Posts tagged: water supply

Seeking Balance

By , August 9, 2017

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about the so-called “Goldilocks Zone.”

This term applies primarily to the just-right (not too hot, not too cold) conditions for life to exist on this or any other planet. Wider usage describes seeking balance in conditions, or situation, or even attitude.

Two Sun Ovens, cooking while the sun shines (Photo: Mark A. Zeiger).

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Dry Cabin

By , March 18, 2017

I returned home on Thursday. In true Zeiger Homestead fashion, I arrived in town in the early afternoon, but because of an evening event at Aly’s work, and a late crossing tide, I wasn’t able to really reach home till after dinner in the evening. Since my return, I’ve become a bit water-obsessed.

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