Setting up your own campsite Setting up your own campsite The Camping and Caravanning Club is always on the lookout for potential locations for small caravan and camping sites known as Certificated Sites or CSs. Certificated Sites are permitted to accommodate up to 5 caravans or motorhomes, and 10 tents for a maximum of 28 consecutive days at any one time. We are the oldest and largest Club of its kind to cover all forms of camping, so operating a Certificated Site with us can help to increase occupancy more than any other organisation. With our expertise and support and your unused land, you could soon be enjoying a more profitable income.
Donate to keep RoadSkater. I was fortunate to have my dad join me, my mom feeling well but not well enough for the journey. I think she preferred to decorate their house interiors for Christmas without us bothering her! In the morning I felt rather rough, and I started out later than I had wished, as is so often the case.
I went to Best Bagels for their awesome cranberry bagels but unfortunately had quite a wait for a large sweet tea no ice and three unadorned bagels.
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I knew past experience that I was in trouble from when I heard the young voice instead of the owner's more mature one over the intercom.
Alas, I made myself even later. And still later, I discovered they had charged my card twice. Bagels by the minute?
I caught up with dad near the Pinnacle exit of US, and we continued together in my car, up toward the wall of mountains we call the Blue Ridge, across Fancy Gap and into the far side, green rolling western Virginia.
As much as I love North Carolina, Virginia is a beautiful state and their highways are less cluttered, I think, with advertisements. I like how they let divided highways divide and undulate separately with the original lay of the land, with plenty of trees between in many places.
We made fine time and got to town about when we had planned, Eddy calling us along the way to check in and guide us when we arrived. We met over at the Starving Artist, and if you are anywhere within 30 minutes of Abingdon, make the effort to go eat there. We all had unexpectedly great meals there, at a nice cozy spot very near the railroad tracks, whereby passed to my glee a loud and fast train during our time there.
Worth it and more. Dad was scoring a bit high on the glucose meter when we arrived, and he also seemed happy to see Eddy again and to meet Carol and Bob. I'm sure it's interesting to meet the other weirdos who love roadskating like I do. Dad balanced the application of food and insulin, and by the end of lunch I felt good about him having an afternoon to go to the library or kick around town, so he took the keys and I walked over to the courthouse.
I got to the courthouse to find no cell phones allowed in the building, and no good way to get back to my car. I took my befuddled carcass outside to find Eddy et. We got to sit outside with five or six National Park Service rangers, only one of which made eye contact as far as I know.
Before going Eddy pointed out who he thought was the DA and I said that if he wanted to discuss a plea that this would be the time.
They called us in as Eddy had gone over to see what might be arranged if anything. Not long after sitting down and getting a bit situated, Eddy came into the courtroom saying it didn't seem there was any way to work out anything because nobody there had enough power to make accommodation.
I mentioned to Eddy that he could stand up and request a continuance to locate suitable representation, that he could also express his desire to reach an out-of-court arrangement with the Park Service, and that I didn't know what would be best but those were options before getting the show under way.
Eddy surely believes in the ability of people to agree if nothing else, and as the day went along, we saw people with and without representation reaching settlements, making pleas or accepting judgment.
We heard amazing things: The ranger followed this motorcyclist, or started into the roadway to, noticing only too late that there were additional motorcyclists behind, one of whom crashed into the NPS ranger car.
He had been in jail a couple of nights and had an agreement with the DA on fines and charges, but made a plea not to go back for that third night in the agreement.
He said he had learned enough in two nights. Overall the judge let these first-timers off with mostly mild fines and don't do it again or you'll be in heap big trouble with me, and that seemed OK to me. But Bob pointed out how much more expensive these mistakes would have been for folk down in Florida with more extensive and strict first-offense laws, he felt.
I've been in a courtroom only for traffic and custody hearings, except for serving as an alternate jurist in a federal drug ring case alleging employees of the coliseum think rock concerts were involved in running drugs as part of a limo service, not to mention improperly benefiting from "working" the tee shirt sales.
Unfortunately for local greedyman, big drug dealer had copped a plea and was brought in to drop the story on him. My experiences in traffic court have been nothing other than infuriating and humiliating for the simplest speeding infractions.
The quality of justice has disappointed me quite a bit regarding the custody hearings, with a retired judge trying his best not to do any work, it seemed.
The federal court sessions I have attended, including this one on skating, have had much higher quality judges and district attorneys involved, it seemed.
This was a federal case because it was on the ribbon of federal land owned by the Department of the Interior, administered by the National Park Service, designated as the Blue Ridge Parkway.
All day in every case the judge was nothing short of excellent, balancing a mastery of the issues with a concerned but firm delivery and clear explanation of the defendants rights, risks and responsibilities.I’d spent a little more than my lunch break on the beacon, so I headed over to the Downs above London Gliding Club to see what was in the air over there.
Caterham, Surrey, UK. Summary: Children with 4q-syndrome: the parents’ perspective: A questionnaire survey was conducted among the parents of 32 not previously described children with 4q-syndrome, and 4 affected adult relatives.
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In the UK, we’ve just had one of the best soaring seasons in 40 years. There was a slow start to the season, especially in the North of the UK, but once it got going we had some fantastic conditions.