Saturday, September 13, 2014

We are born to...


We're born to shimmer
We're born to shine


We're born to live
We're born to love


Have yourself a wonderful weekend!

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Wednesday, September 10, 2014




CC-130E Hercules

The first CC-130E Hercules entered service in Canada in 1960, and the current CC-130H Hercules was purchased in 1996. The first of 17 new J-model CC-130s will arrive in 2010 to replace the oldest aircraft in the Hercules fleet.
The CC-130 Hercules is a four-engine fixed-wing turboprop aircraft that can carry up to 78 combat troops. It is used for a wide range of missions, including troop transport, tactical airlift (both palletized and vehicular cargo), search and rescue (SAR), air-to-air refuelling (AAR), and aircrew training. It can carry more than 17,000 kilograms (about 38,000 pounds) of fuel for tactical AAR. In the tactical AAR role, the Hercules can transfer 450 to 900 kilograms (about 1,000 to 2,000 pounds or 450 to 900 litres) of fuel per minute, and refuels the CF-18 Hornet fighter aircraft in less than five minutes.
The Hercules has a maximum range of 7,222 kilometres (4,488 miles) and a cruising speed of 556 kilometres per hour (345 miles per hour). Capable of short takeoffs and landings (STOL) on unprepared runways, it can respond to SAR emergencies on almost any terrain and under the most challenging weather conditions. It can also transport troops and equipment in support of humanitarian aid operations conducted by the Canadian Forces (CF) Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART).

Tuesday, September 9, 2014



For the First People, Crow guards Creator’s Sacred Law for all, bringing his reminders to those in need at times of crisis.

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The Shire


How many of you thought of the "Lord of the Rings" when you read the title? Anyhow, this Shire is a breed of draught horse. It is also the tallest (21.2 hands) of all draught horses.