Monthly Archives: December 2013

Concrete Is Forever

I just wrote another blog about concrete. It appears at ECO-Tours of Wisconsin Inc. on A friend, who is a concrete finisher by trade once told me that blacktop lasts twenty to thirty years, but concrete is forever. He … Continue reading

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Building On What We Already Know

If anyone was surprised by the recent devastating tornado that hit Oklahoma, the flap being made of the IRS scrutiny of right wing not-for-profit applications, or the deaths of hundreds of thousands of farmers who have been put in such … Continue reading

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Dispatch from the Womb of Mother Earth

Me, after a 1360 foot (415 meters) climb. A day that started at L’anse Bay, Michigan. That night, I had to endure the lowest temperature during my Great Lakes Awareness Ride, 14 degrees (-10C). I put every bit of fabric … Continue reading

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