Trip to Whiteoak Canyon Sat. Feb. 22, 2020
Kristin and I hiked part of Whiteoak Canyon on Saturday. Here are a few photos.
If You Can’t Stand The Sound of People Chewing, Blame Your Brain
White House Tour
Kristin and I visited the White House today on a tour. The Christmas decorations were beautiful. We had a great time!
Kristin and Ricky standing under the White House Seal
It was cold outside and the lines were long but all the efforts were worth it.
Prior to our visit we got coffee at La Columbe coffee
On arriving in DC we ate breakfast at Le Pain Quotidien. Nice…
Sausage Cook off
Carolina Pride vs Carando Mild Tuscano vs Jones Dairy Farm pre-cooked Chicken Sausage.
And the winner is …….
Carando Mild Tuscano. Carolina Pride has too much salt and Jones Chicken Sausage tastes like chicken…not pork. Between these sausages I liked Carando Mild Tuscano the best.
Photos from TN and VA during 10/21-10/27 holiday.
Foursquare’s unusual pitch: The ethical data company
I thought I’d quit foursquare a couple years ago but apparently I did not! NOT ethical. Metatdata is personal data and can be used as such.
Source: Foursquare’s unusual pitch: The ethical data company
Organic SEO – Let’s Get Real
Web Development and Internet Support
Come to the Best of Birthplace of Rivers Weekend
We have fishing , biking, hiking and other outings planned along with environmental education sessions. Please check and make sure there is room, this quite possibly is a once in a lifetime, never to be repeated event.
WV Rivers Policy Updates: Tank Bill Improvements, Help Keep Science a Priority, Contact Your Senators
If scientific and fact-based water policy analysis and advocacy matters to you, please make a tax-deductible donation to WV Rivers’ Science Fund. The Science Fund pays for critical needs like fact sheets, expert testimony, and tools that make it easy for you to submit comments. This is expensive, labor intensive work and it depends entirely on support from people, like you, to happen.
Thanks to a pledge from a generous donor, the first $10,000 donated to WV Rivers’ Science Fund will be matched, doubling your impact! Any amount helps, please donate today!
Last week a bill, HB 2909, was introduced that would abolish the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection’s Office of the Environmental Advocate. The Environmental Advocate serves an important role in state government, providing daily assistance to the public on environmental issues and WVDEP related questions. Important issues handled by the Office of the Environmental Advocate include: questions about the public comment process; how to appeal agency decisions; and how to file a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
We’ll be keeping a close eye on this bill and we’ll let you know when it’s time to take
: WV Rivers Policy Updates: Tank Bill Improvements, Help Keep Science a Priority, Contact Your Senators