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  • Camping is by permit only. Camping permits must be obtained from the Bear Valley Visitor Center before starting your trip. When you arrive to pick up your permit, you will be asked for the number of vehicles your party will leave parked in the Seashore overnight. We will issue the appropriate number of parking passes and it is your responsibility to ensure that all of the vehicles associated with your permit display an overnight parking pass.
  • You must have made a reservation in advance to camp within Point Reyes National Seashore. If you have made a reservation and are arriving after 4:30 pm, you will need to contact the park at 415-464-5100 x2 x5 before 4 pm to inform us of how many overnight parking passes your party will need. A backcountry permit and the appropriate number of overnight parking passes will be left for you in a small wooden box on the back side of the information board outside of the Bear Valley Visitor Center.
  • Hike-in camping is allowed only in one of the four established campgrounds at the numbered site specified on the permit.

  • Spray your scent of choice behind  the ear lobes - this area is a pulse point, where the body is warmer, which will serve to enhance the fragrance.
  • collar bone and décolletage (neck, shoulders and back) a sprtiz. 

    The dips in the bone structure will see perfume more likely to settle there

  • INSIDE ELBOWS

    Another pulse point is the inside of the elbows, which as well as emitting the enhanced fragrance, serves to slightly obscure the smell in the bends of the arms - perfect for longer-lasting diffusion.

  • eau de toilette last about two hours.
  • L'eau de parfum contains a higher concentration of perfume oil and last up to four hours without fading.
  • Perfume classics and perfume extracts contain the highest concentration and last up to six hours.

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  • Odorous House Ants

     

    This type of ant is attracted to sweets, and are commonly found in the kitchen.

     

    Odorous house ants will leave a chemical pheromone trail wherever they travel. If you kill them, other ants will simply follow the trail and show up in the same places. For this reason, the entire colony must be killed.

     

    When you see the first few ants, you can sponge them (and the surrounding area) with soapy water to eliminate the pheromone trail. Immediately work to figure out where they’re getting into your house, and begin placing homemade ant bait at the entry points.

  • To use the webcam or microphone, we need to request permission. The first parameter to getUserMedia() is an object specifying the details and requirements for each type of media you want to access
  • One of my dreams is to build AutoTune in the browser with nothing more than open web technology!

     

    Chrome supports live microphone input from getUserMedia() to the Web Audio API for real-time effects. Piping microphone input to the Web Audio API looks like this:

  • IncludesPermalink

      

    If you have small page fragments that you wish to include in multiple places on your site, you can use the include tag.

      
    {% include footer.html %}
      

    Jekyll expects all include files to be placed in an _includes directory at the root of your source directory. This will embed the contents of <source>/_includes/footer.html into the calling file.

      
     

  • Setting up a custom domain

      

    If you don't have your domain name sorted yet, head over to iWantMyName.com and set one up!

      

    If you are familiar with DNS, you can setup a CNAME for server1.droppages.com.

  • It’s 7:55 a.m., and you’re standing at the door of your doctor’s office waiting for them to open. After feeling terrible for the past three days, it’s finally time to get help. At 8:01, the receptionist opens the door, brings you to the front desk to fill out paperwork and ushers you into the exam room. When the doctor walks in, she checks your vitals and asks what brought you in today.

     

    You: “I’m miserable. I’ve had a fever, nausea and this weird rash on my arm for the past three days.”

     

    Doctor: “Ok, I’ll write you a prescription. Feel better!”

     

    End scene.

  • Writing a prescription before even discussing the symptoms or analyzing the root cause? Unless your doctor has gone off the deep end, that will never happen. Aside from violating ethical standards, it’s unlikely that the prescription would solve the problem because she didn’t even diagnose your illness. Chances are, you’ll end up right back in that same office a few days later feeling frustrated and even worse.

     

    This scenario may seem ridiculous in a medical setting, but it happens every day in UI/UX design. Our team at Drawbackwards has “patients” constantly come into our office searching for a cure for their latest ailment.

     

    “We just need to fix these three pages,” they say.

     

    “I need an app,” they explain.

     

    “We need to design this one thing, and it has to be really fast and easy.”

     

    We can’t blame them for asking. Like you, they’re probably getting similar requests from internal stakeholders and trying to be the hero that solves the user experience problem.

     

  • Look for the Signs

     

    Symptoms often disguise themselves as root causes, so keep an eye out for these signs that a request might not be “the real problem.”

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