Planting trees

From the Lexington Herald-Leader: Despite the cold, Reforest the Bluegrass event in Lexington draws hundreds Oak, sycamore, walnut, cedar are among those planted Trees will buffer traffic noise from nearby Intestate 75 Reintroduction of native species is a goal of the event By Greg Kocher | gkocher1@herald-leader.com | April 9, 2016 5:09 PM Ah, 36 …

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God bless fracking! I have benefited personally

The environmentalists and the left and the Democrats1 would have us believe that fracking is evil, evil, evil! but I, as a working man, sure have seen the benefits. The chart shows what I had to pay for heating oil last winter, in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, compared with what I paid for a delivery on …

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A sad, sad photo.

It was taken this evening, Thursday, August 28, 2014, and you can see the start of the leaves turning and falling to the ground. It’s still August! It’s still Summer! Where’s my Global Warming? It only reached 76º F today in Jim Thorpe, and the forecast is for tonight’s low to be 51º F . …

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