Paddle Safely: Tips for the Canoe & Kayak Enthusiast

One of the best things when it comes to kayaking or canoeing is that they are user-friendly and remarkably safe activities for people to enjoy. Understanding the importance of safety, however, is extremely important because when you choose to get in that canoe or kayak, you are placing

Airborne Wireless Network “Answers the Call” for Broadband Expansion

Trending in the news today is President Trump’s order to expand broadband access. On the heels of this announcement, Congress is following a said order by coming up with a bill that, in essence, will be an aggressive push to make high-speed internet service more readily available in rural America.

Mother Nature Thrusts Climate Change Back Into the Headlines

  Mother Nature Thrusts Climate Change Back Into the Headlines ~ Samantha Lewis   Climate change is an issue that comes and goes in the headlines. At some points throughout the past and present the faltering climate is major news, with people like Al Gore attempting to shine the spotlight on the huge problems that […]

Naughty Mother Nature?

  Naughty Mother Nature? ‘I Like to Watch the Hatch’ Tee Can you turn away? Should you look away? The ‘PG’ rating is this: A pic that reminds you of Mother Nature at its finest. You know…that blessed ‘circle of life’ stuff where creatures keep ‘buzzing’ so habitats can thrive, and generations of their species […]

What ‘Topia’ Are We Working For?

What ‘Topia’ Are We Working For? ~ Samantha Lewis The YA world (and even over 50% of the adult one), will let you know that dystopian movies are awesome. Books that have come to the screen, from ‘The Hunger Games’ to the recently released smash hit ‘The Maze Runner’, talk all about the horrors and […]

We Need to Understand That the Sky Goes Green

We Need to Understand That the Sky Goes Green ~ ZZ Troutski 126 days of peace. That is the number, according to the Weather Channel, that is in the books when it comes to America not having to deal with a tornado incident so large that it not only took homes and buildings but, took […]

The Greenest Day of the Year

The Greenest Day of the Year ~ Samantha Lewis The greenest celebration of our world: Earth Day, is here! Easter is now over, and there are many people who spoke about how green they made their holiday. Many dyed their Easter eggs naturally by boiling them in water, vinegar, and natural dyes. There were ‘menus’ regarding […]

Taking up Residency with Mother Nature

Taking up Residency with Mother Nature  ~ ZZ Troutski   Finding a place to dwell is not exactly the easiest of all projects to complete during your lifetime. Some prefer the small town atmosphere where everyone knows everyone else at the local coffee shop; others prefer the bustling streets and always having something to do […]

Getting That Spring Garden Up & Running

Getting That Spring Garden Up & Running  ~Samantha Lewis It does not matter where you live (even if it is in a still cold, windy place after all this time of a hideous winter). The days that do allow the sunshine to peek through the gray clouds are putting that urge into homeowners who want […]

Claiming the Snow

Claiming the Snow  ~ ZZ Troutski You think cleaning up after that white stuff is bad!   Look, the snow seems to never stop falling outside some windows this year. Even with March here and Easter being talked about, the snow-filled skies do not seem to be moving away as they should, leaving a lovely […]

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