White manna - dune worship

" Pegasus to Acheron . How do you suggest we can assist you?" It was eerie to be speaking to a man who was already as good as dead. The traditions of space were as strict as those of the sea. Five men could leave the Acheron alive, but her captain would not be among them.

Flower: Purplish-pinkish petals with 3 yellow nectaries that alternate with the stamens that are arranged in 3 groups of 3, fused at the base; 1-2 cm wide, 5 petals and 5 pointed sepals; in clusters at stem tips or in leaf axils; flowers do not open during the day; mid-summer.

Is this what it's going to look like for George Lucas when he dies? Walking through a wheat field like in Gladiator as he meets all of his iconic characters? Why are they in the afterlife? Was Chewbacca a real person all along, or is Peter Mayhew forced to wear the Chewbacca costume for all eternity as recompense for his sins in life?

The Spanish also dropped gold in Florida as a result of their adventures and misadventures on the mainland. The 1500's saw Juan Ponce DeLeon claim Florida for Spain in 1513, then lost his life to a native's spear in 1521. Panfilo de Narvaez then stepped in to explore, dropped anchor and ventured inland at Tampa Bay. Only four of his command returned, after a harrowing retreat by raft and on foot, to the safety of Mexico. In 1539, the great warrior Hernando De Soto landed at Tampa, and lost much of his manpower to Florida natives and disease, before eventually losing his own life near the Mississippi River. In 1559, Tristan de Luna brought some 1600 settlers to establish a permanent colony on Pensacola Bay. In two years, it was gone. In 1565, Pedro Menendez De Aviles was sent by Philip II of Spain to destroy the French Fort Caroline (Jacksonville) and founded Saint Augustine. Over the next 200 years, the Spanish attempted colonizing the Indians (with some success), with mission sites along a rough line from Saint Augustine to Tallahassee, and a few to the south along the St. Johns river to roughly Blue Springs, and north along the coast. There were a series of small garrisons set up, the most successful being at St. Marks (south of Tallahassee), Piccolata (across from Palatka), the cow ford (Jacksonville), as well as fully founded forts at St. Augustine and Pensacola. Many of these sites disappeared from history and memory, such as the garrisons around Tampa and Charlotte Harbor, and the mission sites of the Jaega region on the St. Johns River, long before all the northern forts and missions were systematically destroyed in the 1700's by the English, under Governor Ogelthorpe's command. During the Seven Years War (1756 - 63) between Britain and France, the Spanish sided with France and ended up losing Florida to Britain as the result of a complicated peace treaty. The British rule of Florida was relatively short: twenty years; however, during the War of 1812, Britain used Pensacola as a naval base, but ceded Florida back to Spain after losing the war. By 1819 Spain agreed to transfer Florida to the United States, rather than tangle with General Jackson, who had brashly "liberated" it, while chasing Seminole Indians.

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Inside & You’re Out (IYO) (City Bowl)
Fun and full-of-flavour food. Choose between juicy beef, chicken, pulled pork
or mushroom patties, stuffed with a variety of cheeses, and served with trimmings like whisky barbecue dip, hoisin and miso, basil pesto and crème fraîche. Eating with your hands is a must. End on a quirky milkshake.

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