Although people meant well by donating unwanted items, what were they thinking by leaving them while its raining?! Check the forecast before dropping them off! Would waiting till the store reopened after the holiday been so difficult?! Such a waste...
Now thats a bloody job!!!
I'll ditto the "beautiful" compliment. You have an eye for beauty, Chad, as well as the talent to capture it to share. Thank you.
Beautiful shot Chad!
Exquisite photograph, Chad. Beauty in small things of the large Montana landscape. Thank you.
You’re an astonishing woman and a superior athlete. You clearly set an example for others to follow. Congratulations on your victory.
If you have not seen Bethany perform yet - you must. It is akin to watching the most angelic gymnast as she floats and falls through delicately silk-wrapped ballet-like poses. Her effortless dexterity will boggle your mind with wonder. "How did she think this up? More so, how is her body even able to that?" I've wondered these questions many times whilst witnessing her art. Perhaps you yourself can go and try to answer them yourself.
You are a disGRACE to the People of Libby Montana and the Justice system in the case of WR Grace killing the people and me and my family and getting away with it.Can we say Capital Cronism...how bout a mis trial for the closure to the people of Libby...since so many will continue to be diagnosed and wonder why? WHY is Libby being sold as safe killing those they sell Libby to.Children must be the priority to protect and none of YOU have done a thing to tell the truth, to end this known continued deadly exposure to Tremolite asbestos...in the town left to die from the air that kills and kills.Yah Molloy...you are a disGrace.I as a VICTIM...can say that and I do.
irresponsible, totally irresponsible
The name of this event was (A)Wake for the Working Class. Working people: Wake up to the assault on your wages, your organizations, your dignity, your lives. Or else lets have a wake.
what kind of surveillance will be used to protect these shelters?
Gary Delp is the owner of Heritage Timber, which deconstructs buildings and sells reclaimed materials. He stole himself from work for the day so that he could donate the use of his time, dump trailer and truck to help the farm. Check out what Heritage Timber does when Gary is not hauling manure at www.HeritageTimberMT.com
I see where it could be a creepy photo for some. What gets me is the camouflage... are those pajamas?
Anyways more People Eating Tasty Animals is good to see.
We are in MT and that's what we do... We kill animals to feed ourselves and our families. I can hardly wait for a photo of my kill. Which will be used to feed myself for the next 6 months.
Well, that is what the head of a dead animal looks like. More humans killing more animals is what the growth economy is all about.
Am I the only one who finds this photo creepy?
You are preaching to the choir in your response to Doc Laughable. Ignorance is bliss, they say. As a 4th generation native, I have lived on a working ranch for over 65 years. I know the difference between straw and hay and also know that when both of these are compacted, they don't burn as fast as 2 X's and sheetrock and play hell to leave a lot of room for rodents to roam. I also live in a stick built home and have a hell of an electric and gas bill. I wish I had just a fraction of Gore's $ and Clinton's too. But, I didn't put them in office so I guess no entitlement there. Have to go, it is time to turn the steak on the BBQ.
Let's see, we can build a house out of a strong, highly insulative, non-toxic, natural, fire resistant, rodent resistant, agricultural waste product OR we can use a dwindling resource, one that burns well, one that needs products produced from petroleum to insulate it, and then cover it with more petroleum based products that release harmful vapors into the home in which you, your children and your pets live. Sounds like straw (not hay) bales is the way to go to me.
Actually, Andrew, I appears to me that you have not spent very much of your life on a working farm or ranch. I stand by my original comments. Most greenies like to feel good about themselves and if you hang out with Ed Begley, Jr.......well, he makes Al Gore look sane.
Actually Doc, your assumptions are 100% incorrect. Straw homes have been around for over 100 years and those built even that long ago are still in use and in good shape today. If built properly, like the one pictured above, these homes will far outlast a conventional home. They have 3 times the R-value, meet ASTM 2 hour fire wall ratings, are soundproof, beautiful, and extremely strong. Rodents and other pests are not an issue because the walls are so dense and are covered with 1 1/4" or more of lime plaster, not to mention that straw is not actually a food source for animals (unlike hay). In fact. you have a much greater likelihood of having mice in the hollow walls of conventional construction than you do in a straw bale house.
I understand your assumptions as they are fairly common from those who first hear about straw bale construction and I also hear your concerns of potential similarities to Stramwall; however, I invite you to investigate this amazing building technique further before you mark it off as laughable. Please consider checking out my website listed below for more information.
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