Monthly Archives: February 2016

When the Snow Melts

It happens every year here in the northwest: the snow melts and we go through the “mud stage.”  We didn’t receive a great amount of snow this winter, but one of the first major snowfalls stayed on the trees for … Continue reading

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A Commercial That Could Save Lives

  If you were among the more than 100 million people that viewed Super Bowl 50, you probably watched the commercials as much as you watched the game, judging which of the five-million-dollar thirty-second advertisements were your favorites. It seemed … Continue reading

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Watch Out For Rust

While working as an engineer at Hyster Company in Portland, Oregon, I purchased a cute little 1964 light blue rag-top VW “Bug.” We really enjoyed driving it but noticed that the steering seemed a bit loose and the front end … Continue reading

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Character Counts

For weeks now we have been bombarded in the media and on the internet with campaigning by the political candidates for the upcoming presidential elections. It seems that we are at an extremely crucial point in the history of our … Continue reading

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