Helpful tips for July 2017

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Helpful tips for July 2017

In this issue:

General tips
From the pages of Donna’s travel diary

General tips
Courtesy of the research team at

If you are having difficulty keeping those meddlesome mosquitoes away from
you as you sleep at night then try wrapping your head in a light colored
This works.

Which gender is better able to handle their alcohol?
Why, it is men!
And why is this?
Because men generally weigh more than women and this helps because of their
body’s density.

About your bath towels:
You should plan to change them every one to three years.

Caring for your pillows?
You should change them every two to three years.
When laundering them; wash them individually.
Use just a tiny bit of soap.
Leave them in the drier for about an hour and a half.
Include a tennis ball in your drier when drying your pillow.

About peaches?
The harder they are the sweeter they are.

From Dan Thompson:
1. You can actually get nicotine poisoning from absorbing the chemical
through your skin (from wet tobacco leaves). The phenomenon is called Green
Tobacco Sickness (GTS).
2. New York Tribune founder Horace Greeley is best known for saying, “Go
West, young man.” Problem is, he didn’t say it. The quote actually came
from Indiana newspaper editor John B.L. Soule. In fact, Greeley’s own
comments regarding the West were less than encouraging. In 1859, while
traveling across Utah, he wrote, “The desolation seems irredeemable.”
Twelve years later, he proclaimed, “This Daniel Boone business is about
played out.”
3. Guinness’s Book of Records was originally conceived as a way to settle
arguments in pubs.
Submitted by Victoria Quillen – Clearwater, Florida 4. Turtles often bury
their eggs in alligator nests. The mother alligator guards her nest so well
it ensures the safety of the unborn turtles as well.
Submitted by Chris Fordyce – Greeley, Colorado 5. When you crack a whip,
the tip is moving faster than the speed of sound. That is why it “cracks”
instead of “wooshing.”


From the pages of Donna’s travel diary
Fall travel

As a blind traveler, I really do not mind traveling in the fall. True it is
that my options of destinations may be somewhat limited but that’s okay.
There always seems to be somewhere to go. On a cruise to a warmer climate?
To a resort where they specialize in fall activities? Or maybe even on a
shopping trip to buy or stock up on some winter clothes?

Going to a resort where they specialize in fall activities should be
examined a bit more closely; especially so when it comes to ensuring that
accessibility for a blind person is assured.

What do I mean by this? That fall tours offer descriptions of sites for a
blind person. That there is assistance on hand for someone who is blind; to
help them navigate around when the tour makes stops for persons to walk
around or to have meals.

So before leaving home for your next fall adventure, make sure that all of
this is in place for you.

I’m Donna J. Jodhan enjoying my travels.

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