Monthly Archives: March 2010

>Beacon of History in South Carolina

>Inspired by a local lighthouse destroyed by a hurricane in the 1800s, architect Steve Herlong created an eco-savvy home for his family on Sullivan’s Island. Enjoy! Bright Idea:  Having port-hopped through Europe on a sailboat, Steve and Susan Herlong have … Continue reading

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>Sally Lee’s Welcome Video


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>Spring Day Trip: Skagit Valley’s flowering fields

> Fields of Tulips Fields of blooming tulips beckon you to this corner of northern Washington come spring, when acres of multi-colored fields beg for some camera time. This area is one of my favorite places to go for a … Continue reading

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>A Soft Sea Washed Around the House

> A soft Sea washed around the House A Sea of Summer Air And rose and fell the magic Planks That sailed without a care — For Captain was the Butterfly For Helmsman was the Bee And an entire universe … Continue reading

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>Wordless Wednesday

>  Sunset over Willapa Bay  

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>International World Water Day – March 22, 2010

> Every year, 1,500 cubic kilometres of wastewater are produced globally. While waste and wastewater can be reused productively for energy and irrigation, it usually is not. In developing countries 80 percent of all waste is being discharged untreated, because … Continue reading

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>Beach Treasures

>What an exciting week on the beach! The weather has been clear and crisp and lots of beach combing and treasures were discovered. Before becoming a full time beach bum I always thought of beach combing as simply a leisurely … Continue reading

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