Author Archives: Jonathan

More Wind Turbine work done… and much progress.

Today, Dad, Davey, Barak, Josiah and I did some more work on the Wind Turbine setup… We had it up on a pole last weekend ago (thanks to James and Wendy for coming over to help) but didn’t see any … Continue reading

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More, More, More…

Well, I figured out how to do the ‘more’ tag….  😉

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Wind Turbine Setup

So, last weekend we started setting up a wind turbine… Here are a couple pics of it going up…    

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Woohoo!

Well, I finally imported from an old blog…  and it worked!  Who knows, maybe I’ll like WordPress…  😉 In other news, Davey and Barak had their first basketball practice today.  Their team is the Sabres.  They’ll be practicing twice a … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Welcome to my WordPress blog. I have (mostly) given up on DotNetNuke.  The installation process is a little too finicky, and the blogging is a little too out-dated.  And I’m not willing to pay a fortune for excellent, current, strong blogging … Continue reading

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Breastfeeding

June 13, 2006 – Copyright 2006 The New York Times Company Breast-Feed or Else http://www.nytimes.com/2006/06/13/health/13brea.html?ex=1150430400&en=95beac1a03e3df96&ei=5087%0A By RONI RABIN Warning: Public health officials have determined that not breast-feeding may be hazardous to your baby’s health.

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Our Experience With Plantain

A couple of summers ago, I was bitten by a brown recluse spider.  I research on the internet frequently, and that was my natural instinct in this situation.  Most of the information I initially found pretty much told me that … Continue reading

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Identifying Plantain

Yes, plantain is a kind of super-banana that grows in South America.  I have no explanation why a common yard plant in North America is given the same name, but there it is.  There are two types of plantain common … Continue reading

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Breakfast Cobbler

This was inspired by Flying Fruit Cobbler from www.flylady.net, but I made enough changes that I’m going to post the recipe here as my own. Melt 1/2 stick of butter in cast iron skillet while preheating oven to 350′ Dump … Continue reading

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Pancakes for 10

This recipe is what I am currently using for the 10 of us: Stir together the dry ingredients: 4 cups flour (usually half-and-half) 4T sugar 8 t baking powder (2T + 2t) 1 tsp salt Blend wet ingredients, then add … Continue reading

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