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I covered a national news story recently for the New York Times about the Spicewood Beach community running out of water. The private community near Austin has its own well that was gifted to the LCRA to manage years back. Now the community is having water trucked in to meet its needs. I gathered a Continue Reading »
Photos from Mt. Baker, Washington taken a couple weeks ago.
I thought I should make a post today about work I’ve done for a real client recently… Thus, meet Janet Holt, a rancher, who suffered from a mesh implant collapse that caused multiple medical complications, resulting in many surgeries. The lining is used most commonly for hernias and the FDA just issued a warning about Continue Reading »
After leaving Seattle we went to Bellingham, just south of the Canadian border. The weather was splendid and atmosphere grand. Apparently, it was the first time all year the sun had appeared for the greater part of the day, which made the energy among locals very positive. We went to a farmer’s market on Saturday Continue Reading »