Friday, March 5, 2010

RV Centennial. Midwest Aliens. Chile.

1920s-camper (Small) “RV History from 1910-2010: The RV Industry Celebrates 100 Years of Exploration and Innovation
A century ago, the popularization of the automobile, improving roads, and America's passion for exploration gave rise to mass-produced, manufactured recreation vehicles, and the RV industry was born. In 2010, RVIA and the RV industry will mark this centennial with an array of special activities celebrating the 100-year journey of a uniquely American product.”  From:
 People-Chile (Small)
 Animals-Chille (Small)
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Battling the Asian illegal immigrants around Great Lakes.

There are illegal immigrants on the loose in the Midwest. Originally hailing from Asia, they're about 3 ft. (90 cm) long and weigh up to 100 lb. (45 kg), and are known to resist capture. Once they establish residency, they can eat you out of house and home.

Catfish farmers in the U.S. imported Asian carp decades ago to eat up the algae in their ponds; the fish slowly escaped into the wild and have been making their way up the Mississippi River.
Read more:,8599,1962108,00.html#ixzz0hLL90Cth

Tell Congress to Say NO to Asian Carp in Great Lakes National Parks!

A lovely ’windows open’ day.  This is the TX winter that I am used to.
Ray and I replaced a lot of the fence boards on the fence.  But I found out that I still have to buy more.

I drove into town to start a Small Claims suit, and found out that the precinct office is closed on Fridays.  Gee, talk about a cushy job!   So that was just a drive on a nice day!

The cats could sleep in the sunshine on the porch again today.

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