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Warwick Valley Olive Oil Co. (@warwickvalleyoliveoil) Instagram Profile Photowarwickvalleyoliveoil

Warwick Valley Olive Oil Co.

 image by Warwick Valley Olive Oil Co. (@warwickvalleyoliveoil) with caption : "Have you tried our most popular infused Olive Oil, Tuscan Herb? A delicious blend of herbs including oregano, basil, gar" - 2005455221092177902
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Have you tried our most popular infused Olive Oil, Tuscan Herb? A delicious blend of herbs including oregano, basil, garlic, and rosemary make this olive oil perfect for bread dipping, seasoning, marinades, and so much more. You definitely don't want to miss out on this yummy oil. Stop by and sample it today!#warwickny

Delaney Brothers Contracting (@delaney_brothers_contracting) Instagram Profile Photodelaney_brothers_contracting

Delaney Brothers Contracting

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Need to set the soaking tub, install the plumbing finishes and a final wipe down. #warwickny

Kasha Bialas (@thefarmgirlcooks) Instagram Profile Photothefarmgirlcooks

Kasha Bialas

 image by Kasha Bialas (@thefarmgirlcooks) with caption : "#flashbackFriday 2012.... 8 year old Thomas getting his first lesson on the 1943 Willys army Jeep. No brakes on this 3-s" - 2005417001266545518
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2012.... 8 year old Thomas getting his first lesson on the 1943 Willys army Jeep. No brakes on this 3-speed 4wd beast, but you learn a lot about how to use a clutch. We always wait until after the main onion crop is harvested before we teach a new driver how to maneuver through the Black Dirt. This way there’s nothing to run over! . . I learned how to drive the Jeep (always orange... why, Sonny, why?) in 1982, my boy 30 years later. Anyone else want to share their experience with this beauty? I know you’re out there!

Brett Ryan Hair Artistry (@brhairartistry) Instagram Profile Photobrhairartistry

Brett Ryan Hair Artistry

Teasy Lights are the way to go for people who want that “Sombrè-Ombrè” look. Always remember Balayage isn’t a look, it’s a technique. I am not a huge fan of Balayage because I am not a lover of clay lightener and, I love foil work. Most of the times during color corrections I love doing the first session as a teasy light because it allows me to see how the hair is going to lift and what direction to take next. If you would like me to do a @youtube video of teasy lights explaining everything let me know down below. What do you guys prefer that sombrè/ombrè kind of look or a true high light or baby light? #warwickny

Meanie Greenie carved from a piece of firewood I saved from certain death. #warwickny