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Dry Summer Continues

It hasn’t rained in the last 4 years. The ponds have dried up and large lakes are getting there pretty soon. The city has jacked up the water charges. 92 more words


Isaiah 26:9

My soul yearns for you in the night; in the mornings spirt longs for you.

God has made us in the image of him. 14 more words


38. Activists Stop Shell Vessel as It Attempts to Leave Portland Harbor

Greenpeace activists have suspended themselves from St. Johns Bridge in Portland, Oregon to block a Shell Oil vessel from leaving port for Alaskan waters. The climbers have enough supplies to last several days, and are prepared to stay in Shell’s way as long as possible. 94 more words


37. TransAlta accused of timing outages to drive up power prices

The Alberta Utilities Commission has ruled that TransAlta Corp. deliberately timed outages at power plants during peak times to drive up electricity prices

An investigation was launched after the province’s market surveillance administrator accused the Calgary-based company of manipulating the electricity market by shutting down power plants in 2010 and 2011, when demand was high, in order to drive up power costs. 194 more words


three old growing questions, renewed

we’ve been here on the island in the north Atlantic for a long time.  potatoes, wheat and soybean is the topic.  three questions:

can they grow in western newfoundland? 66 more words

Respecting Earth

How to sustain a relationship with Jesus in 3 simple steps

So I wrote this little how-to a couple years ago in a journal and thought it would be worth sharing. Now mind you, it’s a little blunt because I was writing to myself and trying to be as honest as possible. 191 more words


36. Marine safety thrown overboard by Tories

Canada has the longest coastline on the planet. It is a sensitive — and often unique — collection of ecological zones that provide a living for commercial fishers, tourism operators and First Nations. 611 more words