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Cooking – part 1: what it has become


The world is busy. We are busy trying to keep up. It gets harder to find time for even the most important requirements of life and family. On the food side of things it is obviously apparent by a stroll down a grocery isle. If you took everything out of the store that has been […]

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What Disaster Looks Like…


Catch a glimpse of New York from the street level where Hurricane Sandy hit. See the love of Helping Hands:                                                                                                 http://vimeo.com/53357089 <iframe src=”http://player.vimeo.com/video/53357089?badge=0&amp;color=fad728” width=”500″ height=”281″ frameborder=”0″ webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen>   http://vimeo.com/53357089″>Hurricane Sandy Helping Hands</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/joshuabrown”>Joshua Brown</a> on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p> Be a friend by sharing…

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72 hour kit puzzle


I keep adding to mine. I don’t think my back will carry it anymore. I have most of it in a backpack, but I also have to carry water and a tent (if I’m walking)…so I think I’ll have to find something with wheels like some luggage bag. I don’t want to get caught like […]

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New York Now


  I dreamt of being in the top of a high apartment skyscraper. Hurricane Sandy was to blame for me having to lift the lid on the back of the toilet to get the last of the water for a drink. I ate every scrap of food in the place. I have to say I was […]

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Hurricane Sandy


What I see is are millions of North American citizens being reminded of what they should have done last year of even 10 years ago. I see them stocking their pantries with extra water and groceries because a natural disaster is in their backyard. If you can call a 700 kilometer wide hurricane on our […]

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