Category: climate change

Hurricane Ivan

Can a Hurricane Change Your Life For The Better?

For a free ebook, click here   Hurricane Ivan changed my life. September 16, 2004, the day Hurricane Ivan arrived, I awoke at two a.m. to pitch black, wind howling outside, and a curious sound in the bedroom: my dog lapping water. But our wonderful blond lab, Maggie, lay at our feet, sleeping. The sound […]

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Anodyne Eyes Deep Character Dive

Anodyne Eyes–Deep Character Dive

Many unusual characters work in Anodyne Eyes, my thriller, sci-fi novel. To better understand them, read below where I review Alex, Jabril, Rachel, Dan, and Jeff below. These characters are in the prequels, Dan’s War, and The Next Day. First, meet Alex, the father of Alexis, a fun-loving, adventurous guy. He works as a genetic engineer. Most […]

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Water Sense

How many gallons of fresh water per day are normally figured per person? 24 67 223 890 I found out I had no water sense. In writing my latest book I learned so much from Brian Werner at Norther Water Conservancy http://www.northernwater.org/sf and I thought I would pass it on. The answer, at least in […]

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Addicted to Water

71% of the Earth’s covered surface is water. What percent of that water is fresh? a) 2% b) 5% c) 0.01% d) 10% Answer is at the end. i AM ADDICTED TO THE STUFF. cAN’T GO EVEN HOURS WITHOUT IT. MY MOST FAVORITE SPORT, FLY FISHING, IS DEPENDENT ON IT. MY LIFE, MY FAMILY, MY […]

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Dry Flies on the Bighorn River in Winter?

Yep, this rainbow was so hungry it came right out of the water and tried to eat a rock by my foot! Had to take a picture. What else was I gonna do? Just returned from our biannual trip to the Bighorn river, me and 8 other guys. We have three drift boats and bring our […]

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