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It's mid - winter and very snowy here in New Hampshire. Our snowplow driver and the winter sports enthusiasts are ecstatic. The snowstorms don't bring us to a standstill like in the northeastern cities.
I'm six weeks out from the last chemo and the February 9 snowstorm coincided with my Boston appointments. I was not about to miss seeing …
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On our way to the exit we stopped to look at the G-scale model train display. Living Desert volunteers built the railroad along with the world’s longest wooden “G” scale trestle measuring 202 feet and 8 inches. There are more than 3,300 feet of track laid. With six different loops of track, each varying from 150 feet to over ...
Today we went to a presentation by Marriott about whether or not to buy more time for vacation at this resort. Even though we opted not to, the person who was the Marriott representative with whom we worked was one of the most interesting people. Over the course of our conversation with him we found out he is a CPA, ...
... set, then made our way back to camp, seeing lots of mountain zebras along the way. We had barbecued oryx, and Greek salad for dinner. The best meal on this camping trip so far! I spent a good amount of time trying to clean myself up from all the sand that has built up all day. It felt so nice to tuck myself into my sleeping bag, look at all of the stars with no other lights, and listen to the zebras fighting at the watering ...
... these windmills capturing the energy provided by the wind maybe part of the answer. We have seen for ourselves the harmful effects the negative impact we make on our environment. The National Parks we designated years ago, but to maintain them for future generations will continue to require stewardship on the part of all of us. Windmills and other solutions is certainly a step in the right ...