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History According to Bob

Late July tough on 1869 Powell expedition

Things weren't looking good in the middle of what we now call Canyonlands National Park in the summer of 1869. Jack Sumner, the second in command of the John Wesley Powell expedition to explore the Green and Colorado rivers, expressed his concern in his journal. "July 17th - 18th … more

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Let's Get Dirty

July cucumbers

I planted three different types of cucumbers from seed this year, Suyo long, Sir Crunch a-lot and Marketmore. I ordered the first two from catalogs, but picked up the Marketmore at a hardware store when I realized the bugs every every single cucumber I planted on my front cucumber trellis. … more

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Penny Pinchers

Wal-Mart didn’t save me any money

So after reading a post from the 100 Days of Real Food blogger about Wal-Mart's improved selection of organic goods, I decided to head over there on Saturday for my weekly grocery shopping trip.  My bill at my usual store seems to just be growing and growing, and I thought maybe I … more

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Music On the Goe

What Does the Future of Streaming Music Look Like?

Roy LaManna, the CEO and founder of Vydia.com, a new online platform that helps musicians of all levels create, monetize and distribute their video content.   Have music and technology finally figured out how to get along? Possibly. Access to high quality streaming music … more

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Birds and More

CALIFORNIA VERSUS COLORADO: IT IS DIFFERENT OUT THERE! (HOW MANY HUMANS ARE ON YOUR LIFE-LIST?)

Humans are relentlessly mobile and adaptive. We go everywhere. We breed everywhere. That’s why there is only one species of human. Our DNA shows it. In birder’s parlance, everyone has the same life-list when it comes to humans--one! On the other hand, some folks can be quite … more

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