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Desert Fishing

It’s an act of faith going fishing in a desert, but then sometimes one simply has to follow one’s heart (or gut for that matter) and take the plunge. 976 more words


EPA'S Toxic Spill

Government finds a way to mess up everything!
Can you imagine if a private company had done this?
Government is never the solution,
Video from Fox News. 10 more words


EPA Contaminated Colorado River to Toxic Orange

Exactly how does it happen that during an investigation into pollutants at an abandoned mine in Colorado, the EPA inadvertently ‘pulled a plug’ that was deterring waste from entering the Animas River, thus allowing one million gallons of toxic metals including, zinc, copper and iron flood into the river unabated? 653 more words


Moving slowly downriver

Tuesday 16 June  S28° 42.34’ E20° 54.39’

It was a cold and windy day. I moved on from Keimoes to camp at Tkabies campground, about 10 km downriver. 1,243 more words


Time of the year

Rain or shine, day of night, Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter; in South Africa we have a year-round floral display. Lithops (living stones)  originate from Southern Africa including Botswana, Namibia and South Africa. 24 more words


Three more great stories in the next issue of The Paddler ezine

Volga the national river of Mother Russia

By Mark Kalch

Russia’s Volga River is not only the longest in Europe at some 2,300 miles in length, it is also the continent’s largest river in terms of discharge and drainage basin area. 157 more words

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