Historic UK boatyard set to become major new hub for vintage boats and internationally significant Rose Toop Collection.

selection of boats from the collection

composite image shot of few of the classic collection

Adam Toops Collection

‘After an exhaustive search lasting many years, I am delighted to have found the perfect home for the Rose Toop Collection next to the Royal regatta head office in Henley on Thames Oxfordshire UK "”

— Adam Toop

LONDON, OXFORDSHIRE, UK, October 17, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Just a few steps from the headquarters of the world-famous Henley Royal Regatta and on the banks of the Thames directly opposite the River & Rowing Museum, the landmark site was acquired by the Collection's patron, Adam Toop, as the future home for the Rose Toop Collection.

The Collection began in the late 1960s when hand-built wooden river craft were superseded by fibreglass. As old boats were broken up or abandoned and traditional building and maintenance skills no longer needed, William and Penelope Rose founded the Collection with the best examples of pleasure craft that could be found. These craft will now be brought together with Adam Toop's collection.

The Collection period is 1890-1940. The craft, on acquisition, should be in original condition, unrestored, substantially unaltered from new and exceptionally good examples of their type. All are well-proportioned with the subtle sheer line – the common attribute of handsome boats. Artefacts support, explain and educate in relation to this period along with objects of beauty and rarity whose creation depended on the existence of the River Thames.

The aims of the Rose Toop Collection are to restore and preserve some of the best craft and their related accoutrements in as near perfect condition as possible, providing cause and means to practice those artisan skills necessary to maintain such craft.

Substantial investment is planned for the boatyard, which will be operated on a not-for-profit basis and in the absence of sponsorship. Facilities will be both improved and expanded for the benefit of the small community of marine businesses that operate from the site, the boat owners they serve, along with traditional boat clubs and societies.

Adam Toop commented:

‘After an exhaustive search lasting many years, I am delighted to have found the perfect home for the Rose Toop Collection. The restoration, preservation and maintenance of these important craft can be sustained only by actively supporting the relevant artisan skills. The boatyard provides a fertile base to nurture such skillsets and encourage apprenticeships wherever possible'.

'In addition to safely storing, maintaining and showing the Collection and archives, we are equally committed to nurturing the boatyard as a vibrant, traditional boating hub on this key reach of the upper Thames. Our plans include new floating moorings and, as access to this part of the river can be difficult during the busiest summer months, we are committed to providing complimentary use of the new facilities in support of recognised clubs and societies that promote the use and conservation of traditional, non-powered craft'.

'Against the depressing backdrop of so many boatyards being lost to development, our plans represent a rare opportunity to see substantial investment in an important historic boatyard at the very heart of sport and leisure on the upper Thames – investment that will both enhance its relevance and ensure its survival moving forward'.

'An introduction to the Rose Toop Collection, a brief history of the boatyard, links to press coverage and full details of our plans may be found at the website created to share our vision and exciting plans: www.rosetoopcollection.com. If we are to fully achieve these unambiguous aims, we need your support to obtain the necessary consents. The following link will take you the planning application on the Wokingham Borough website. We would be immensely grateful if you felt able to add your support before the 3rd November, when the consultation period closes'.

Adam Toop
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New Dates Announced for 2021 Volvo China Open

Volvo China Open Champion Holding Trophy Beside Head

2020 Champion Zhang Huilin Holds the Volvo China Open Trophy

Aerial View of Shenzhen Genzon Golf Club Building

Shenzhen Genzon Golf Club – Venue for the 2021 Volvo China Open

Chinese golfer tees off with large crowd watching

Zhang Huilin Will Defend His Volvo China Open Title in 2021

The Volvo China Open, finale of the 2021 China Tour, will take place from December 16-19 at the Shenzhen Genzon Golf Club with a prize-fund of RMB 2 million.

The staging of the tournament plays a major role in improving the competitive level of Chinese golfers and underlining the development of the golf industry in China.”

— Zhang Xiaoning, Chairman of China Golf Association

SHENZHEN, CHINA, October 17, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — NEW DATES ANNOUNCED FOR 2021 VOLVO CHINA OPEN
– Zhang Huilin To Defend Crown at Genzon Golf Club, Shenzhen –

The Volvo China Open, season finale of the 2021 China Tour, will take place from December 16-19 at the Shenzhen Genzon Golf Club with a total tournament prize-fund of RMB 2 million, according to the event's organising committee.

Affected by the global COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 Volvo China Open – which was originally scheduled to be staged from November 4-7 – will not be jointly sanctioned with the European Tour and has been adjusted to be solely sanctioned by the China Tour.

After careful study and discussion by all parties, it has also been decided that the 2021 Volvo China Open domestic and international qualifiers will be cancelled.

The longest-running professional golf tournament on the Chinese mainland, the Volvo China Open has been staged for 26 consecutive years since its establishment in 1995. Not only is the Volvo China Open the largest golf tournament in China, it also will become the 2021 China Tour's season finale and the tournament with the highest total prize money this season.

After tournament play ends, the number one player on the China Tour money list will be revealed and will receive his/her playing card and full playing rights for the 2021-2022 European Tour.

Zhang Xiaoning, Chairman of China Golf Association said: "This year, under the situation of regular epidemic prevention and control, the Volvo China Open will continue to be exclusively sanctioned by the China Tour.

"The staging of the tournament plays a major role in improving the competitive level of Chinese golfers, strengthening preparations for the Hangzhou Asian Games, developing the reserve of golf talent in China, promoting the sport to the public, and underlining the development of the golf industry in China.

"I am very grateful to Volvo for their continued commitment to the sponsorship and support of the China Open during what is a difficult period, and also particularly grateful to the Shenzhen Municipal Government, Longgang District Government, Shenzhen Genzon Golf Club and other partners for their strong support of this tournament."

