Best Used Boat Notebook lives up to its name. Dave Lochner NauticalReads
Much of the queue line was redesigned in 1994 to allow for larger capacity and giving shade to more of the line. The queue also had new props and more hidden jokes such as the crew mess menu. Also, in the Asian temple tunnel, the animals eyes glow. This may seem like a great effect, but they are are glass marbles with a reflective coating to reflect light from the boat
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