Monthly Archives: January 2010

Trace Adkins sings Till the Last Shot’s Fired with the West Point Cadet Glee Club

Las Vegas, 5 April 2009. Trace Adkins sings Till the Last Shot’s Fired with the West Point Cadet Glee Club   The mission of the Wounded Warrior Project is to honor and empower wounded warriors; to raise awareness and enlist the … Continue reading

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The Urban Limit Line

Mankind has been migrating to the suburbs forever. The modern notion of suburbs — a community in an outlying section of a city — was found to be evident as early as the 6th century BC in Babylon. In ancient … Continue reading

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Looking to Create Safe Routes to Schools

In October of 2007, Orchard Park Elementary, the first and only kindergarten-through-eighth-grade school in the Antioch Unified School District held its dedication ceremony. Orchard Park School is within the Antioch Unified School District and serves students from both Antioch and … Continue reading

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Ford Model T – 100 Years Later

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Wacky Weather in East County – Tornadoes and Hail

This afternoon I received a number of weather warnings: At 107 pm PST The National Weather Service in the San Francisco Bay Area has issued a * tornado warning for, Contra Costa County in Northern California, * until 130 pm pst … Continue reading

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Her Morning Elegance

“Her Morning Elegance” written and produced by Oren Lavie, From the Oren Lavie album The Opposite Side of the Sea

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Earthquakes and How They may Affect Oakley

With the recent spate of earthquakes, the devastation in Haiti, and the more local shakes in Ferndale and Milpitas the posts I have on earthquake preparedness have been busy. In this post I thought I would focus on the faults … Continue reading

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