Michel Zhao, Chairperson of Volvo China Open Board & Vice President of Communications and MarCom, Volvo Car Asia Pacific said: “As the first western brand to introduce international professional golf events to China, Volvo’s commitment to Chinese golf has never changed.

"For more than two decades, the Volvo China Open has been held without interruption and has witnessed the growth of generations of Chinese players. We are very happy to finalise the new dates for this year’s Volvo China Open as the season finale of the 2021 China Tour. We look forward to presenting a wonderful year-end golf tournament to golfers and golf fans alike.”

Last year, China's Zhang Huilin became the fifth homegrown winner in the tournament's history, thanks to an emphatic nine-shot victory over his home course at the Shenzhen Genzon Golf Club, and he will be looking to successfully defend his crown when the 2021 Volvo China Open gets underway at the same venue on December 16.

"The Genzon Golf Club is my blessed place, and the championship I won last year means so much to me," he said. "This year I will do my very best to prepare for the event and strive to defend my title on my home course."

The 2021 Volvo China Open is hosted by the China Golf Association, sponsored by Volvo Cars, promoted and operated by Teamfirst Management Ltd., and sanctioned by the China Tour.

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Note to Editors

The 27th staging of the Volvo China Open will take place from 16 – 19 December 2021, at the Shenzhen Genzon Golf Club, with a total prize-fund of RMB 2 million. The 2021 Volvo China Open is hosted by the China Golf Association, sponsored by Volvo Cars, promoted and operated by Teamfirst Management Ltd., and sanctioned by the China Tour.

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Food Network Star Launches Delectable 7-Course Tapas Vegan/Gluten-Free Tasting Menu

Chef Oz Blackaller is the owner and head chef of De Nada Kitchen & Market in San Diego, California.

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, October 17, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Renowned Chef Oz Blackaller, Food Network star, is pleased to announce the launch of his inspired 7-course tapas vegan/gluten-free tasting menu at his restaurant, De Nada Kitchen & Market.

De Nada Kitchen & Market is a popular restaurant in San Diego that offers comfort food with a unique Mexican flair. The restaurant’s mission is to bring customers the carefully curated and unmatched flavors of Chef Oz’s international cooking style in a memorable dine, drink, shop experience. De Nada Kitchen & Market strives to share flawlessly executed, eclectic recipes, both familiar and unexpected with its loyal community of patrons.

In the restaurant’s most recent news, De Nada Kitchen & Market is hosting an unparalleled tasting event – a 7-course tapas vegan/gluten-free menu. This experimental tasting occasion provides guests with 7 exquisite tapas courses for just $75/guest + tax. A glass of wine is also included in the price to provide a more indulgent experience.

“We couldn’t be prouder of our tapas-inspired tasting menu,” says Chef Oz. “We’ve made sure to offer vegan, vegetarian, and even gluten-free options to be inclusive of all patrons, while ensuring authenticity of each dish. If your tastebuds desire Spanish food with a flair, this is the ultimate tasting event you don’t want to miss.”

The 7-course tapas tasting menu boasts a delightful array of different dishes, including:

· Datil Horneado Relleno De Nueces y Queso Ricotta Vegano
· Vegetales al Escabeche Mixtos
· Brocheta De Portobello Al Chimichurri
· Tepache Shot
· Sope De Alcachofas y Yaca
· Sope de Picadillo
· Sope Imposible con Mole
· Empanada Horneada
· Rotating Dessert

To register for this once-in-a-lifetime and delicious opportunity and to read more details about the menu, please visit https://www.denadakitchenandmarket.com/tasting-menu-san-diego.

About Chef Oz Blackaller

As seen on Food Network's Cutthroat Kitchen and Chopped!, De Nada's Owner & Head Chef, Oz Blackaller, is a husband, father, chef, and entrepreneur. Born and raised in Mexico, Chef Oz moved out to San Diego in 2009 with his growing family, determined to leave his mark on the culinary world. Proudly serving the San Diego community for a decade, Chef Oz owns, operates, and creates dishes for his University Heights-based Kitchen and Market.

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Aspiring Innkeeper and Inns For Sale webpage included in new Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado website

Pikes Peak Paradise, located in Woodland Park, Colorado, offers views of Pikes Peak

Pikes Peak Paradise, located in Woodland Park, Colorado, offers views of Pikes Peak

Gable House Bed & Breakfast is located in the city of Durango in the Southwest region of Colorado

Gable House Bed & Breakfast is located in the city of Durango in the Southwest region of Colorado

The Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado website includes an "Inns For Sale" webpage for aspiring innkeepers

The Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado website includes an “Inns For Sale” webpage for aspiring innkeepers

Visit the Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado website which includes traveler information and lists properties for sale of interest to aspiring innkeepers.

For those looking to open a B&B, this is an opportunity to find additional information about inn properties which meet the association's standards for guest service and safety.”

— Sallie Clark, President of Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, October 17, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The recently updated mobile-friendly Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado (BBIC) website includes Inns For Sale information listings for aspiring innkeepers.

"For those who may be looking to open their own B&B, this is an opportunity to find additional information about purchase information for inn properties who are approved members of the association and also meet the association standards for guest service and safety" said BBIC President Sallie Clark. "For existing inns who are not yet members of the Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado association, this offers an opportunity to join the association and receive a complimentary listing on the Inns For Sale webpage", she added.

