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How To Make A Windsock: Kid's Rainbow Craft

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The Buttertubs, Yorkshire Dales. Buttertubs pass is a key feature of day one of Le Grand Depart, le Tour Yorkshire 2014 #TDF #cycling

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Asiaq is an Inuit Weather Goddess who was quite frequently invoked by the angakoq for good weather, for instance if spring was late it was important to satisfy Her to make sure She would send rain and melt the ice. To the Inuit of Greenland, Asiaq, the Mother of Weather, decides the quantity and the time for snow to fall.

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Extreme weather in the UK - in pictures

Credit: North News & Pictures Ltd Huge waves engulf Whitehaven harbour in Cumbria on Thursday morning as gale-force winds cause havoc throug...

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How To Make A Windsock: Kid's Rainbow Craft

Make your own windsocks. A fun and colourful craft to inspire physical movement and self expression.

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Huff and Puff (making predictions - testing - and charting results) will go great with The Three Little Pigs. Great Kindergarten science activity!

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Protection against wind and weather. | Bicycle storage | Take a day to do yourself and your bikes a favour with this bikeport. The costs for the bikeport are approx. £320.The following construction guide applies to solid spruce wood. Simply have the required posts, joists and roof boards (see material list) cut to size at the DIY store or by your carpenter. If you use other materials or material with a different thickness, adapt the parts list accordingly.You will find a detailed material…

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I love this as I love sailing. Though I don't get much of an opportunity to do so nowadays. I find there is something very clean and cleansing about sailing on a day like the one in the picture. Just setting the sails, watching them in the wind and on the horizon, feeling the wind in your face on deck. I love racing too, and all the ropes and charts that go along with sailing off-shore. I do, however, get seasick sometimes below deck in rough weather and prefer to stay topside in choppy…

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