Tag: Travel

You Are What You Tweet?

January 10, 2011 0 Comments
You Are What You Tweet?

Good morning! Snow lovers…snow is on the way! There will be a slight chance today but better chances come tonight and overnight.  It should become widespread after Midnight.  Accumulations will be from 1 to 3 inches, just enough to add a fresh coat to the snow pack. Every so often I want to remind everyone […]

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Radar to Detect Tornadoes??? Grand Canyon

October 5, 2010 0 Comments
Radar to Detect Tornadoes??? Grand Canyon

A new radar in Puerto Rico maybe able to see tornadoes! The Center for Collaborative Adaptive Sensitive of the Atmosphere, an Engineering Research Center at University of Massachusetts Amherest thinks they have developed just that.  They have built radars that can look at atmospheric phenomena in the lower sections of the atmosphere beneath radars that […]

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Is it a Mystery or just a Spot???

September 5, 2010 1 Comment
Is it a Mystery or just a Spot???

Like I mentioned yesterday I went to Cali last week for a few days.  I was in the Bay area and toured most of the cities around there.  I am going to post a few pictures of my trip below.  It was absolutely gorgeous weather while I was there.  The temp climbed upward everyday and […]

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Winter, Farve and Warm July!

August 17, 2010 1 Comment
Winter, Farve and Warm July!

Alright a bunch of little things…. First check out Justin’s article below.  His pics are awesome and I have to admit that Pictured Rocks is probably my favorite place to go to in the UP. growing up an hour away we took many trips up there and it truly is a spectacular site to see.  […]

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Building Eco Friendly Cities

June 1, 2010 0 Comments
Building Eco Friendly Cities

Going green, Eco-friendly that is all the new trend nowadays and it seems that even cities are being built around this new fad. When I started to read this article I thought it was going to be about traveling to different new hip cities instead it was actual new cities.  Cities that are in the […]

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Hurricane Bob and the “Sprall”

May 11, 2010 0 Comments
Hurricane Bob and the “Sprall”

This past weekend I was talking about how we have to blog on our weather page and that I am always looking for new ideas.  My Grammy, like most most Grandmas, suggest I talk about an event in history.  She starts to tell me about Hurricane Bob which hit Massachusetts in 1991.  She couldn’t recall […]

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Hubble Turns 20!!!

April 24, 2010 0 Comments
Hubble Turns 20!!!

Finally some rainfall! I was reading Justin’s earlier post about the fact that rain comes sometimes when we don’t want it aka the weekends.  I have to admit I like the sunshine but the rain is so needed in this area that I can take a few rainy days for the better good of everyone.  […]

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Spring is Here! Snow but Not for Us

March 20, 2010 0 Comments
Spring is Here! Snow but Not for Us

Today marks the first official day of Spring! The start began at 12:32 pm Central time.  It was kind of ironic it was today considering it was much cooler than our past week.  Spring begins on the Vernal Equinox which is always around the 20th of March give or take a day.  I was reading up about what […]

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Pictures of Phoenix

February 16, 2010 3 Comments
Pictures of Phoenix

Good Evening! Wow coming back inside tonight I remembered why I enjoy the 70′s so much.  I was lucky and spent this past weekend in Phoenix with lots of family.  I had a wedding and I have to say the weather couldn’t have been any more spectacular, not a cloud in sight and highs in […]

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US Wonders Slide Show, Mess out East!

February 10, 2010 0 Comments
US Wonders Slide Show, Mess out East!

First off I want to share a beautiful slide show I found on a science website.  It is 10 beautiful places around the US. I did find it odd that almost all of them besides I think 1 were from the western states.  But I guess that is where we have really interesting rock formations […]

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