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Airbnb Has An Alpaca Ranch Listing - As people think about their summer vacations, it’s time to think outside the box for a change.
You could take a typical trip to a beach house or big city… or hang out with alpacas. There is a working alpaca ranch with an organic almond farm that is calling your name .The Airbnblisting notes it’s “Country living where the roads are dusty in the dry summer months. Private entrance to your room with private bath located just across the hall from the room. A variety of bread, bagels, fruit, and yogurt provided."
The ranch is 10 minutes from Paso Robles, California and the small rooms for rent are an affordable $74 a night. The accommodations are booked well in advance, so if you want to enjoy an actual relaxing vacation, grab it now!
Burger King’s Impossible Whoppers Are Going Nationwide
We recentlytold you aboutBurger King’s trial run of the new Impossible Whopper earlier this month and that went “exceedingly well,” so they’re now planning to roll it out across the country.
The meatless burger should be on menus from coast to coast by the end of this year. That’s great news for vegans, but this isn’t your average veggie burger – word is that these patties look like, taste like, and even bleed likereal beef, so more meat eaters may be willing to give them a try.
$50,000 Powerball Ticket Claimed After Being Hidden by Cat for Two Months
A Maryland lottery player claimed a $50,000 Powerball prize two months after the drawing and offered an explanation for the delay -- the ticket had been hidden by her cat.
The 67-year-old Baltimore woman told Maryland Lottery officials the $2 quick-pick ticket was one of several Powerball tickets she purchased for the Feb. 23 drawing at the Giant store on West 41st Street in Baltimore.
The woman said she put the tickets on her nightstand for safekeeping.
"When I buy Lottery tickets, I never watch the drawings or even check to see if I won until a few days later," she said. "What I didn't know is that after my cat knocked some papers off my nightstand, a few of my tickets ended up falling behind my bed. I didn't see the additional papers behind my bed until I did some spring cleaning."
The woman said she used the Maryland Lottery app to check the tickets.
"To my surprise, one of them was a winner!"
The woman visited lottery headquarters in Baltimore to claim her $50,000 prize.