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Flight Of The (Supersonic) Concorde II: The 2019 Return

By Paul K. DiCostanzo Managing Editor

The Concorde is making a comeback. The supersonic commercial aircraft renowned for taking passengers Mach 2 was retired from service in 2003. 597 more words


I Am The Biggest Threat

As it turns out the previous owners of Molly are not the worst thing to happen to her, that honor falls to me.  We can all have a good laugh now at my last post of my super cute fuck-ups, “Oh no! 973 more words


The Amazing Fuck-Ups of a Restoration Amateur

I dont know about you but I’ve really enoyed watching this blog turn from “Molly McFixit to Molly McFuckit.” To honor this new phase of vintage trailer ownership I thought it would be fun to share some of the more idiotic things I’ve done while working on Molly.   341 more words


It's Not All Crushed Dreams and Broken Promises

I spend a lot of time bitching about Molly, A LOT of time.  I’d like to just take a minute to remind myself about some of the awesome things about her.   333 more words


"The role of trust in restoration success: public engagement and temporal and spatial scale in a complex social-ecological system"


The social dimensions of river restoration are not well understood especially in the context of large-scale restoration projects embedded in a complex social-ecological system. This study used in-depth interviews with diverse stakeholders to examine perceptions of restoration success on the Clark Fork River Superfund project in Western Montana.

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Environmental Sociology

This Is Progress?

The good news is that the silly deadline I had set for Molly has long since past and I still get to keep her, the bad news is that I keep making more work and can’t even imagine the day we can take her out on the road. 286 more words