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Best Books of 2013

Best Books of 2013 : Instant Inspiration from the Water Community

Sort of sad seeing these engines stacked and basking in the sun of Arizona. Books are like these jet engines. We read them, collect them, but never throw them away. Unlike these engines, good stories last forever and give an endless supply of fuel for our soul. This year I was left blown away with […]

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Climate Change

Scrooge and the Southeast’s Best Climate Report

Marley was dead, to begin with … This must be distinctly understood, or nothing wonderful can come of the story I am going to relate.” ― Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol What if one ghost had visited Scrooge? Would he have changed? Bah Humbug. I doubt it. Scrooge needed the shock of Marley and three apparitions to show him the […]

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Claim Your Bubbazen

As if ripped from the script of "Raider's of the Lost Ark,"through the unfamiliar jungle we saw only glimpses. Soon we were there and climbing the ancient stairs. At the top of this Mayan temple I could only think to do one thing. Sit. I sat … [Read More...]


Get Naked and Save Water with Sprāv.

It was two knocks. Not three. Not one. Two knocks to know that my shower time was done when I was growing up. I had just exceeded my Dad’s own reasonable water use doctrine. Who knows what that exact time was. Believe it or not, showering accounts for an … [Read More...]

Accumulated Precipitation in Greenville, SC (Source: Blue Water Outlook)

Finding Normal in the Abnormal

Standing out in the rain, I could not believe what I was seeing. Newly formed rushing rivers were running through my backyard and around my house. This had never happened before. 11 inches of rain powered these rivers inches way from knocking on my backdoor. … [Read More...]