by Dan Ohler - 2006-12-09
The squirrel chattered loudly from his position on a high spruce branch. Then he made a mad dash down the branch, a mighty jump to the deck, across the deck and up into the bird feeder. He carefully...
by David Poarch - 2007-01-02
ChamporadoI just had the pleasure of eating my 4th straight meal of champorado, which is a low-cost meal made by mixing rice, water, cocoa powder, and table sugar. It's not great for the health, but I...
by Dan Ohler - 2007-01-24
Yahoo, the New Year has arrived!! It's an exciting time to look forward to growth, learning, and change. Many of us have a list of resolutions for new behaviours. It's out with the old and in with ...
by Leena Dordi - 2007-01-24
Estate Agents have a primary objective of becoming the number one agent of choice. Property For Sale Guide has become an online archive holding information about estate agents, which tend to concen...
by Pallavi Borgohain - 2007-02-04
There has always been a continuous trend of people migrating from rural dwellings to urban areas in search of an earning more money, a better education or maybe due to environmental degradation in rur...
by Sarika Kabra - 2007-05-03
Furniture is the basic essence of any home. Whatever be the kind of furniture, it is the soul of the house. Whether it is a simple iron garden chair, an exquisite leather sofa set or the delicately ca...
by Elisha Burberry - 2007-05-31
Often referred to as 'the Garden of England', Kent is one of Britain's most beautiful counties - and often enjoys some of its best weather conditions! So it's no surprise that many people keen t...
by Douglas Scott - 2007-06-20
Benin, formerly known as Dahomey, was one of the first countries in the 1990s to successfully effect the transition from dictatorship to a pluralistic political system. Today, it is one of the most st...
by Heather McMillan - 2007-08-14
Inland property in Andalucia has seen a major growth in interest from overseas buyers in the last few years. Initially, no-one was more surprised than the Andalucians themselves. "Foreigners are...
by Philip Spires - 2008-09-06
For two thirds of its length, The Heart Of The Country by Fay Weldon is a brilliant, surprising, humorous, bitchy study of adopted and original rural life. Rural industries, agriculture, and yoke...