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Which Is The Best Laminate Flooring
- Laminate flooring is a multi-layer synthetic flooring product, fused together with a lamination process. Laminate flooring simulates wood (or stone, in some cases) with a photographic applique layer under a clear protective layer.
- hard surface flooring with a fibreboard core and melamine wear layer - available in blocks, planks, and squares.
- Relatively new to North America, laminates have a dense fiberboard core with a paper pattern layer sealed under high pressure both top and bottom with a plastic-like substance. Sold as planks and panels in wood, stone, tile and other looks.
Wife in deep thought - trail bridge
This trail bridge was washed away and destroyed in the 2006 flood in Mt. Rainier Park. A temporary bridge provided a "sporty" crossing for awhile. Now, high tech, a rustic looking sturdy trail bridge actually is a "sandwich" laminate with sturdy metal top and bottom for the support logs.
This is a beautiful spot for a hiking break or destination. In the upper left of this photo you can see my wife gazing down at Stevens Creek as it squeezesthrough a mini box canyon.
A penny for you thoughts nice wife.
These photos were taken Wednesday the 3rd of November 2010 in around Mt. Rainier National Park. Snow and avalanches had closed Cayuse and Chinook passes over the Cascade Mountains as well as the Stevens Canyon Road in Mt. Rainier National Park, BUT with spring like weather (highs in the low to mid 60s) Cayuse pass and the Stevens Canyon road opened on 11.3.2010. The next heavy snow will likely close all of these routes for the remainder of the winter.
The recent snows followed closely by the warm weather and sun, made quite a show for our visit to the park. Waterfalls sprang to life and into existence and the mountain streams ran fast and with purpose.
At the snow boundary just west of the Box Canyon road tunnel we parked our car and took one of our favorite short hikes in the park, down to the new trail bridge across Stevens Creek. There we had lunch and enjoyed the sun reaching down onto the forest floor along the trail.
When we drove up to Paradise (a couple of feet of snow there already), we found the trailhead to Bench and Snow Lakes snow bound. Lake Louise and the larger of the Reflection Lakes were ice free and being whipped about by a strong mountain wind that gusted at times. The smaller Reflection Lake had a unique color due to what Alaskans are familiar with but we don’t often see in Mt. Rainier Park. The small lake was frozen over (solid) but the recent warm weather melted the snow on top producing a shallow layer of water on top of the solid ice covering of the lake.
It was a fun day in the park with very few other people, in fact, many times it felt like we had the entire park to ourselves on the Stevens Canyon Road portion of our visit. We finished off the day with a Cruiser’s pizza at Packwood and laughed at the “resident” elk, which were munching on mowed grass in front of a church surrounded with carved life size wooden bears. They do know there way around.
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This apartment combines the best of traditional and modern; it has an open plan living and dining area plus open kitchen which boasts all modern appliances.
The floor throughout is of a high quality laminate and gives the apartment a feel of real warmth.
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