For my first post on my new blog here at GJSentinel.com, I had hoped to write a short piece about the presentation I gave at the Mesa County Library last night called, "You Can't Get There From Here." The presentation looked at historical obstacles to travel on the Western … moreSee all History According to Bob entries
I ordered South American oca plants from Territorial Seed this spring. Oca, for anyone who didn’t read the earlier post, is related to a common weed, but grown as a staple by indigenous people of the Andes. It forms little potato-like tubers late in the season, which can be eaten raw or … moreSee all Let's Get Dirty entries
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 … moreSee all Penny Pinchers entries
Fruita and Grand Junction mountain biking trails have grown by leaps and bounds. Find trails, ideas and more.
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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 … moreSee all Music On the Goe entries
On numerous occasions, someone has asked me what they can do about a woodpecker that is tearing up the siding on their home. Not much, except wait for them to stop. At our cabin in the mountains, I have seen and heard them bang away at a metal chimney and even a metal bench. Usually, this … moreSee all Birds and More entries
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