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Our home, located in southern California, is only ten minutes from Disneyland.

 

When deciding where to live, our shared goal of having a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere with a big yard, a pool, lots of fruit trees and a great community became a reality.

 

It didn’t take too long before Sadie and Tucker joined the family (our two Jack Russell Terriers).

 

We then added a chicken coop with three egg-laying hens (Elle, Pollo and Loco) and a goldfish pond where Lucas loves to “go fishing” with his sticks. Lucas also has a turtle named “Speedy” and two quail named “Tex” and “Cali”.

 
After frequent trips to the local mountains, we ended up buying a vacation cabin in nearby Lake Arrowhead. At the cabin, we enjoy pine-scented air, cozy fires and watch the squirrels and blue-jays race to get goodies we place in their feeders.

 
Item 6 Canadian researchers report they have "solved" checkers, developing a program that cannot lose in a game popular with young and old alike for more than a thousand years.

"The program can achieve at least a draw against any opponent, playing either the black or white pieces," the researchers say in this week's online edition of the journal Science.

 
Item 7 Canadian researchers report they have "solved" checkers, developing a program that cannot lose in a game popular with young and old alike for more than a thousand years.

"The program can achieve at least a draw against any opponent, playing either the black or white pieces," the researchers say in this week's online edition of the journal Science.

 
Item 8 Canadian researchers report they have "solved" checkers, developing a program that cannot lose in a game popular with young and old alike for more than a thousand years.

"The program can achieve at least a draw against any opponent, playing either the black or white pieces," the researchers say in this week's online edition of the journal Science.