Currently, BBIC inn members that are listed on the Inns For Sale webpage are:

Pikes Peak Paradise in Woodland Park, CO:
Pikes Peak Paradise is a property with views of Pikes Peak. The bed & breakfast is surrounded by a million acres of Pike National Forest only three miles to the Town of Woodland Park with local restaurants and activities. Pikes Peak Paradise has been renovated and redecorated in a boutique-style bed and breakfast theme with imported euro modern furnishings and fine art collection. The five updated suites include new 1,200 thread-count linens, down pillows, down comforters, duvet covers, Egyptian cotton towels, and Spa Robes. All suites offer WiFi, Flat Screens, CD/DVD Players, music and over 1,000 DVD movies. Recent upgrades include a new GAF Grand Sequoia Armor Shield Class 4 Hail Resistant Roof, James Hardie Hardibacker Concrete Siding and a Viessmann Thermal Solar System. For additional information, visit: https://www.innsofcolorado.org/member-services/#inns-for-sale

Gable House Bed & Breakfast in Durango, CO:
Located on a corner lot within walking distance of downtown Durango and many local shops and restaurants, The Gable House offers a long history. Built in 1892, the mansion served as a private home, hospital, and is now a Bed and Breakfast with top reviews on Tripadvisor and Google. Within the 6,905 square foot home, there are original details preserved alongside modern amenities. Although there are eight traditional bedrooms, the home has expansion potential, as well as features seven parking spaces, convenient off-street parking, and a 3-bedroom carriage house. This property is an opportunity to provide the Durango lifestyle and a historical home. The Gable House is listed with Legacy Properties West Sotheby’s International Realty. For more information, visit: https://www.innsofcolorado.org/member-services/#inns-for-sale

Tips for Aspiring Innkeepers considering a purchase of a bed and breakfast property:
1. Research-Research-Research
2. Stay in B&Bs, talk to innkeepers, take aspiring courses, read books and gain an understanding of the business/personal side of the innkeeping profession.
3. As conditions of the sale, review Profit and Loss statements and tax returns, ensure that past guest lists and collateral materials are included with the sale as well as the property's website (URL, email addresses, photo and content rights). Ensure that any outstanding gift certificates for future stays and guest deposits are included as liabilities. Work with a real estate professional that is familiar with the bed and breakfast industry.
4. Receive a list of the inn's current online and print directory advertising to assure that the inn has maintained memberships in professional associations and paid listings.
5. Research the reputation of the property through review websites such as Tripadvisor, Google, Yelp and others, while assessing the physical and advertising improvements that may be needed for future financial viability.

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Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado's Bross Hotel B&B featured in well-known CO magazine for wine country getaways

Whatever season, Colorado B&Bs  like the Bross Hotel offer the perfect choice to #BookDirect and #BookAhead

Whatever season, Colorado B&Bs like the Bross Hotel offer the perfect choice to #BookDirect and #BookAhead

The inviting front porch features rocking chairs in a quaint setting

The inviting front porch features rocking chairs in a quaint setting

The inn features 10 inviting rooms with private baths

The inn features 10 inviting rooms with private baths

The Bross Hotel B&B has been a lodging establishment for 115 years and is nestled in the small town of Paonia, Colorado.

We were delighted to be included in this recent travel piece focused on Colorado's wine regions – so, come enjoy our second story veranda with some West Elks AVA wine while the season lasts.”

— Suzanne Tripp & Mike Yengling, Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, October 17, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado's member inn, the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast was recently featured in the well-known Colorado publication, 5280, Denver's Mile-High Magazine. In the article, "5 Weekend Trips Through Colorado's Wine-Making Regions", writer Courtney Holden shares various itineraries, with local wineries, outdoor sites, dining suggestions and overnight lodging options, including the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast in Paonia.

In response to the magazine coverage, the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast innkeepers Suzanne Tripp and Mike Yengling stated, "We were delighted to be included in this recent 5280 Magazine travel piece focused on Colorado's wine regions – so, come enjoy our second story veranda and the still-green cottonwood trees with some West Elks AVA wine while the season lasts… sunshine and temps in the 60s in the North Fork Valley starting this weekend!"

5280, Denver's Mile-High Magazine, featured the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast in the October 2021 issue in which writer Courtney Holden characterizes by stating, "Rocking chairs on the front porch of the 115-year-old Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast might just be the comfiest spots to relax after a day of wine tasting…" To read the full 5280, Denver's Mile-High Magazine article, visit https://www.5280.com/2021/10/5-weekend-trips-through-colorados-wine-making-regions/

The Bross Hotel B&B has been a lodging establishment for over 115 years and is nestled in the small town of Paonia, Colorado. Guests are welcomed in the front parlor and checked in to the 10 guest rooms, each with a private bath, located on the second and third floors. They are invited and encouraged to enjoy the perennial gardens, the porches, decks and patios, and the all-purpose lounge. The balcony is a spot for a glass of wine or beverage before dinner and located just one block from the town’s main intersection, guests can walk to restaurants, cultural activities, and shopping. The town park, the site of summer festivals and music events, is nearby. The Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast is centrally located for visiting local wineries, museums, outdoor parks and farmer’s markets with home-grown produce. Throughout the year, the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast offers a variety of special events, deals, and packages – many in collaboration with other local groups/businesses. Paonia is an active place with events and activities to engage both locals and visitors. The Western Slope of Colorado is known for it's agricultural community, outdoor activities and award-winning wineries as well as the temperate climate, which local Coloradans are known to refer to as "Colorado's Sun Belt".

For more information on the Bross Hotel Bed & Breakfast, contact the Inn directly at www.Paonia-Inn.com or call 970-527-6776 for reservations.

*Each of the Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado (BBIC) member inns adhere to a set of hospitality standards to assure guest comfort and safety. Visit the main webpage to view all BBIC member properties, book direct links to official bed and breakfast websites and Colorado activities at www.InnsofColorado.org

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International Spa & Beauty Awards announces global winners for year 2021

International Spa Awards

International Spa Awards

Hotel Guest service app

Guest Service App for Hotel

Best Travel CRM Software Feature

Best Travel CRM Software Feature

Restaurant QR Menu app - Mr resto

Restaurant QR Menu app – Mr resto

International Spa & Beauty Awards announces global winners for year 2021

DUBAI, DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, October 17, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — International Spa & Beauty Awards is pleased to announce the winners of the Year 2021 for all 6 regions. The International Spa Award recognises and celebrates excellence in all aspects of the spa & Beauty industry around the world. These awards offer a unique opportunity to Hotel Spa, Independent spa, Beauty Salons around the globe to benchmark and showcase their unique achievements.

