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Environment
by HLesley
2 years ago
What Happened to the Aral Sea?

Once the fourth largest lake in the world, the Aral Sea has almost entirely disappeared.

Home & Garden
by HLesley
2 years ago
Eight Unique Houseplants You Can Grow From Supermarket Produce

Some unique plants you can grow from fruit and vegetables you might have in your fridge right now.

Technology
by HLesley
1 year ago
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Geothermal Power in Iceland and Japan: A Study in Contrasts

At first glance it might be difficult to find two countries more different than Iceland and Japan. However, both countries have several things in common, including rich resources of geothermal power.

Lifestyle
by HLesley
10 months ago
Clam Digging on the Pacific Coast

There is nothing more delicious than fresh seafood, and a fun way to obtain the very freshest seafood is by going to the beach and digging your own clams.

Environment
by HLesley
2 years ago
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Can We Save the World's Coral Reefs?

Coral reefs have been called the "rainforests of the sea." Like the Brazilian rainforest, coral reefs are complex but delicate ecosystems which are threatened by human activity.

Travel & Places
by HLesley
1 year ago
Home & Garden
by HLesley
1 year ago
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Adventures in Wallpapering: A Do It Yourself Guide

Learn some interior decorating tips by sharing my wallpapering experiences.

Travel & Places
by HLesley
10 months ago
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Japan: Nature Calls

For women, a rarely discussed but vitally important aspect of international travel is answering the call of nature. This can offer fascinating cultural insights around the world, particularly in Japan.

Travel & Places
by HLesley
1 year ago
Things to Do on British Columbia's Sunshine Coast: Close to Vancouver Yet a World Away

While only ten miles from Vancouver as the crow flies, the Sunshine Coast is a getaway from the city that can only be reached by ferry.

Technology
by HLesley
1 year ago
Earthquake Prediction: Folklore and Science

Earthquakes happen suddenly and without warning, and can create horrendous devastation.  No wonder, then, that people throughout the ages have looked for warning signs, or precursors, that might alert them to impending disaster.

History
by HLesley
1 year ago
What Happened to the Mayan Empire?

The Mayan Empire once extended from Mexico's Yucatan peninsula to Honduras. Yet by 950 A.D many of the great Mayan city states were mysteriously abandoned following what is known as the Great Collapse.

Travel & Places
by HLesley
1 year ago
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Things to Do In St. George, Utah

St. George in southern Utah is a sunny winter vacation destination waiting to be discovered.

Environment
by HLesley
6 months ago
Yes, Virginia, Global warming is real. How Three Countries Are Responding to the Threat.

Global warming is changing the earth's weather systems. What options are there and how are three specific countries responding to the challenge?

Lifestyle
by HLesley
1 year ago
Canadian Camping Adventures

Some pearls of information I have learned from our Canadian family camping trips.

Travel & Places
by HLesley
1 year ago
Vancouver, Canada: A City For All Seasons

Vancouver, B.C is often referred to "Canada's banana belt" or "Lotus Land" because of its mild climate, and visitors come year-round to enjoy what the city has to offer.

Travel & Places
by HLesley
2 years ago
Kauai, Hawaii: Beaches, Scenic Beauty - and Chickens

In spite of its small size, Kauai has a surprising number of things to do and see.

Pets & Animals
by HLesley
1 year ago
Orcas: The Fascinating and Mysterious World of the Killer Whale

Considered one of the world's most intelligent species, these stunning black and white sea mammals were regarded as sacred by the ancient Nazca, and according to Pacific Northwest mythology they were wolves who became whales to sing the history of the Earth. 

Lifestyle
by HLesley
2 years ago
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Five Health Benefits of Drinking Beer

You might be surprised to learn that drinking beer in moderation might actually be good for you.

History
by HLesley
2 years ago
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Lest We Forget: How Londoners Sheltered in the Underground During World War Two

How Londoners gained shelter from the nightly bombings the city experienced during Hitler's Blitz.

History
by HLesley
2 years ago
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The Silbury Hill Mystery

Although less well known than its sister monument, Stonehenge, Silbury Hill is one of the most mysterious ancient monuments in southern England.

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