embarkonadventure.com embarkonadventure.com - Embark on Adventure | Adventures of a Girl and Her Dog

embarkonadventure.comWebsite Profile

Title: Embark on Adventure | Adventures of a Girl and Her Dog
Description:Embark on Adventure | Adventures of a Girl and Her Dog Embark on Adventure Adventures of a Girl and Her Dog Search Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Home Welcome to Embark on
lptelecom.ca is ranked 25408406 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $2,503. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. lptelecom.ca has 43% seo score.

embarkonadventure.com Information

Website / Domain:embarkonadventure.com
Website IP Address:
Domain DNS Server:ns2.westservers.net,ns1.westservers.net

embarkonadventure.com ranks

Alexa Rank:0
EveryoneDomain Rank:0
Google Page Rank:0/10 (Google Pagerank Has Been Closed)

embarkonadventure.com Traffic & Earnings

Purchase/Sale Value:$0
Daily Revenue:$0
Monthly Revenue:$0
Yearly Revenue:$$0
Daily Unique Visitors:0
Monthly Unique Visitors:0
Yearly Unique Visitors:0

embarkonadventure.com WebSite Httpheader

StatusCode 200
Connection Keep-Alive
Content-Type text/html; charset=UTF-8
Server Apache
Date Fri, 21 Sep 2018 07:20:52 GMT

embarkonadventure.com WebSite Httpheader

Keyword Count Percentage

embarkonadventure.com Similar Website

Domain WebSite Title
tommiblue.com tommi blue | the adventures of a brown eyed girl and her brown eyed dog
agirlandherdogboutique.com A Girl and Her Dog Boutique
guzzigirl.com A Girl and Her Guzzi – A Restoration Adventure
justagirlandherlittledog.com Just a Girl and her Little Dog
followthebeartracks.com Bear Tracks - A girl, her jeep and her dog
lonelygirldogtraining.com Lonely Girl – Adventures in Dog Training
bakinontheside.com Bakin' On The Side | the kitchen adventures of a girl and her mixer
agirlandherdogdesigns.com A Girl & Her Dog Designs | Brightening walls and souls.
stixandbones.com stixandbones.com – A webcomic about a girl and her dog
lisas-life.com Lisa's Life - one girl and her dog...and their blog
msmeetingadventures.com Ms. Meeting Adventures – girl, adventure and misadventure
adventuresofrayna.com Adventures of Rayna - A Blog about a wannabe nomad, her husband and her dog.
embarkdog.com emBARK | Owning a dog is a journey…are you ready to emBARK?
twocatsinthekitchen.com Two Cats in the Kitchen | A girl, her cats and their kitchen adventures
nicdouglass.org Adventures of a Sailor Girl | Live vicariously with Nic Douglass and her adventurers…
floralpassport.com Floral Passport - The adventures of a floral-print loving girl and her passport.
mymuttfriends.com My Mutt Friends - Adventures of a girl and her two dogs.
farfromperfectme.com Far From Perfect A Maine Girl and Her Farmhouse Adventures

