If you should drive into the Maryland countryside, along River Road, the Potomac River and the C&O Canal, past farms and mansions, you'll find a lone building made of red sandstone, standing in a meadow. This sign will be next to it. The building is the one-room Seneca Schoolhouse, the only school in the area … Continue reading The historic Seneca Schoolhouse in Maryland
I filmed a short vlog today about the need for true craftsmen, which is becoming more apparent in developed countries pretty much everywhere. The more emphasis is placed on white collar jobs, IT and college degrees, the less people you have going to vocational schools in order to learn how to become craftsmen. Countries don't … Continue reading The need for true craftsmen
Ligia and I went on a refreshing evening walk with friends last night, during a wonderful snowfall which lasted through the night and covered everything in about a foot of snow by morning. We enjoyed ourselves thoroughly and of course I took photos, lots of them. This is the center of the town, the place … Continue reading A snowy evening walk in Medias
Plastic pollution is a huge problem. Most everyone has heard of the floating plastic islands in our oceans (the biggest is in the Pacific Ocean, but there are several others), all of which are made up of plastic bottles, wrappers, bags and other plastic waste that can float. They don't break down. They only break … Continue reading POLLI-BRICKS reduce plastic bottle pollution
I was wondering around Rome in the spring of '99, it was getting late, and I came across this big intersection with a huge, classically-styled building dominating the view. I'm pretty bad with names, but I think it was Piazza Vittoria. It looks like the building is still in use.