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Concrete Leaf Sculptures. BIG ones! by Rosa V. Patient Expert Posted Mon 26 Aug 2013 11:33pm I was in bed last night (Friday) before I realized that I hadn't blogged.  I've been dog sitting Jada's friend Diesel, doing all the things you do to keep a household running smoothly . . . (not) . . . and working on giant rhubarb leaf sculptures. I  had offers of rhubarb after mine was destroyed in a hail storm  but in the end fo ... Read on »
Double shaft concrete mixer is in great demand in Russia by maysummer Posted Wed 08 May 2013 9:00am Double shaft concrete mixer  is twin shaft compulsory concrete mixer, which can mix dry concrete, plasticity concrete, flowability concrete, light aggregate concrete and various mortar. There are high manganese wear-resisting cast steel lining board and mixing blades in the mixing drum, which is durable and convenient to replace. Combining wit ... Read on »
Portable concrete mixer is in great demand in Russia by maysummer Posted Wed 08 May 2013 8:56am DASWELL DW series  portable concrete mixers  includes DW35 series and DW90 series mobile concrete mixers. DW35 series portable concrete mixer is motor or gasoline engine. 100/125L mixing drum are optional, very suitable for low investment. DW90 series portable concrete mixers can be diesel or motor engine, very popular in tight electricity countr ... Read on »
I knew you guys would have great ... by Dr. Johanna Marie McShane Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Sat 11 Apr 2009 11:39pm I knew you guys would have great things to say about success.  What success is turns out to be a big subject doesn't it??!  There are some themes that emerged in your comments. You all seem to agree that success is achieving some kind of goal/s for yourselves. The kinds of goals you named covered a wide, wide range: everything from a ... Read on »
HP cone crusher is the best choice for stone production by Gk Z. Facebook Posted Mon 17 Mar 2014 3:09am Sand aggregate is known to be the main material needed by large and major projects such as highway and high-speed railway. With the increasing construction of large projects like railway, road and bridge, faced with the objective and hard conditions such as tight construction schedules and high work amount of concrete projects, large-sized stone ... Read on »
NEW MEXICO: A Sojourn Across the Great Divide of Time, Digging Through Strata of Culture and History, Uncovering Layers of Consc by Gambolin Man Posted Sun 11 Apr 2010 1:42pm "This land, the plants, the hills and mountains mean a lot to us. It is home - full of peace and harmony. At times it is dry, other times there is rain and snow. I belong to this place." - Donald Suina, Pueblo de Cochiti Phanerozoic Time Scene: the Paleozoic era, 500 million to 250 million years ago. A vast shallow ocean ... Read on »
Great Urban Race - New York City by Chris Fotache Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 9:50am The Great Urban Race - New York City was not the usual race I would do, but it was one of the most fun I ever did, somewhat along the lines of the Mud Run (but much cleaner). This is an urban challenge for team of two, and me and Alina registered as Team Jersey Shore Rulez. The morning was not the best you can have before the race. We were planning ... Read on »
Great Urban Race - New York City by Chris Fotache Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:07pm The Great Urban Race - New York City was not the usual race I would do, but it was one of the most fun I ever did, somewhat along the lines of the Mud Run (but much cleaner). This is an urban challenge for team of two, and me and Alina registered as Team Jersey Shore Rulez. The morning was not the best you can have before the race. We were planni ... Read on »
Is the Stone Beginning to Crack? by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 10 Sep 2009 10:00pm When all was said and done, yesterday’s post turned out to be a bit of a downer – at least for me. I literally felt the crushing weight of the preponderance of Conventional Wisdom bearing down on me as I wrote, and the light-hearted banter was all I could muster to keep from total despair. Even though I tried to illuminate the conclusion with a ... Read on »
The Big Announcement and. . . My Calendars Are Here! by Rosa V. Patient Expert Posted Mon 19 Dec 2011 5:59pm So for the past several months I have been working on an Idea. I have always wanted to see if I could make some kind of income from gardening and although I tried something a few years ago while I was still bus driving, I found it too difficult to keep up with everything and just let it go. I t wasn't wasted though. . . I learned what I like ... Read on »