On the Prowl with a special edition of #RandomThoughts

    To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die. - Ecclesiastes 3:1-2 We have an obligation to live in harmony with God's creation. - Bruce Babbitt One has to find a balance between what people need from you and what you need for yourself. - Jessye Norman A time for everything: a time to relax and a time to be busy, a time to frolic and a time to lay up food for the winter, a time to receive and a time to give, a time to begin and a time to finish. A time for work, a time for play - balance in all things. - Jonathan Lockwood Huie Change must always be balanced with some degree of consistency. - Ron D. Burton The ending of a job or a relationship may appear as the darkest night, but it is merely the Winter season - the time of renewal and rebirth that precedes the new planting - the beginning of the next great cycle. - Jonathan Lockwood Huie

Out & About in our Virtual Route 66 This Week With An Update on the Maui Fire

  We present the following courtesy FEMA: Hawaii Wildfire s   FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell, U.S. Fire Administrator Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell and U.S. Small Business Administration Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman continue to survey the catastrophic damage on the island and identify ways that FEMA and federal agencies can provide relief to the island. Field assessments, initial debris assessments and housing inspections are underway. Key Messages FEMA is working closely with state, county and federal partners to aid active response efforts and to help survivors jumpstart their recovery. There are more than  250 FEMA personnel deployed  to assist Hawaii residents in their greatest time of need, including  45 Disaster Survivor Assistance staff  who are visiting shelters in Maui to help survivors register for assistance and identify and report any critical needs. FEMA is supporting efforts to get communications back up on the island. Teams are on the ground working with partner a

#OutsiderVibes (Special Friday Edition): The Best Years of Our Lives

As July 2023 draws to a close, we present "The Best Years of Our Lives " Courtesy the Team at YouTube as we look forward to serving.

A @DailyOutsider Special Announcement

   We wanted to take this opportunity in all our properties to advise that we will be "Dark". However, our Social Media Corners will receive daily updates Until After the July 4 Holiday W-End in the United States. We look forward to the continued privilege of serving in the New Quarter.                                                                                          

On Our "Virtual Route 66" : Thoughts on Safety & The Future For the Month

 While on our "Virtual Route 66" This Week around the World and as Summer looms, We present the following thoughts courtesy of USA.GOV, FEMA  & BLOOMBERG for consideration:  Take steps to avoid illness and injury this summer Summertime is around the corner. Is a vacation getaway or staycation on your agenda, or do you plan on working outdoors? No matter your plans, use  official advice to beat the summer heat, and prevent illness and injury . Beat the heat : Heat poses the greatest risk for people under age 4 and over 65. The best ways to stay safe include staying cool and hydrated, and wearing loose-fitting clothes. Stay in air-conditioned places as much as possible.⁣ Food safety : Picnic and barbecue season offers lots of opportunities for outdoor fun with family and friends. But they can increase your risk of foodborne illness. Keep your food safe from the refrigerator all the way to the picnic table. Insect protection : If you plan to spend a lot of time outdoors, pro