Category Archives: electricity

Renewables

Renewables Every April my garden explodes with color and vibrancy, a newfound life after the doldrums and dormancy of winter.  I’ve planted a lot of perennials, so other than raking, weeding, and mulching, I don’t have much to do (!) … Continue reading

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EEEWW, Are You Going to Eat That?

[photo of a vending machine I spotted at the LCSWMA trash tour — best vending machine ever!] EEEWW, Are You Going to Eat That? We have some refrigerator food rules in our house: two days for fish, three for cooked … Continue reading

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The Holly and the Ivy

  The Holly and the Ivy It’s the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year when it’s cold — well, it used to be before climate change; today it’s 55 degrees in Central, PA — and dark, and most … Continue reading

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