A wintry, Alaskan storm blew in on Friday brining rain, cold and snow in the local mountains. This morning the temperature gauge reads 28 degrees! Justin is out before the sun comes up to hose down a touches of ice on the plants in the front yard. The backyard beds are protected with the row covers — they finally came in hand, for awhile there we were beginning to wonder. There’s another chance of rain during the week.
We finally get a dose of winter weather – better late than never.
Italian researchers have discovered that environmentally friendly olive oil was used in furnaces at a site in southern Cyprus up to 4,000 years ago
… Belgiorno said metallurgy sites have been found close to olive oil production areas in Egypt and Jordan, so Cypriots could not lay claim to being the first to use biofuels.read article