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Aug 1, 2012

Ohio American Coal murdered by Obama

Another casualty of Obama and the EPA

Regulatory actions by President Barack Obama and his appointees andfollowers were cited as the entire reason. "Mr. Obama has already destroyed 83,000megawatts of coal-fired electricity generation in America," said Mr. Michael T. W.Carey, Vice President of Government Affairs for Murray Energy. "Electric prices inthe recent PJM Interconnection monthly auction were bid up 800 percent (8 times)for 2015-2016 because of this," he added.
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Free Printable Topo Maps

Don't feel like paying for a laminated topo map?

The ones you see are to big?

This website offers FREE printable topo's.

All you have to do is laminate it.

The above is my topo.  Already in grid.  While the pic doesn't show it, the printable version has North and distance legend in mile & feet

 0.5 Mi
 2000 Ft

It is user friendly, just like Google Earth/Maps.  Just zoom in as far as you want and click the print icon on the map.

That easy.

U.S. government sues New Mexico for the future management of state's water supply

We all know how critical water is.

If you get out of line, Uncle Sam will cut off your water.

via Las Cruces Sun News

The lawyers told the committee the U.S. government is apparently trying to take over legal management of the state's water supply. The federal government has asserted claims for damages to groundwater in a natural resource damage case in New Mexico involving Chevron/Molycorp. The claim seeks for those damages to be awarded in the form of future water rights management.

Skittles-The Rainbow Candy

You ever wonder why Skittles says to "Chase the rainbow"?

Because they want to push the agenda of the rainbow movement and all the filth it represents.

Here is the latest nasty advert from the Wrigley Co (makers of skittles) as they promote bestiality.

That Time of Year-Part 2

As I noted in the first part of this post it was the all those native plums hanging there to get ripe.  They are almost there.

Yesterday I picked 75lbs of pears off of 2 trees.  On one tree it was 57lbs of pears.  This little tree is 8ft tall and this was it's 3rd year of bearing fruit.

Oh what to make...decisions...decisions.  ;)

30lb will be used to make a 5gal batch of pear wine.  The remaining will be made into pear butter, jam & preserves.

Last month Wally World had some trees clearanced out at the garden center.  I picked up a couple of Chinquapin Oak about 12' tall.  A couple of live oaks about the same size and 3 Myers Lemon trees.

These lemon trees are 3' tall and already had some green fruit on them.  Once I replanted them with a little goat/chicken manure mixed in, they have shot mucho new leaves and bloomed again.

All 3 now probably have 15-20 little bitty lemons on them with more blooms coming on.

The best part is I paid $2/tree