Dead-Heading … bet you thought I was talking about Jerry Garcia! Nope, not this time. This time I’m preparing for next spring. As I’m “truckin” my way north of the border, heading for Toronto once again. As usual I’m always looking, hunting and scavenging. The splendor of summer — that is flowers busting in full color […]
Take a Walk on the Wild Side … or not! Every camping trip I’ve ever taken, whether it was with the Girl Scouts, with Mom and Dad and my sister, or with a bunch of friends required several essentials when setting up camp. First, collect firewood; tinder, kindling, and larger branches for fuel and while […]
My Dad: He always had what I needed Pretty much everything I know about recycling, reducing and re-using, I learned from my dad; not Daddy, always Dad. The not-so-good habits — like stock piling too much stuff that really should GO — I’m working on breaking. I got a hefty dose of reality this afternoon as […]
April 22 – Earth Day. Hmmm? An important day for sure to create and increase awareness … to assure respect and love for Mother Earth continues from one generation to the next. I just don’t want Earth Day to become another Veterans Day, Mother’s Day or What-have-you DAY; a day we set aside once a year to remind folks of what’s […]
Listen to this great Green Diva DIY segment podcast on up cycling newspapers with GD Mizar There’s nothing quite like settling in on the coach or the porch or deck, with a cup of coffee, your dog at your feet and the Sunday paper. I think, however, that’s a tradition fast falling by the wayside. […]
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Part 2 of our interview with John Voelcker, editor of GreenCarReports.com, about compliance cars – what are they and which no-emission electric cars are considered compliance cars? In Part 1, John explains what a compliance car is, which boils down to car manufacturers doing the very bare minimum in order to comply with California emission rules