Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Shred the Earth for Molybdenum

Working at a mine is really cool and interesting. This picture is near the end of a 15 mile conveyor belt that starts 1,000's of feet underground at the mine. It crosses under the continental divide and goes for 5 miles above ground to the mill. Where does everything come from? The Earth.
Read about the Henderson Mine and molybdenum.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Back to Work!


I am lucky and fortunate to have found a job about 2 months after coming home from the big trip. I definately worked hard to find it and the hard work has paid off. The company is Aquionix and they do a variety of environmental work for many types of cleints. My shredding will now be limited but that is the price I must pay.


Aquionix.com

Friday, October 9, 2009

Bear Video

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Koala bears eat leaves and sleep. This one happened to be eating when we saw him and it was really cool to see him in his element. The Great Ocean Road, Australia.

Friday, October 2, 2009

The Earth is Alive

While driving through Big Sur, California we came upon a traffic jam. We sat, talked and looked at the beauty. After sitting in the jam for 15 minutes at a stand still we saw this. It makes you realize that the Earth can eat you and your car. Respect your surroundings.