reported by BNP via the Genesis Review In the few weeks since the unexpected volcanic explosion that obliterated the twin cities of Sodom and Gomorrah, all hope of finding survivors had been lost. Just a cursory glance at the devastated area shows that it is still red hot smoking ruins, too hot to enter. The […]
Yesterday, the outside temperatures reached the upper 40s (Fahrenheit) by mid afternoon. The pool water temperature got up to an even 80 degrees. It was time to finally try out my pool! My husband and father had met early that morning to put the Fastlane in the pool. It was dark and 27 degrees when […]
I finally found a dry soup bean that will mature during the shorter Southwest Idaho warm crop growing season. Seeds of Change is a company that specializes in organically produced, open pollinated seed. They particularly strive to offer varieties that are not easily found, in an effort to preserve the array of plant life on […]
As I have said, the bicycle leg of a triathlon is the hardest part for me. This is somewhat frustrating, because it is the longest and, therefore, most influential leg of the race. While I do take some satisfaction in passing the faster bikers during the run portion, I am just competitive enough to […]
The hardest part, for me, is getting the seed out of the flower head.