Tagged amur leopard, Art Basel, art fairs, autumn, boating, bovey lee, briefcase, Chinese folk art, Chinese paper cutting, Chinese vase, contemporary craft, cows, cut paper, fall, feathers, Gavlak Gallery, hiking, Hong Kong, Horiuchi, hulu, leopard, man in suit, new york, palm beach, paper art, paper cutout, paper cuts, paper cutting, papercuts, Pittsburgh, rena bransten gallery, rice paper, san francisco, Scope, seattle, trees, urbanization, vacation, wing luke museum, X acto knife, xuan paperLooking back, 2012 has been absolutely tremendous in many ways. Reflecting upon it, there are numerous memorable events and moments. I have come up with the top picks to share with you.
In my original floor project I started with my own wood from my trees. In order to get all the varieties of wood I wanted for this project I started the same way since many of these woods are not available unless you DIY. Some of the woods are from local trees and some are from other parts of the country that a friend of mine has brought to me to try working with.
I really like how many Colicchio restaurants handle Restaurant Week. Rather than serve a food (beef, pork, or fish) version of their menu, they serve their regular menu and the items that require a higher price to produce include an incremental charge, noted on the menu (base price is $38). Here was the menu on January 20, 2013:.
Protected from development because it is a noted turtle nesting site, ral Beach is an unspoilt gem on Turkey’s spectacularly beautiful Turquoise Coast. Backed by pine clad peaks, book ended by limestone ridges plunging into deep blue waters and fronted by the graceful arc of a three mile long beach, ral has everything going for it especially as planning controls mean no buildings are tall enough to peak out above the mass of citrus orchards and other vegetation. The Olympos Lodge occupies a prime spot towards the southern end of the beach, flanked by a crystal clear river.
The legalities involved, particularly in purchasing a property, can be a minefield. Restrictive covenants are an area to be aware of, as many freehold properties may be affected and even more likely leasehold properties. Covenants are more likely to be applied to new estates when developers are aiming to keep the design of the properties and land in line with their original intention..
Helping Peter back home: How Curo’s step down service helps hospital patients get on with their futureCuro’s hospital step down service offers a home from home for patients who are ready to leave hospital, but need to stay somewhere with a little more support15:16, 13 JUL 2017Updated09:57, 14 JUL 2017Peter Butler was helped out of hospital into Curo’s ‘hospital step down’ accommodation which supports people to regain independence after a hospital stay Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailFormer serviceman Peter Butler enjoyed an active life until a life changing illness turned his life upside down, leaving him unable to return to his home or his old job.Although Peter had Type 2 Diabetes he was very active and loved swimming and playing golf.He was still working and looking forward to retirement when, out of the blue, he was diagnosed with osteomyelitis, a serious bone infection, which resulted in his right leg being amputated just below the knee.Peter’s life had changed dramatically almost overnight. After surgery and a full clinical recovery he was medically ready to be discharged from hospital.But this wasn’t possible. Peter couldn’t be discharged because he was unable to return to his home which was split level inside and had steps leading up to it.That’s where a free of charge service run by Bath based housing association and house builder Curo came in.