Personal Retriever by Life Safer
The Life Safer Personal Retriever™ is a United States Coast Guard (USCG)
approved, state-of-the-art, throw able Personal Flotation Device (PFD)
developed to enable first responders ashore or afloat the ability to
quickly retrieve people from the water or from frozen rivers, lakes and
Call Toll-Free: (888) 222-0373 to order yours
are now taking orders for the second printing of Icy Cold
Was The Summer by Carol L. Allen.
Beginning in the United Kingdom, moving to
Arizona, and ending in San Diego, Calif., this novella of
twisted fate and events is based on a true, chilling story.
Make everyone happy!
Jamicha Soap Company has found the way with their DE-FISHING SOAP.
Tired of tasting your bait when you stop for that PB & J??
Wonder why you get the evil eye when you put the cutting board back
after filleting your catch.?? Jamicha’s De-Fishing soap will neutralize
the fish smell on your hands; just lather scrub rinse and repeat.
Fish stink, you don’t have to. Scrubbing off the cutting board becomes
a snap. Also masks human odors. Keep a small chunk in your tackle box, rub
on your fingers before you tie your knots and see what happens.
We all love catching fish but hate that look when we reach out to
touch our family after a great day and they crinkle up their noses and
point us away…..
Great gifts for all your fishing
friends! Your family will love you for it
All Jamicha Soaps are sold in 6 packs to save you money.
$35.00per six pack. The
six pack price includes your 6 bars of De-Fishing Soap, Priority Mail
shipping, tax and handling. Delivered right to your door.
Paypal check or money ordering
www.JamichaSoaps.com just click the order
button and follow simple instructions! Wholesale interests contact
Michelle@JamichaSoaps,com for further information.
We'd like to also introduce
you to our Irish gifts.
Why Waterford and
Belleek? Ok, here's the lame answer. When you return home from that $5,000
fishing trip down to Baja, you'll want to give the Missus something SHE will
like. It eases the guilt just a wee bit.
The real answer is...
our webmaster, Jim Kelly, misses the old sod so we've let him have his way
Waterford crystal is, perhaps, the most famous Irish brand world
wide (next to Guinness, of course).
Originally known as "Penrose Glass,"
Waterford crystal was first made by the brothers George and William
Penrose in 1783.
knew the secret of mingling minerals and glass to create crystal like
no other and their techniques are still used today.
When tapped, it sings sweetly like an
Irish tenor. When touched, it feels warm and soft like an Irish lass.
Yet Waterford Crystal possesses the
strength and durability of the Celtic people, themselves.
If yourself should purchase Waterford Stemware you will find comfort in knowing
the company never discontinues a pattern. This is unique in its class.
We recommend buying Waterford from a reputable outlet (like Cash's
of Ireland) and having it
shipped to you rather then collecting it there and carrying it around
Sure, it's not as fragile as a lad's heart, but it can still break.
Click here to shop for Waterford Crystal
The mystery of the Orient combines with the charm of Ireland in
During the time of Tha Shein Ukrosh (the Hunger) in 19th Century
Caldwell Bloomfield, the owner of Castlecaldwell started earthenware
pottery production in the Rose Isle section of the village, Belleek. His purpose
was to find employment for the people of his community and help them in
their time of need.
You see, the famine claimed most of its victims because they had no
money to buy the basic comforts of life. In fact, newspaper articles of the time tell of
families living and dying in cold earthen hovels because they did not
have the few p's needed to buy turf so they could heat their homes. The weather was as much an
enemy as was the hunger.
Out of this misery came the beauty of Belleek.
14 craftsmen were brought from Stoke-on-Trent, England, and local
lads were hired to work in the factory. A railway was built to the town
and the production of high-quality earthenware began.
Porcelain was featured by Belleek for the first time at the Dublin
Exposition of 1872 and it became an instant success. Parian china is
now treasured the world over.
In an eerie twist of fate, the Belleek Pottery Group acquired
Aynsley China in Stoke-on-Trent, England, in 1997.
Today, Belleek produces some of the finest porcelain made and most
pieces feature the trademark shamrock symbol.
here to shop for Belleek China
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