I had no idea that when I bought the raffle ticket for the gentle chestnut filly I would actually win. I had loved horses when a girl but as years went by bring adult necessities, I left behind my dreams … Continue reading →
Guess which produce has the highest levels of pesticide? Apples or Avocados? This handy guide tells you which have the most pesticides, the Dirty Dozen, and which have the least, the Clean Fifteen. Answer: Apples are loaded with pesticides, by … Continue reading →
Here we are, noticing our summer tans fading, dark roots growing out from our scalps, and waiting for the first winter snow fall amidst the freezing rain and blowing wind. Winter is rearing its ugly head and so are heating … Continue reading →
The global energy system is on an unsustainable path, The International Energy Agency said in their “World Energy Outlook” report, released Monday in London. Fossil fuels will remain dominant in the global energy mix for the next 20 years, supported in part by subsidies that, … Continue reading →
We’ve been covering the main lodge with natural fiber plaster (it’s earth based, with straw, fine sand, and wheat paste in it), and then adding alis over that. The two coats of plaster were great, but the aliz smoothed over … Continue reading →
I occasionally visit Los Angeles — the city of my birth and where I spent most of my life. I miss my family and my friends, of which many still live in this area. I enjoy visiting them. However, I … Continue reading →
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Using an outside safe sculpting technique of clay (directly from site), wheat paste, shredded paper and sand, these raised sculptures were added to the outside structure of the lodge. These were then painted using earth minerals, ( from a … Continue reading →