Monday, November 20, 2017

Tuesday, November 14, 2017


You can't beat Southern California in the fall.

Although parking lots in Rincon P.R. looks inviting too !

Saturday, November 11, 2017


With the amount of farmable acreage seemingly shrinking all the time, access to fresh fruits and vegetables can be hard to come by. Small-scale produce can be prohibitively expensive, and cheaper options from far-flung corners of the globe carry a hidden environmental cost. But one well-funded startup called Plenty believes that its technology harbors the secret to bringing “backyard quality” produce to the masses, and hopes that its newest indoor growing facility in Kent, Washington, will prove it.
At just 100,000 square feet, Plenty’s new facility will be 99 percent smaller than a typical American farm. But Plenty’s goal is to optimize every inch of that available space for ideal cultivation. Fruits and vegetables grow on 20-foot-tall towers, bathed in LED lights and connected to a wealth of data-collecting microsensors.


Naz, November 8th There is a guy on this one. Click on it to enlarge.


My assessment: YOU'RE CRAZY

Steps / Tres beach yesterday

I love this place and that is why is does my heart and soul good to see it's put back together.
Rincon, PR November 10, 2017

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Trump Bodyguard Sent on McDonald’s Runs Because White House Food Not Yummy Enough

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

 The Black Swan motor yacht


Wednesday, November 1, 2017

More millennials are venturing outdoors than any other age group

“The great news for millennials is that their generation is realizing what the outdoors has to offer — a healthier, more active lifestyle that allows you to try new experiences with friends,” Christine Fanning, executive director of the Outdoor Foundation, told GrindTV.

The early twenty something's had me worried there for a few years.