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Entertaining and easy to read, A Lawn Chair Gardener's Guide shows readers why it's time for a "Yard 2.0" and how create to create beautiful, functional, and sustainable yards that provide maximum yields with minimal effort. Pape's low-maintenance "lawn chair" gardens create habitat, conserve water, reduce the carbon footprints, and eliminate the need for chemicals.
Mixing one part gardening, one part concern for the environment, and one part personal growth, Pape sets out to change the world, one yard at a time. Best of all, she makes it easy. Pape has a knack for explaining complex topics like organic gardening and companion planting in an approachable way. You too can grow your own food, improve your little corner of the world, and transform your yard into an oasis.
Every golfer dreams of making a pilgrimage to Ireland to enjoy the 'craic' and play some memorable golf on some of the most magnificent courses in the world.
Mr. George Morris stood with his arms folded on the bulwarks of the steamship City of Buffalo, and gazed down into the water. All around him was the bustle and hurry of passengers embarking, with friends bidding good-bye. Among the throng, here and there, the hardworking men of the steamer were getting things in order for the coming voyage. Trunks were piled up in great heaps ready to be lowered into the hold; portmanteaux, satchels, and hand-bags, with tags tied to them, were placed in a row waiting to be claimed by the passengers, or taken down into the state-rooms.
Groundwater is being depleted on a large scale in many arid and semi-arid parts of the world. It is often said that this precious resource is being wasted at the expense of future generations. But should ground-water depletion be avoided at any price? Or is depletion desirable in certain circumstances? If there is to be a reduction in groundwater depletion, how can it be achieved? And how can limited water resources be allocated to their most valuable uses?
Sally, Huckle, and Lowly are supposed to go sailing with Huckle and Sally's father, but it starts to rain. Father says they will have to stay inside and play, but their friend Rudolf von Flugel saves the day when he picks the kids up in his airplane-car and whisks them off to the airport for a fun day of sightseeing. Full of airport fun and "Scarry" mishaps.
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