These awards have attracted attention from specialists, customers, local and international print. Electronic media and social media influencers in the spa and beauty industry are part of the interested team that will follow this award program. The international attention accorded to this year’s awards ceremony offers an excellent marketing platform for spas, beauties, and salons worldwide that are promoting their salons and Spa.

The International Spa & beauty Awards 2021 attracts nominees from 6 regions around the globe. These are the Americas, Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and Oceania. Over 60 countries from these regions are represented in this year's prestigious spa and beauty awards. The nominees in the 2021 award program cover spas, spa destinations, wellness retreat, Hotel spa, day spa & beauty salon

The winners in this year’s program are selected after a rigorous and careful three-step process namely: a First level Jury Review, followed by Voting then a Final Jury Review. All members of the jury have been selected to reflect and ensure international best practices in spa and beauty awards. A whopping 150,000 voting points received in the year 2021 international spa & beauty awards.

International spa & beauty awards proudly announce the following winners for Year 2021.

Au Petit Soin,Delmas,Haiti – Best Day Spa in Haiti 2021
TIME FOR SPA,LUMIAR,Portugal – Best Day Spa 2021
New York Ayurveda & Panchakarma Cente,New York,United States – Best Ayurveda Wellness Spa in USA 2021
Ponha Aqui o Seu Pezinho,Lisbon,Portugal – Best Foot Spa & Reflexology 2021
THAI LOTUS SPA OÜ,Tallinn,Estonia – Best Thai Massage and Spa in Estonia 2021
Lillehammer SPA AS,Lillehammer,Norway – Best Day Spa and wellness Centre in Norway 2021
Pure Emporium Ltd,Herefordshire,United Kingdom – Best Beauty Salon in Herefordshire 2021
ZZ Day Spa INC,New York,United States – Best Day Spa in New York, USA 2021
Spa Soul at The Bodrum Edition,Bodrum,Turkey – Best Luxury Resort Spa in Turkey 2021
Earth and Skin,Australia – Best Luxury Day Spa in Australia 2021
La Villa Clemenceau,Bordeaux,France – Best Luxury Spa with Salon 2021
LANAI green nature SPA,Minden,Germany – Best Holistic Wellness Retreat 2021 , Best Green /Eco Spa in Germany 2021
Clinique La Prairie,Montreux,Switzerland – Best Destination Spa in Switzerland 2021, Best Wellness Retreat in Europe 2021
Allure Health and Med spa,Omaha,United States – Best Health and Medical Spa in United States 2021
Mirrors Beauty Lounge,Dubai,United Arab Emirates – Best Female Salon in Dubai 2021
Edilma Therapy,Cork City,Ireland – Best Spa Therapist in Ireland 2021
UNIQUE DAY SPA,Dublin,Ireland – Best Day Spa 2021
N Bar,Dubai,United Arab Emirates – Best Nail Salon in UAE 2021
The Lounge Spa,Dubai,United Arab Emirates – Best Luxury Day Spa in UAE 2021
Sisi therapy,Saint Paul's Bay,Malta – Best Beauty Salon 2021
Flow Thai Massage & SPA,Richmond,Canada – Best Luxury Spa & Wellness Centre 2021
The Massage Place,Santa Monica,United States – Best Day Spa in Santa Monica, United States 2021
The Bath House – Russian Banya,London,United Kingdom – Best Day Spa in London 2021
Green River Wellness,Rijeka,Croatia – Best New Wellness Centre 2021
Chutima Therapy,Brighton,United Kingdom – Best Thai Massage and Spa 2021
The Spa at Hilton Luxor Resort & Spa,Luxor,Egypt – Best Luxury Wellness Spa in Egypt 2021
Soul Senses Spa & Wellness,Dubai,United Arab Emirates – Best Day Spa in Dubai 2021 ,Best Hotel Spa in Dubai 2021
Cervo Mountain Resort,Switzerland – Best Holistic Spa in Switzerland 2021
1847 For Men,Dubai,United Arab Emirates – Best Male Salon in UAE 2021
eforea Spa at Hilton Salwa Beach Resort & Villa,Doha,Qatar – Best Luxury Destination Spa in Qatar 2021
Savanna Thai Massage,Calgary , Canada – Best Thai Spa in Calgary 2021
Radisson Blu Hotel Yerevan,Yerevan,Armenia – Best Hotel Spa in Armenia 2021
BOUDOIR Day Spa,Tokyo,Japan – Best Day Spa in Tokyo 2021
Ultima Gstaad Spa & Clinic,Gstaad,Switzerland – Best Luxury Hotel Spa & Wellness in Switzerland 2021
King and Queen Spa Inc. K,Vancouver ,Canada – Best Beauty Salon in Vancouver , Canada 2021
Medical Refresh Beauty & Health,Munich,Germany – Best Medical Beauty Salon in Germany 2021
Balance Ayurvedic Center & Spa owned by Landmark Group,Dubai,United Arab Emirates – Best Ayurveda Wellness Spa in Middle East 2021
Shine Spa by Sheraton,Chennai,India – Best Resort Spa in India 2021
Sindhorn Wellness by Resense, Kempinski Hotels,Bangkok,Thailand – Best New Luxury Hotel Spa in Thailand 2021
RADISSON BLU PALACE RESORT THALASSO & SPA DJERBA,Djerba,Tunisia – Best Destination Spa in Tunisia 2021
Te Aroha Mineral Spas,Te Aroha,New Zealand – Best Destination Spa in Oceania 2021
Mandala Wellness,Ho Chi Minh City,Vietnam – Best Wellness Centre in Vietnam 2021
Upper Village Spa,Toronto,Canada – Best Day Spa in Toronto 2021
YHI Spa,Ko Samui,Thailand – Best Luxury Resort Spa in Thailand 2021
Apurva Spa at The Apurva Kempinski Bali,Denpasar,Indonesia – Best Destination Spa in Indonesia 2021 ,Best Spa Team in Indonesia 2021
Semiramis Spa,Cairo,Egypt – Best Luxury Day Spa in Egypt 2021
sisters beauty lounge,Dubai,United Arab Emirates – Best Luxury Beauty Salon in UAE 2021 ,Best Female Salon in UAE 2021
Willow Stream Spa – Fairmont, The Palm Dubai,Dubai,United Arab Emirates – Best Luxury Resort Spa and Wellness in UAE 2021

