Saturday 24 January 2015 to Tuesday 3 February 2015
Landing at the Denver airport Saturday night 24 January I was met by my friend Matt who I work with and will stay with him and his pregnant wife for the next 10 days. 1,213 more words
We were talking about this topic earlier today, and thought you would enjoy knowing where some of the farmer’s crops end up.
A large percentage of the dry crops like peas, lentils, garbanzos, and wheat are exported to other countries, but the rest go to companies right here in the USA. 137 more words
Hello loyal and patient blog-followers.
We apologize for our lack of update last week. We are sure it was a devastating time for all, staring bleakly at your inbox awaiting a weekly fix of exciting travel information filled with the witticisms of two lovely twenty somethings. 912 more words
So, guess what new SyFy television show I found while slumming through Netflix last night? That’s right right, folks, Z-oh-my-god-I-can’t-believe-i’m-watching-this-Nation has been recently released on Netflix in all its bludgeoning macabre exploits of “who’s going to die next?” or “why can’t I get a decent radio signal?” or “why is that chick dressed like a hooker?” or (for better or worse) “ZOMBIE BABY!!!” Have you seen this new zombie wasteland? 428 more words
MillerCoors might actually be slightly behind the times with this, but starting next month, they’re marketing a gluten-free version of Coors called “Coors Peak,” a “copper lager” that will be rolled out in Seattle and Portland. 323 more words