Monthly Archives: September 2013

Wasp Wars

I am not scared of wasps. I just want to put that right out in the open, so you don’t get the wrong idea about me. In fact, I mostly think that wasps are pretty spiffy insects. There are several species of wasp … Continue reading

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Adventureous Alphabetting

Every morning I go out to a yard full of children. This has been happening for the last month or so, and is because a nursery school, what we would call a preschool, has opened in my insaka. Eventually there will be an … Continue reading

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The case for a research hatchery

Recently, VIMS forwarded their annual capital request to Richmond, which included a general description of a new shellfish hatchery.  In short, ABC has grown out of the facilities it has now.  What do we have now?  The building that houses … Continue reading

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Nothing but lettuce

 My garden looks fantastic. It’s my pride and joy here, so I’ll allow myself to brag a little. My veggies are all thriving, and really my two 1m x 18m garden beds look more like strips of jungle than neat, orderly cultivation. I … Continue reading

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