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Wawannabe

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Current location: WA
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Virtual train rides

Some links to vids of train rides.
First one starts out in Seattle, WA.
Seattle to Vancouver, BC.

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Durango to Silverton, CO

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Royal Gorge

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Fairbanks, AK. Steam engine

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Iíve watched several international rides too. Just look up on youtube and go where you want to!

Angel Of the Winds Casino plans to reopen May 11

Sorry. The local fox affiliate seems to be only source at this time. Checked KIRO and the Seattle Times.

The planned opening date was buried at the bottom of the story.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/q13fox.com/2020/05/04/tribal-casino-to-reopen-early-despite-inslees-phased-plan/amp/

Some "Sage" advice. (Crosspost)

https://www.democraticunderground.com/115791096

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Iíve been spending a lot of my lock down time on the patio. I have a small assortment of herbs and some lettuce growing in containers.

One herb is Sage

I plucked a leaf today and studied it because it looks much different than most flat leaves. I then googled the cell structure of a sage leaf and came upon some very interesting benefits of this plant.

Taken internally (such as a tea) the leaves provide quite a few healthful benefits:

Chemistry, Pharmacology, and Medicinal Property of Sage (Salvia) to Prevent and Cure Illnesses such as Obesity, Diabetes, Depression, Dementia, Lupus, Autism, Heart Disease, and Cancer

Mohsen Hamidpour, Rafie Hamidpour, [...], and Mina Shahlari


Abstract

For a long time, sage (Salvia) species have been used in traditional medicine for the relief of pain, protecting the body against oxidative stress, free radical damages, angiogenesis, inflammation, bacterial and virus infection, etc., Several studies suggest that sage species can be considered for drug development because of their reported pharmacology and therapeutic activities in many countries of Asia and Middle East, especially China and India. These studies suggest that Salvia species, in addition to treating minor common illnesses, might potentially provide novel natural treatments for the relief or cure of many serious and life-threatening diseases such as depression, dementia, obesity, diabetes, lupus, heart disease, and cancer. This article presents a comprehensive analysis of the botanical, chemical, and pharmacological aspects of sage...more at link.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4003706/

Smudging (burning sage leaves) also has reported benefits:

https://www.verywellmind.com/the-benefits-of-burning-sage-4685244



Sage leaf tea steeping now. Cheers!

Some "Sage" advice

Iíve been spending a lot of my lock down time on the patio. I have a small assortment of herbs and some lettuce growing in containers.

One herb is Sage

I plucked a leaf today and studied it because it looks much different than most flat leaves. I then googled the cell structure of a sage leaf and came upon some very interesting benefits of this plant.

Taken internally (such as a tea) the leaves provide quite a few healthful benefits:

Chemistry, Pharmacology, and Medicinal Property of Sage (Salvia) to Prevent and Cure Illnesses such as Obesity, Diabetes, Depression, Dementia, Lupus, Autism, Heart Disease, and Cancer

Mohsen Hamidpour, Rafie Hamidpour, [...], and Mina Shahlari


Abstract

For a long time, sage (Salvia) species have been used in traditional medicine for the relief of pain, protecting the body against oxidative stress, free radical damages, angiogenesis, inflammation, bacterial and virus infection, etc., Several studies suggest that sage species can be considered for drug development because of their reported pharmacology and therapeutic activities in many countries of Asia and Middle East, especially China and India. These studies suggest that Salvia species, in addition to treating minor common illnesses, might potentially provide novel natural treatments for the relief or cure of many serious and life-threatening diseases such as depression, dementia, obesity, diabetes, lupus, heart disease, and cancer. This article presents a comprehensive analysis of the botanical, chemical, and pharmacological aspects of sage...more at link.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4003706/

Smudging (burning sage leaves) also has reported benefits:

https://www.verywellmind.com/the-benefits-of-burning-sage-4685244



Sage leaf tea steeping now. Cheers!

Now that you have time to make breakfast

What extra or exotic ingredients do you add to pancakes?

To the batter... I subíd 1/4 ground flax seed with dried fruit today. Scrumptious! I also add vanilla tho hardly any recipe calls for it. Try the vanilla! You wonít go back.


On top.... Peanut butter!

Pancakes and sausage are great at dinner time too!

Anybody seen the Lysol JUUL meme

Of tRump vaping? Claims to kill Covid in <1 minute.

I got it via text from my sis but canít post.
Itís funny and done like an ad for JUUL.

Made potato & leek soup using instant potatoes

Nearly every recipe calls for blending or using a motor boat to ďmashĒ the potatoes to make the soup thicker.

I didnít use any potatoes until the end when I mixed in instant Idahoans till it was the consistency I liked. Just add a little bit at a time to your already prepared soup base (I used chicken broth and milk after cooking down some leek, onion and garlic).

Topped the bowls of soup with sliced spring onions and crispy bacon bits. Was yummy!

Where is my mind?

Ladies and gents:

Milky Chance covering the Pixies!

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1st ever virtual draft

Itís on!

Woot!

Goodell looks out of it a bit or sick

Live music thread in the lounge

https://www.democraticunderground.com/10181349577

4/20 with Willie

Elle King on right now! Woot!
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