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Re: “Sailing on Big Lagoon

Great story. It's also fun to kayak at Big Lagoon. For many people who may not realize it, the east side of the lagoon used to be fully underwater at high tides. Now, if memory serves me correctly, since I haven't been in Humboldt for 8 years, the east side of the lagoon, traversed by Highway 101, is more of an estuary. Fond memories reading the story. In some winters, the lagoon will breach at the north end.

Posted by Glenn Franco Simmons on 04/11/2017 at 7:59 PM

Re: “How to Run

I tried to donate blood for the first time in my life about 4 years ago, and the local county health department telephoned me that afternoon and said I needed to go to see a doctor immediately because I had hepatitis B. I had absolutely no symptoms. I had several blood tests over the course of a year or so, and my doctor said I was a chronic carrier. My sister had Down's syndrome, and my doctor said I probably got it from her as she lived in an institution for a period of time. As the disease progressed all medication stopped working, i was introduced to Health herbal clinic in Johannesburg who have successful herbal treatment to hepatitis B. I spoke to few people who used the treatment here in USA and they all gave a positive response, so i immediately purchased the hepatitis B herbal formula and commenced usage, i used the herbal supplement for only 7 weeks, all symptoms gradually faded away, herbs are truly gift from God. contact this herbal clinic via their email healthherbalclinic @ gmail. com or visit www. healthherbalclinic. weebly. com

Posted by Stacey Beetge on 04/07/2017 at 5:56 PM

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