A high surf warning remains in effect for the North Shore of O‘ahu, with large surf also rolling into the Leeward Coast. The @nws currently has posted this warning until 6 p.m. Monday, with a small craft advisory also posted for waters around the entire state. Surf is on its way down, but will remain large and dangerous for most of this week. Please check with @honoluluoceansafety lifeguards and heed all warnings and signage before considering entering the water. Keep the waves to the experts in these instances and remember when in doubt don’t go out. @mayorkirkhnl#northshore#highsurf#whenindoubtdontgoout
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Don’t fall out of the boat !!! ❌🙅🏼♀️ But if you do we got you covered 💁🏼♀️🧗🏻♀️
@virginia_rn_injector still has her special going on! ONLY FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH SHE WILL HAVE HER $450 lip filler special so hurry and book now before it’s too late 😃
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Mark your calendars friends! This Thursday Paul Prue returns to our second floor for a free dinner show! From 7-9 Paul will be playing with the very talented Peter Chase, Mike Fioretti, and 3 Part. The second floor fills up fast so give us a call to reserve a table..... you don’t want to miss this! 978-465-8008
The third Thursday of every month Paul returns with a rotating line up of extremely talented musicians - check out our music schedule with the link in our bio so you don’t miss out!
NEW LISTING | 22B Zion Rd, Birkenhead
Comfortable Living With Sea Views 🌅🧡
Looking for a great lock up and leave with low maintenance and easy care gardens? Then look no further. Boasting all day sun with 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, study, large open plan kitchen and dining area.
Open homes: Sat/Sun 12 - 12:30pm
For more info visit the link in bio or call me on 021634787 for a private viewing
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Lava Filtered Alkaline Artesian Aloha! This precious wai (water) comes from deep within the beautiful and sacred island of Hawai’i🌋💦 #hawaiivolcanic Hit the link in our bio to learn more🤙
Our townhomes were designed to keep up with your modern and progressive lifestyle. // #TheMorrison plans to live up to North Vancouver’s community legacy and positively contribute to the neighbourhood and its residents.
The best camera you have could be in your pocket! You don’t need a camera like a Nikon or Canon to create sick videos. Watch out 👀 for our upcoming blog post which features TIPS and TRICKS on how to shoot quality videos with just a cell phone!
Thanks, @fodorstravel for naming BOB LOBSTER one of the best seafood shacks in New England ❤️ We are honored!
4 days! 🦞🦞🦞🦞
Link to Fodor’s Travel article:
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This picture is sooo old. 2015 in Michigan. Ahhh I gotta go back 😊
Repost: Black Magic Tan⠀
Are you looking for a tan that looks great in front of the camera? Or perhaps you have a dance competition coming up so you need the deepest tan possible. ⠀
Vibe Ultra is the answer. This tan was used on the majority of the DWTS dancers last year...can’t wait for that show to come back this year!
#criticaleye#findoftheday Spring on its way has me longing to travel, so I’ve compiled a stack of recent book finds to help satisfy feelings of wanderlust and the desire to be transported!
I’ve become a huge fan of the work of many Canadian Inuit & First Nations artists, and Agnes Nanogak, who illustrated this wonderful “Tales from the Igloo,” is one of my faves. This hardcover 1st edition, 1972, features 22 stories edited & translated by Maurice Metayer with 31 fantastic full-page illustrations by Nanogak communicating the same legends visually—and which I could look at every day and never tire of! (Scroll forward!) Specific to the Kitlinermiut or “Copper” Inuit population of the Canadian Arctic, the stories were collected orally through recordings then translated to create this book. With titles such as “The Blind Boy and the Loon,” “The Deceitful Raven,” & “The Lazy Son-in-law,” they are at turns inspiring, brutal, and provocative—as much a book for adults as children. Fantastic.
Next, a 5th ed. copy of The Wizard of Oz, 20s-early 30s (last copyright 1903), with 8 color plates, 8 b&w, and terrific b&w illustrations throughout. I remember reading (or, mostly, having my mother read to my brother and I) all of the Oz books when we were kids, and this copy reminds me of both their strangeness and their magic. The cloth covered corners are a bit worn, and some pages a bit flea-bitten, but it’s a rare one and I think pretty special.
Finally, a c. 1896 copy of “Barnes's Elementary Geography” featuring, according to its author James Monteith, “an easy, conversational and varied style of presentation” to make “study pleasant and effective.” Indeed, the 96 pg volume, with dramatic etching illustrations and many maps, makes for a fascinating read as a portrait of turn-of-the-century American thinking about the rest of the world—often horrifying to today’s reader, though occasionally surprisingly poetic. I can envision its young owner, “Tommy Ruthven, 704 Columbus Avenue, New York City,” written in pencil on the first inside page, carefully studying its pictures of wild animals in Africa and imagining himself sailing down the Nile!
$25, $65, $25, in the shop!
🧖🏻♀️🍔Beauty, Balance & Burgers...yes burgers!! Throughout the month of March, Old Orchard is focusing on all things health, wellness, and beauty at all of the stores and restaurants.
We stopped by Epic Burger to see what all the rage was about with their “Beyond Burger”, a plant-based burger which we have to say was insanely good. Check out their delicious turkey burger and dairy free Lemon Coconut shake too!
🍀One of our lucky followers AND their tagged friend will each win a $50 Epic Burger gift card to check out all of their healthy menu items this month!
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Winner will be randomly selected on March 29.
Please swipe. Sharks are so much more valuable alive than dead. This is happening to sharks all over the world. Considering how greatly we need sharks for a healthy ocean, as consumers, we must do better in knowing where our food comes from, what we’re supporting with our purchases, and what it could be negatively affecting. Please join us as we growing in our awareness and consumption, so we can better preserve these animals and the vital roles they play on our planet. Post by @nataliekparra
The first time I saw a pile of finned sharks in person was this past fall in Japan with @dolphin_project (swipe/viewer discretion advised). Shark fin soup isn't really commonly eaten in Japan, but like many places around the world, including the US, sharks are finned and exported. It's a weird feeling to see dead piles of an animal I've grown to love so much. It's hard to describe at first glance. I've seen so many photos and videos, but in person it was even more horrible. I took advice from friends' who spend day after day for sometimes months in a row documenting illegal and destructively legal wildlife trade. You have to detach and process it later or it becomes too much. So, I tried to lock into this weird detached version of myself, focused only on photographing what I was seeing to show others. People have to see that this is happening and at a frightening scale (this was apparently a pretty slow day at this market, see @traciemegumiphoto’s photos a few weeks later). Please, if you buy seafood, know where it's coming from. A lot of these sharks were most likely caught as bycatch and only made it to the harbor because their fins made them worth more than just tossing them back overboard dead. #WhatsYourBycatch .
First photo by @oceanramsey while on #oneoceandiving in #cressi .
Say no to #sharkfinsoup#sharkfishing#longlinefishing#gillnets#trawling . #keikoconservation
Post by: @kennaaloha