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Wild Horses: Changing A Problem Into A Solution

Shooting free-roaming wild horses with PZP is 'harassment', a violation of the federal Act protecting wild horses. Using PZP is 'selective breeding' and causes social disruption in family-bands and leads to genetic erosion, jepordizing sustainability of the species.

Shooting free-roaming wild horses with PZP is ‘harassment’, a violation of the federal Act protecting wild horses. Using PZP is ‘selective breeding’ and causes social disruption in family-bands and leads to genetic erosion, jepordizing sustainability of the species.

A magnificent lone stallion stares into the distant snowy mountains. Photo by: William E. Simpson II - "Over the past 7-years living among and studying free-roaming wild horses, I am privledged to catch special moments.

A magnificent lone stallion stares into the distant snowy mountains. Photo by: William E. Simpson II – “Over the past 7-years living among and studying free-roaming wild horses, I am privledged to catch special moments.

The Deptartment of Interior and Bureau of Land Management are engaged in a so-called management plan that is devastating the genetic survival of wild horses, and is made worse via the use of PZP and GonaCon with the support of some non-profits

The Deptartment of Interior and Bureau of Land Management are engaged in a so-called management plan that is devastating the genetic survival of wild horses, and is made worse via the use of PZP and GonaCon with the support of some non-profits

One of the amazing wild horses at Wild Horse Ranch that wouldn't be here if we allowed PZP

One of the amazing wild horses at Wild Horse Ranch that wouldn’t be here if we allowed PZP. Photo: William E. Simpson II

Wild horses seen reducing wildfire fuels off a forest floor, protecting the forest

A family band of native species American wild horses is seen symbiotically reducing wildfire fuels off a forest floor, making the trees more fire resistant. Photo: William E. Simpson II

Changing current failed wild horse advocacy policy and resulting management to enable a genuinely sustainable solution requires courage and intellectual honesty

PZP Is 'Genetic Poison', and shooting PZP projectiles into free-roaming American wild horses is 'harassment' and a violation of the federal Act that protects wild horses.”

— William E. Simpson II – Naturalist

YREKA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, October 17, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The first and arguably most important step in solving any problem, even one as complex as the issues around the sustainable conservation of free-roaming American wild horses, is to:

1. Recognize there is a problem; and,
2. Identify and define the problem… at its root.

This is much harder to accomplish than it sounds. That’s because of the extensive white-noise that is primarily made-up from misinformation that largely fills the bandwidth of most interested wild horse stakeholders and informs the opinions of many others, including people who have ‘good intentions’.

Importantly, ‘good intentions’ can kill when they are combined with flawed applications of science. One example of this would be the improper application of cardio pulmonary resuscitation (‘CPR’) on a patient. Even with the ‘best intentions’ by a good Samaritan, the improper application of CPR will reduce the odds of survival of the patient.

The Problem:

Wild horses in America are not being managed in harmony with natural evolutionary processes. All wildlife management must be conducted in concert with natural processes.

Wild horses are desperate for a genuine solution from the pressures placed on public land grazing uses by consumerism, which land-use pressures are only going to grow.

The current ignorant yet trendy paradigm of trying to replace natural evolutionary processes that maintain wild horse (wildlife) populations in equilibrium with artificial man-made processes, as so-called ‘population management’, does not yield a sustainable natural population of genetically vibrant wild horses over the long-haul.

More: https://www.einnews.com/pr_news/543923114/can-wild-horse-non-profit-advocates-save-america-s-wild-horses-by-drugging-them

PZP Is 'Genetic Poison' when used on free-roaming wild horses (wildlife).

Today, there are too many non-profit activist organizations whose ignorance of natural evolutionary sciences is harming the long-term odds for a sustainable natural population of wild horses in America. These non-profits are harming the long-term genetic vigor of wild horses via their support, promotion and or uses of porcine zona pellucida (‘PZP’) and GonaCon on wild horses.

More: https://friendsofanimals.org/news/foas-victory-forces-epa-to-consider-new-pzp-research/

The ‘Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act’ (Public Law 92-195; the ‘Act’), was enacted by Congress in 1971 and signed by then President Richard Nixon to provide for the necessary management, protection and control of wild horses and burros on public lands by the Bureau of Land Management (‘BLM’) and the U.S. Forest Service (‘USFS’).

Currently, the BLM and USFS are ‘managing’ wild horses and burros in areas defined under the Act as Herd Management Areas (‘HMAs’), which today, 50-years after the Act was passed, are grazing areas where wild horses are now commingled with livestock.

Most HMAs (not all) have been made largely devoid of apex predators over the past 300-years of livestock management on these public lands. The practice of eliminating apex predators is deemed necessary by the livestock industry in order to meet the market demands (price and quantity) of consumers for livestock-based products.

Consumerism (people) drives the markets for livestock products, not the other way around.

The BLM and the USFS are caught in the politics related to the lobbying crossfire of both wild horse advocates, who want less cattle on public lands, and livestock grazers, who based-on meeting cost-effective market demands, argue they need more public lands grazing.

