The USA is facing higher bills, and potential shortfalls for our energy use. Bush has committed a lot of our tax dollars towards ‘alternative’ energy sources – mostly coal [stop-gap and dirty], hydrogen [not really a source], and nuclear [expensive]. But there are two things that can have a huge impact on energy prices. These […]
I’ve been slowing down on travel writing in order to get photos posted. The last of my Cambodia photos are up: Banteay Srey and Banteay Samre Tonle Sap Lake: Random Cambodia: Saigon, Cholon (Saigon’s Chinatown), and the Mekong delta are next.
Interesting.. recent research suggests that the rhythm method might kill more embryos than other methods of contraception. Eggs released outside of the “fertile week” are obviously less likely to come to full term, but can still be fertilized and become embryos. Some people might have to rethink their “natural methods” approach.
While restocking at Trader Joes the other day, I was surprised to find an ingredient I haven’t had in 15 years – fiddleheads. Sauteed with a bit of butter and lemon, they are one of my favorite greens. When I was younger my family lived in central B.C. (Canada). In the spring we would sometimes […]
(All photos for this entry can be found here) May 2nd, 2006 We got up early to brave the crowds at the Angkor Wat sunrise. It was pretty amazing, even if it was a bit hard to move. After the sun came up it was off to Angkor Thom to wander around. Our first stop […]