embarkonadventure.com Alexa Rank History Chart

embarkonadventure.com aleax

embarkonadventure.com Html To Plain Text

Embark on Adventure | Adventures of a Girl and Her Dog Embark on Adventure Adventures of a Girl and Her Dog Search Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Home Welcome to Embark on Adventure About Molly About Juliean About Danielle Favorite Blogs Post navigation ← Older posts I’m Moving! Posted on January 9, 2015 by Danielle Hanna 2 Hey, guys! Molly the Adventure Dog here again! It’s been a really long time since I posted an update! Just wanted to let you know, I haven’t forgotten about you! It’s just that I hardly get a chance to get at my girl’s computer so I can write in. She’s always working! Okay, but she walks me every day, too. When it isn’t too cold. Which it has been recently. But she got a new coat for Christmas, so that solved that problem. (Wags tail.) Okay, I’ve got two big news items for you guys. You ready? My Girl Published a Book! Yep! For real! She’s been keeping a journal since she was five years old. That kinda makes her an expert, I think. So she wrote a book about journaling and how it can help you become a better writer. In fact, that’s the title: Journaling to Become a Better Writer. She used real pages from her journal to use as examples, so it’s part memoir, too. In fact, I’m in it! And so are some really great dogs (oh, and people, too!) that we met since moving to Washburn! If you’ve enjoyed following our adventures on this blog, you’ll probably enjoy her book. She says it’ll help you get in touch with your emotions and all that stuff – but more importantly, it’s the story of how my girl found her real family. She was really sad for a long time, and I wasn’t even sure how to help her. But everything is all better now! You can find her book on Amazon. Or if you don’t have a Kindle or the free Kindle app, you can download ANY ebook format on Smashwords. Other ebook retailers and a print copy are coming, too! Ready for the next news item? We’re Moving! No, not like for real. We love our little place in the middle of nowhere! But my girl has two more books to write next year, and maybe a couple of business trips to plan, plus marketing … The point is, despite our best intentions, we’ve been really bad at keeping up with this blog. My girl knows how much you enjoy it! So she came up with a solution. She’s going to let me write posts now and again at her author blog! So now you can find me at Danielle Hanna: Hearth & Homicide Fiction. In addition to behind-the-scenes stuff about her books, we’ll keep posting about our favorite activity: Being outdoors together! We’ll upload new pictures, too, when we have them. Those of you who are subscribed to this blog will be getting an email soon with the option to switch over to the new blog. I really hope you’ll follow me over there! Thanks with a million puppy kisses for following my girl and me (and the kitty!) at Embark on Adventure! We can’t wait to share even more adventures at the author blog! Did'ya like it? Share it! Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Replies A Real-Life Encounter with Flesh-Eating Plants Posted on November 3, 2014 by Danielle Hanna 8 My brother and I and my dog Molly had the experience of a lifetime during our trip to Bemidji, Minnesota, last summer. We saw a bog. Bogs, I used to believe, were something that existed in Scotland, Ireland, and Middle Earth. They were places where only creatures like Gollum knew the way through, or where mad naturalists kept gigantic hounds with glowing teeth, and where the evilest of villains sank to their fates in bottomless mud. So I was pretty excited to learn that there was a bog at Lake Bemidji State Park, just north of the town of Bemidji. I was even more intrigued when our aunt and uncle informed us that there were, as my uncle put it, “flesh-eating plants” in the bog. Also known as carnivorous flowers. Bug-eating plants, I used to believe, were something that existed in South America and other remote rain forests and perhaps in steamy greenhouses at academic institutions. They were the kind of plants kept as pets by mad scientists. My uncle recommended that if we had time for only one stop, we should see Itasca State Park. My brother and I debated it out. We’d both seen Itasca before–the headwaters of the Mississippi–and we loved the place. But … C’mon. A bog. With flesh-eating plants. How cool does it get? So, yeah, the bog won out. Neither of us ever dreamed we could see one in person in northern Minnesota. Much as I liked being home schooled (I could plan all of my own extra-curricular activities, like … I don’t know … WRITING), I regret we didn’t go on more field trips or read more literature on my own home state and surrounding areas. I grew up thinking that my corner of the world–the upper Midwest–was boring. All the cool history happened in Boston, Massachusetts, and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and all the amazing landscapes were in the Rocky Mountains and the forests of the Giant Sequoias. I remember seeing the mammoth skeleton at the Heritage Center in Bismarck, North Dakota, and wondering what part of Canada or Siberia we had it shipped from. I was an adult when it finally dawned on me that that was a genuine North Dakota woolly mammoth. Why, he probably even wore bib overalls and a feed cap and drove a John Deere and said, “Ja, vell, I s’pose.” Now, Bemidji, which I’ve visited many times, was already a land of wonders because it had lakes and trees and loons and black bears and moose. But a bog! Like I’ve said, these things are only found in Middle Earth. My brother and Molly and I had to hike a mile through the state park to reach the fabled Bog Walk. When we got there, we found a wooden boardwalk wending through the trees. I think I expected the place to be putrid and bug-infested. Instead, we found the bog to be sunny and vibrant. The ground was damp all over, but every inch of ground was teaming with greenery, and here and there a vibrant bit of color. However, I did encounter a strange little creature who knew the secret paths through the Dead Marshes. Okay, it wasn’t Gollum. It was a little brown mouse who scampered away without the least fear of being sucked down alive into the swamp. My brother and I kept our eyes peeled for flesh-eating plants. There were two varieties we had to watch out–ah, look for. It took us a while, but we finally found one. The pitcher plant. At the base of this plant there grows a collection of unique leaves shaped to catch rain water. Insects are drawn in by the pleasant smell the plant produces–and drown in the pitcher. An interpretive sign said that the carnivorous plants in the bog resorted to fly catching to make up for the low nutrient levels in the bog. Looking around at the abundance and variety of plants in the bog, I’d like to know what they call “good” nutrient levels. I never really had that thought answered. Nor did my brother and I ever find the other bug-eater, the sundew. Lookling like a sea urchin, it was supposed to trap insects in a sticky residue. However, we did alm...

embarkonadventure.com Whois

Registrar: ENOM, INC.
Sponsoring Registrar IANA ID: 48
Whois Server: whois.enom.com
Referral URL: http://www.enom.com
Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
Updated Date: 19-jun-2016
Creation Date: 25-jun-2013
Expiration Date: 25-jun-2017
>>> Last update of WHOIS database: 2018-09-21T07:20:52Z

The data contained in Everyone.domains, LLC's WhoIs database,
while believed by the company to be reliable, is provided "as is"
with no guarantee or warranties regarding its accuracy. This
information is provided for the sole purpose of assisting you
in obtaining information about domain name registration records.
Any use of this data for any other purpose is expressly forbidden without the prior written
permission of EveryOne.domains, LLC.By submitting an inquiry,
you agree to these terms of usage and limitations of warranty.In particular,
you agree not to use this data to allow, enable, or otherwise make possible,
dissemination or collection of this data, in part or in its entirety, for any
purpose, such as the transmission of unsolicited advertising and
and solicitations of any kind, including spam.You further agree
not to use this data to enable high volume, automated or robotic electronic
processes designed to collect or compile this data for any purpose,
including mining this data for your own personal or commercial purposes.

Please note: the registrant of the domain name is specified
in the "registrant" section.In most cases, Everyone.domains, LLC
is not the registrant of domain names listed in this database.";

For more information on Whois status codes, please visit