Currently, the makeshift solution to this difficult market-driven dilemma is being addressed with aggressive round-ups of wild horses to create more livestock grazing, combined with the uses of the chemicals PZP and GonaCon as supposed ‘contraception’ to stop wild horse population growth, which in light of the best science is a highly flawed management tactic and contrary to maintaining vibrantly sustainable wild horse genetics and populations.

The BLM and wild horse non-profit organizations and activists who are engaged in the selective breeding of native species American wild horses using PZP are meddling with natural processes that are critical for the long-term survival of American wild horses.

When a human decides which animals get to breed and/or which do not, that is by definition ‘selective breeding’. And that is contrary to the intent of the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act (WFRHBA).

Pursuing wild horses with high-powered firearms and shooting them with projectiles filled with PZP is ‘harassment’ of wild horses and is arguably a violation of the intent and codification of the Act established by Congress to protect wild horses and burros.

Selective breeding of native wild horses by humans disintermediates the evolutionary process of ‘Natural Selection’ by the co-evolved predators of wild horses, which is critical to the continued survival and genetic vigor of wild horses.

More: https://www.einnews.com/pr_news/552908330/wild-horses-selective-breeding-and-roundups-are-driving-herds-to-extinction

‘Natural Selection’ is an essential evolutionary process in any co-evolved predator-prey relationship. This is why it is flawed management to maintain wild horse populations that are commingled with livestock populations in Herd Areas that have been made devoid of apex predators. This is great for livestock production, but terrible for wild horses, which require and depend upon their co-evolved predators for their genetic vigor and population equilibrium within any ecosystem.

Regardless of ‘good intentions’ by some wild horse non-profit organizations and activists, doing the wrong things for wild horses is harmful and inexcusable.

Excuses that posit the use of chemical contraception (PZP and GonaCon) on native species American wild horses as the best solution for overpopulation are examples of a poor understanding of evolutionary science. And this ignorance is driving the irreversible damage that is being done to the remaining populations of American wild horses.

It’s important to note and understand that the demands for more intensive uses of public lands is certain due to growing consumerism in America and beyond. And with these increasing demands, wild horses will come under even greater management pressures, unless a better solution becomes the main event in all discussions.

The Root of the Problem

Keeping American wild horses commingled with livestock in herd areas where apex predators have been depleted is perpetrating an ecologic injustice upon native species American wild horses, and perpetuates an illogical range-war.

In the light of natural evolutionary processes that provide equilibrium among animal populations, current management tactics are obtuse as are the many very costly workarounds, such as the failed attempts to address the fallout (overpopulation) from a lack of natural wild horse predators, using expensive roundups and contraception.

A Modern Science-Based Final Solution:

In a nutshell: relocating wild horses from areas of contention as intact family bands, as well as re-wilding wild horses from expensive off-range holding areas and into the remote wilderness, beyond conflict with livestock enterprises is the essence of the Plan.

America has more than 110-million acres of remote wilderness areas in the western states. Much of this wilderness is manifestly unfit for any livestock production due to difficult mountainous terrain, which adversely affects livestock management logistical costs, combined with the presence of robust populations of apex predators.

These economic challenges significantly increase costs of livestock production, thereby increasing the cost of goods sold (COGS) to a point where the end products are not competitively priced. Therefore, along with other laws, economics rules-out any potential livestock grazing in such wilderness areas.

These same remote wilderness areas are nevertheless blessed with abundant water and forage, yet are suffering from almost annual catastrophic wildfire due to the depleted populations of large-bodied native herbivores (deer and elk) that had previously inhabited those landscapes. In the not-too-distant past, these same wilderness areas had proper population densities of deer, elk and wild horses, which through their grazing, maintained ground fuels (grass and brush) to nominal levels year-round, keeping wildfires in the realm of normal wildfire (less fuel means less heat).

There have been serious declines in deer and elk populations in some western states (like, California, Oregon, Washington, etc.). And over the past decades, that has resulted in millions of tons of prodigious annually occurring ground fuels (grass and brush), which is now left un-grazed in these very remote wilderness areas. These ground fuels are then subjected to a warming climate, rendering these fuels viable for wildfire sooner in the season, and remaining as dry tinder longer.

Wildfire Fuels Reduction Using Wild Horses (‘Wild Horse Fire Brigade’)

Cattle and sheep have complex stomachs which digest virtually all the plant and grass seeds they consume, making them unable to germinate.
Wild horses, on the other hand, pass virtually all the seeds they consume intact out onto the ground in their droppings and able to germinate, providing a critically important reseeding function for native plants.

This evolved symbiosis between wild horses and the flora of the North American continent required millions of years of co-evolution, and is especially beneficial for wilderness lands that have been devastated by catastrophically hot wildfire.

The droppings of wild horses contain microorganisms (aka: microbiome) that help fire-damaged landscapes with pasteurized soils to recover via reestablishing the microbiome along with humus and the seeds of native flora .

Each wild horse deployed into these selected wilderness areas will symbiotically consume about 5.5 tons of grass and brush annually as the concurrently reseed the landscape, keeping a delicate ecological balance in place. The resulting wildfire fuels reduction via wild horses is virtually cost-free for taxpayers, and simultaneously solves the livestock-wild horse conflict on lands (HMAs) where livestock production is virtually a permanent enterprise.

An added benefit is taxpayers no longer have to foot the bill for the $100-million+ in annual costs that the BLM spends on rounding-up and warehousing wild horses off-range, nor the expensive taxpayer costs related to flawed contraception concepts that some people are motivated to support.

Two Potential Options Available To Allow Rewilding as well as Relocating Wild Horses:

1. Amending Section 1339 of the ‘Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act’ (Public Law 92-195) to allow the BLM and USFS to relocate and rewild wild horses into wilderness areas that are economically and ecologically appropriate.

