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  1. World Wood Day is a cultural event celebrated annually on March 21st, same day as the International Day of Forests, to highlight wood as an eco-friendly and renewable biomaterial and to raise awareness on the key role wood plays in a sustainable world through biodiversity and forest conservation. This unique celebration reminds us all the importance and true value of wood and its responsible uses.
  2. Too many "Moons" ago, I used to build foundations.....alot. From chasing the backhoe digging the trench for a footer, up through backfill. Whether it was a simple "Frost Wall" up to the "Big Jobs" of 75-100' formed and placed a day. Thinking of telling the story of just a simple foundation job......say a house with basement? Most times, I never say a basement job. So, maybe just a 4-6' tall foundation wall? Take it from the footer trench up to the top, using all the "steps" I went through? Any interest here for that sort of thing? Maybe explain all the stuff we did back then, just to see if anything has changed in 13 years. And.., yes, I am too old to work concrete, anymore. Side note: Thomas & Marker Co. has a 195,000 sqft building going up, on the edge of town. I drive by there a few times a week, and can pick out just what they are building or placing. Suppose to be a wharehouse for NEX, a supplier for the Honda plants around here. Other suppliers ship to one of the NEX wharehouses, then as needed parts would be loaded onto a truck to arrive at the assembly line just in time to be installed. The Honda plants themselves have no actual wharehousing in the plant, other than what just came off a truck. So, maybe a story of how a simple foundation was built?
  3. My wife picked up a package pf ready-to-cook Bob Evans mashed potatoes at our local Kroger store this evening...on their package was a pictorial reference about joining up with the Gary Sinise Foundation by painting all their barns purple in support of our veterans. You may already be aware...first I had seen of it... Read more here: Bob Evans Supports Sinise Foundation
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