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In response to: Calgary to Banff

Jordan Sinclair [Visitor] · http://www.book-flights.org
I love your description of the views from Banff National Park, Susan. It really lets you picture the beauty of it in your head! It sounds very gruelling up hill but the memories definitely seem to be worth it
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In response to: Pollo e Formaggio Cannelloni a Salsa di Rosa

kiop [Visitor] · http://getcook.co.uk/
Awesome recipe. I think it would be perfect for my upcoming date :)
PermalinkPermalink 2010/06/07 @ 08:44

In response to: Linguine with Smoked Salmon

kiop [Visitor] · http://getcook.co.uk/
Sounds absolutely declicious. Very nice recipe, big thanks for sharing.
PermalinkPermalink 2010/06/07 @ 08:42

In response to: Pizzas - 1 Conventional, 1 Not So Much

josh [Visitor] · http://www.delicioussite.com
mmmm.. it's really tasty!
PermalinkPermalink 2010/06/06 @ 09:47

In response to: Pollo e Formaggio Cannelloni a Salsa di Rosa

OldFashionedCook [Visitor] · http://www.free-old-time-cooking-recipes.com
Italian pasta combined with cheese is my favorite food! But I always make it with beef or/and pork. I've never tried it with chicken or turkey/veal mixture. Thank you for this delicious recipe! :o)
PermalinkPermalink 2010/06/02 @ 05:53

In response to: 80 hours on the RM 1200 Route

Tek [Visitor] · http://miningstocktalk.com/
Hi,

Great post! Biking is such an amazing experience...nothing like it in the world.

Keep up the posts, I enjoy them!

T
PermalinkPermalink 2010/05/18 @ 18:04

In response to: Pollo e Formaggio Cannelloni a Salsa di Rosa

Markus Strahlen [Visitor] · http://hamburgercasseroles.nowblogg.com/
great recipe, my friend loves it !
PermalinkPermalink 2010/05/17 @ 14:08

In response to: Pollo e Formaggio Cannelloni a Salsa di Rosa

Lex [Visitor] · http://www.lexsfoodguide.com
This one i am Baking tonight!!!!!!!!!
PermalinkPermalink 2010/05/13 @ 18:52

In response to: Pollo e Formaggio Cannelloni a Salsa di Rosa

email extractor [Visitor] · http://emailextractor14.com/
this is the most tasty Pollo e Formaggio Cannelloni i had ever eaten.. mmm delicious!!
PermalinkPermalink 2010/03/18 @ 13:29

In response to: Pollo e Formaggio Cannelloni a Salsa di Rosa

Billy Bo [Visitor] · http://ceeknowledge.com/
This was a really great recipe, really impressed the girlfriend 'cos I was in the dog house!
PermalinkPermalink 2009/11/25 @ 06:36

In response to: 80 hours on the RM 1200 Route

Giocare gratis al casinò online [Visitor] · http://www.gioca-internet.com
We left Field into the falling light. The darkness hid the nastiness of the shoulder and we did not feel we could ride out in the lane. Approaching vehicles made seeing even harder
PermalinkPermalink 2009/09/27 @ 21:53

In response to: Another Hai Yun Passage

Ausbrooks [Visitor] · http://www.ferostashbox.com
I really like this!
PermalinkPermalink 2009/08/19 @ 15:37

In response to: 80 hours on the RM 1200 Route

Harold Bridge [Visitor] · http://www.randonneurs.bc.ca
A few days ago Cambon bragged he wasn't normal. So where does that leave the rest of us?
Now a University Professor who rides 1200 randonnees claims she is ordinary.
NO WAY Susan.
Maybe people who struggle to get round a 200 are ordinary.
PermalinkPermalink 2008/08/05 @ 21:21

In response to: Bright Night Ride

Koshisan [Visitor] · http://www.flickr.com/photos/erjung/
Interesting Coincidence - us both being at Bright Nights at the same time. We made it out just in time to catch the last train of the night. (missed the children's farmyard though...) Wow, what a display!!!

We also checked out the Beach Ave tree. I think I liked it better when it was the huge beacon of incandescent lights too.
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