Here is the current language that must be addressed: § 1339. Limitation of Authority:

“Nothing in this Act shall be construed to authorize the Secretary to relocate wild free-roaming horses or burros to areas of the public lands where they do not presently exist.”

Proposed amended language (by William E. Simpson II), for § 1339. Limitation of Authority:

“Nothing in this Act shall be construed to authorize the Secretary to relocate wild free-roaming horses or burros to areas of the public lands where they do not presently exist, with the exception that; in Wilderness Areas managed by the United States Forest Service (USFS) and/or the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) containing forests and/or other natural resources at risk of catastrophic wildfire; the BLM and the USFS shall under this Act have authority to re-wild American wild horses and burros from off-range holding facilities and/or relocate wild horses and burros from existing Herd Management Areas into such Wilderness Areas where it is ecologically and economically appropriate.”

2. Using existing law: Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2017 (HUMANE TRANSFER OF EXCESS ANIMALS SEC. 116) to transfer excess wild horses and burros currently in holding to other federal, state, and local government agencies for use as work animals.

H. R. 133—Page 358-359
https://www.congress.gov/116/bills/hr133/BILLS-116hr133enr.pdf

HUMANE TRANSFER AND TREATMENT OF ANIMALS
SEC. 419.

(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary of the Interior, with respect to land administered by the Bureau of Land Management, or the Secretary of Agriculture, with respect to land administered by the Forest Service (referred to in this section as the ‘‘Secretary concerned’’), may transfer excess wild horses and burros that have been removed from land administered by the Secretary concerned to other Federal, State, and local government agencies for use as work animals. (b) The Secretary concerned may make a transfer under sub-section (a) immediately on the request of a Federal, State, or local government agency. (c) An excess wild horse or burro transferred under subsection (a) shall lose status as a wild free-roaming horse or burro (as defined in section 2 of Public Law 92–195 (commonly known as the ‘‘Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act’’) (16 U.S.C. 1332)). (d) A Federal, State, or local government agency receiving an excess wild horse or burro pursuant to subsection (a) shall not— (1) destroy the horse or burro in a manner that results in the destruction of the horse or burro into a commercial product; (2) sell or otherwise transfer the horse or burro in a manner that results in the destruction of the horse or burro for processing into a commercial product; or (3) euthanize the horse or burro, except on the recommendation of a licensed veterinarian in a case of severe injury, illness, or advanced age. (e) Amounts appropriated by this Act shall not be available for— (1) the destruction of any healthy, unadopted, and wild horse or burro under the jurisdiction of the Secretary concerned (including a contractor); or (2) the sale of a wild horse or burro that results in the destruction of the wild horse or burro for processing into a commercial product.

You can find more information and a draft outline for a legislative bill at: https://www.WildHorseFireBrigade.com

About William E. Simpson II

William E. Simpson II is a naturalist/rancher living among and studying native species American wild horses. He is the author of a new Study about the behavioral ecology of wild horses, two published books and more than 150 published articles on subjects related to wild horses, wildlife, wildfire, and public land (forest) management. He has appeared on NBC NEWS, ABC NEWS, theDoveTV and has been a guest on numerous talk radio shows including the Lars Larson Show, the Bill Meyer Show, and on NPR Jefferson Public Radio.

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Matthew Keezer Talks about Assam, India – The Hidden Jewel of Enchanting India

Matthew Keezer Visits India on a camel

Matthew Keezer Visits India

MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA, October 17, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — If you have ever wanted to visit India and experience its ancient and modern wonders, then Assam is the place to start! For those who enjoy capturing photos of unusual wildlife, Assam offers unique creatures that are found nowhere else in the world. In addition, this charming North East Indian state is home to exquisite dining experiences that feature the very best of Indian cuisine. If you plan to tour Assam’s nature sanctuaries and incredibly intricate temples, then you may well have to plan for a vacation that extends beyond just a week.

Matthew Keezer notes that Assam is famous for its many different tourist attractions that can overwhelm visitors who have never
experienced such a diverse and well-maintained array of natural wonders. When it comes to nature-related exhibits, Assam is home to two-thirds of our planet’s one-horned rhinoceros – a creature whose appearance stretches back across the eons of time. The perfection that is associated with its nature preserves has earned Assam its number one place among the world’s best wildlife sanctuaries. In addition to the rhinos, you can also observe; Royal Bengal Tigers, Gibbons, Bengal Foxes, Wild Buffalos, Swamp Deer, Sloths, Flying Squirrels, Leopards and many other examples of, rarely seen in-the-wild, animal life.

Matthew Keezer also points out that the many other features of Assam’s tourist attractions include various different attractions that are suited for every member of the family as well as singles and those who are seeking a romantic getaway. There are numerous cultural offerings and modern-day attractions that include ancient temple tours as well as planetarium shows. The accommodations are most assuredly world-class and far more economical than in many other parts of the world.

Things to do in Assam

Matthew Keezer points out that this can be a surprisingly unique and diverse travel spot for those who are looking for nature-oriented activities as well as more urban tourist entertainment features:

∙Guwahati Planetarium – for those who like to view the wonders of astronomy, the Guwahati Planetarium is the prefect attraction for both families and space enthusiasts. This exceptionally popular tourist attraction offers a more interactive way of viewing the wonders of outer space.

∙Kaziranga National Park – This World Heritage Site is considered a major attraction for those who come to Assam. This home of amazing biodiversity is perfectly maintained and designed for its many visitors to enjoy to the fullest. Besides being home to its One-Horned Rhinoceros population, there are also many other surprises awaiting those who want a chance to see unusual animal species.

∙Kamakhya Temple – This temple is one of the most popular Assam attractions for those who want to experience some of its ancient cultural history. It is also one of the most revered temples in all of Assam.

