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Cranberry Orange Moscow Mule

Cranberry Orange Moscow Mule from What The Fork Food Blog. A twist on the classic Moscow Mule, perfect for drinking all winter long. | whattheforkfoodblog.com

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Jameson Black Barrel Mule, Mix half an ounce of lemon juice with one and a half ounces of Jameson (or Irish whiskey), pour over ice, then top with ginger beer and limes.

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The Hoffmann Law Firm, L.L.C.

Causes of Car Accidents https://www.hoffmannpersonalinjury.com/causes-of-car-accidents/ Car Accidents have a Common Factor: Road Conditions! Rain, Sleet, Snow, Ice and Fog are a factor in 1,511,200 Car Crashes with 629,300 injuries and 7,130 deaths. Bad Road Conditions affect visibility, braking distance, Steering and speed fluxuations and averages. Attorneys need to inquire into weather's impact on each car accident. The Hoffmann Law Firm, L.L.C. https://www.hoffmannpersonalinjury.com

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Hurricane Ridge

Olympic National Park Hurricane Ridge • Port Angeles, Washington. Cancellation stamp: June 3, 2005

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Charming apple orchards dot the mountainous landscape of Southern New Hampshire, featuring fall favorites from pick-your-own apples, fresh cider and cider donuts to foliage views, ice cream, pumpkins, and hayrides. Here are 6 Amazing Southern New Hampshire Apple Orchards http://www.visitnh.gov/guide-to-apple-picking-in-southern-new-hampshire-this-autumn.aspx

Charming apple orchards dot the mountainous landscape of Southern New Hampshire, featuring fall favorites from pick-your-own apples, fresh cider and cider donuts to foliage views, ice cream, pumpkins, and hayrides. Here are 6 Amazing Southern New Hampshire Apple Orchards http://www.visitnh.gov/guide-to-apple-picking-in-southern-new-hampshire-this-autumn.aspx

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Frost Flowers by crh.noaa.gov: Frost flowers are thin layers (perhaps credit card thickness) of ice that are extruded through slits from the stems of white or yellow wingstem plants, among others. Their formation requires freezing air temperature, soil that is moist or wet but not frozen, and a plant's stem that has not been previously frozen. Water in the stem expands as it freezes, splitting the stem which then extrudes ribbons of paper thin ice. #Frost_Flowers #Weather

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