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The Anchor

In this journey of ours we cant even begin to move till we pull up anchor. I’m about to be crazy transparent. “Oh the embarrassment” but if we can not get honest about the problem we can not get on with our journey! 92 more words

Six Reasons to Hire a Professional After Your Flood

by Jeremy Strickland

Winters in West Michigan have a lot to offer. There’s sledding, skiing, and snowshoeing. There’s the pristine beauty of freshly fallen snow. There’s the joy of leaving the first set of footprints on your favorite trail in the woods. 623 more words

Home Services

The Phare Line

We decided to go and check out the clean up efforts at the Old Sechelt Mine fire. We didn’t walk the whole Line (yet) but just the crest of it was impressive. 20 more words


Okay, I’ve made up for lost time, that’s for sure.

I finished clearing, cleaning and disinfecting the linen closet.  The shelves are made of plywood that’s painted.  724 more words


Trapped trap

While vacuuming the linen closet, I went into the carpeted area under the bottom shelf.  In one corner I used the crevice tool to pull out what looked like a very old nylon knee high (they do NOT make nylons in that sort of fabric anymore, and haven’t for a very long time), tied into a loop. 337 more words


Untrashing the Beach 

It took nary an hour to save these two bags of litter from going into the ocean.

My friend, Carla, and I went to pick up some trash on Strand beach yesterday. 135 more words