Matthew Keezer wants to let potential Assam tourists know that now is the very best time to begin planning and reserving that next vacation to that exciting and surprisingly diverse tourism hot spot. By doing this, you can avoid the larger crowds of tourists who also want to visit India and its many popular attractions. Whether you are planning to go alone or with friends and/or loved ones, make this your first selection for a much-deserved vacation. Of course, Matthew Keezer also suggests that you follow all of the current COVID restrictions that are in place and can be found on authorized websites.

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Insurtech startup adds personal accident and personal effects insurance to rental car insurance suite

Rental Car Insurance That Helps You Outsmart The Rental Car Desk

Outsmart the Rental Car Desk with Bonzah!

Rental Car Primary Damage and Liability Insurance

Get That Covered Feeling with Bonzah.com

Targets Personal Assistants & Travel Planners for Rental Car Insurance

Get That Covered Feeling on the App Store

Bonzah is covering all bases for for those without auto insurance

CHICAGO, IL, UNITED STATES, October 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — DES MOINES, IOWA, UNITED STATES, October 12, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/

Bonzah.com owned by Pablow, Inc. (Pablow), an Insurtech startup based out of Iowa, is adding Personal Accident Insurance (PAI) and Personal Effects Insurance (PEI) to their rental car insurance product suite.

The addition of PAI and PEI to Bonzah’s products will allow www.Bonzah.com to become a one-stop online shop for rental car insurance. Right now, car renters can already buy primary damage, primary liability and supplemental liability insurance from the Bonzah mobile app and website.

“We’re launching Personal Accident and Personal Effect Insurance as part of our long-term commitment to provide affordable, easy, and convenient insurance coverage for rental car users,” said Steve Sherlock, Co-Founder of Pablow Inc. d.b.a. Bonzah.com. “With the addition of PAI and PEI products, renters can have better, more comprehensive coverage.”

Bonzah.com’s Personal Accidental Insurance (PAI) provides 24-hour accident protection to the primary renter or sharer and their immediate family for a death while traveling in a Rented or Shared Vehicle during the entire period of the Rental Agreement. PAI covers both accidental loss of life and medical expenses, ensuring up to $50,000 for renter loss of life and $1,000 in medical insurance coverage.

Meanwhile, the Personal Effects Insurance (PEI) provides limited coverage for loss or damage to personal belongings due to theft of, damage to, or accidents involving a Rental or Shared Vehicle.

“As a heavy car rental user myself, I want to make sure that we at Bonzah live up to our promise of helping car renters get peace of mind through superior insurance products and services that they can conveniently buy online,” adds Sherlock.

PAI and PEI will is now available for car renters to purchase on the Bonzah website at
www.Bonzah.com. Customers can also download the app from the App Store, and choose from Bonzah’s rental car insurance product suite.

For more information about this release, Pablow or Bonzah please visit the company website at www.Bonzah.com or contact Steve Sherlock, Co-Founder and CEO for Pablow, at admin@bonzah.com

About Pablow, Inc. (Pablow)

Pablow Inc. (Pablow) is a global insurtech startup and a 2015 Global Insurance Accelerator graduate focused on improving access to short-duration insurance in the vacation rental, car rental and travel categories. As a licensed agent in all 50 US states and DC, Pablow works with leading insurance companies, including Arch Insurance, IMG, and ATIG. For more details please visit www.Bonzah.com

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Colorado Inn With A Spa – Frisco Inn on Galena offers Bed & Breakfast Spa Packages

The Frisco Inn on Galena features its own Mount Royal Spa

The Frisco Inn on Galena features its own Mount Royal Spa

Frisco Inn on Galena, Colorado

Frisco Inn on Galena, Colorado

Frisco Inn on Galena offers an on-site spa for wellness and relaxation

Frisco Inn on Galena offers an on-site spa for wellness and relaxation

The Mount Royal Spa and Wellness Center at the Frisco Inn on Galena offers massage and services where guests can choose from a variety of body treatments.

It's the perfect setting to 'Relax, Reconnect, Recreate, and Rejuvenate', with an ambiance reminiscent of the fine, small hotels and B&B’s, of Europe.”

— Bruce Knoepfel, Frisco Inn on Galena Innkeeper

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, October 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — While staying at a Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado member inn is a key to assuring clean and comfortable stays, many of the association's member properties offer add-on spa services. One such property not only provides spa services, it also offers its own in-house spa.

The Frisco Inn on Galena is a boutique-style hotel and bed & breakfast, featuring the Mount Royal Spa. It's a premier lodging experience in the small historic town of Frisco in Summit County, Colorado and only a short distance from the mountain town of Breckenridge. This inn offers personalized service, hospitality, amenities, massage services, and dining. As innkeeper Bruce Knoepfel says, "It's the perfect setting to 'Relax, Reconnect, Recreate, and Rejuvenate', with an ambiance reminiscent of the fine, small hotels and B&B’s, of Europe."

The Mount Royal Spa and Wellness Center offers relaxing massage services and treatments and guests can choose from a variety of body treatments to experience after a day on the slopes, trails, or bike paths. Massage and Spa Services include Deep Tissue, Hot Stone, Himalayan Salt Stone or a Swedish massage, in addition to an assortment of Specialty Treatments, Spa Packages and Enhancements. Guests who stay at the Frisco Inn on Galena, can also receive a discount on their spa services, so guests will want to ask when booking a stay. Call 970-368-6407 to book a massage or click on the “Read About Frisco Inn" button to book a trip to the Frisco Inn on Galena.

Located in the heart of Frisco, Colorado, the inn is surrounded by the world-class ski and summer resorts of A-Basin, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Keystone, Lake Dillon/Frisco Marina, Loveland and Vail. Frisco is bordered on the northwest by the Eagles Nest Wilderness area. The inn features 15 individually appointed guest rooms with private baths and is nestled among the mountains in close proximity to Lake Dillon.

*Each of the Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado member inns adhere to a set of standards to assure your comfort and safety.  Check out the main page to view all member properties at www.InnsofColorado.org 

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