Tag: climate

Like a Phoenix

In the morning of All Saints Day of 1 September 1755 a seaside village in Portugal was suddenly destroyed. The Great Lisbon Earthquake hit at 9:40am and subsequent fires and a Tsumani brought Lisbon to its knees and was considered one of the deadliest earthquakes in history. Fortune […]

Oh to Vote!

Funny how one little white house can have such a strong global impact. As the world knows, today heralds one of the more significant days in American history. American voters can exercise their right to vote and hope that their ideals and values win in today’s Presidential election. […]

An Amish Harvest

It is the harvest season in Amish Country in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Enjoying a rainy day with a dear friend, a short visit through the rich farmland and the large homesteads impressed me as to how hardworking the Amish are. The Amish Church originated in Switzerland in 1693, […]