Monthly Archives: August 2009

The Second Bermuda Triangle of Alaska

The Alaskan Bermuda Triangle is indeed very mysterious – a vast, uninhabited wilderness, where over the years a number of people have been missing at a high rate. There are many places like Bermuda triangle around the world. Most of the people in Alaska are designated to wilderness lies. In past 4-year-old Chris Mc Candless… Read More »

All about Industrial Plantations

Industrial plantations are established to produce a high volume of wood in a short period of time. Plantations are grown by state forestry and/or the paper and wood industries and other clannish landowners. Christmas trees are often grown on plantations as well. In gray and southeastern Asia, rubber, oil palm, and more recently teak plantations… Read More »

Diamonds Buying Tips

Understanding the Four C’s is the first step in your journey to buying the perfect diamond. Many variations exist of the Four C’s document but the overall content remains the same. I have prepared my own variation of the Four C’s detailing the Cut, Clarity, Color and Carat you should look for and, of course,… Read More »

New Apartment Purchasing

As with any apartment purchase, there are some things that any buyer will want to know. Many buyers make the mistake of thinking that because their apartment is newly constructed, there will be no issues with it. At las vegas apartment, much like any other area of the country there are some apartment builders that… Read More »

Know about Carpooling

Carpooling (also known as car-sharing, ride-sharing, lift-sharing), is the shared use of a car by the driver and one or more passengers, usually for commuting. Carpooling arrangements and schemes involve varying degrees of formality and regularity. Formal carpool projects have been around in a structured form since the mid-1970s. Carpoolers use pool member’s private cars,… Read More »