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The group BookCrossing, if you aren't familiar with them (though I wrote about them quite awhile back and your memory should be like a steel trap, snapping those synapses...however, it's still a bit early here so we all get a pass) exists to let loose into the world the books you've read and deem worth passing on. You can read all about it here and get info on how to participate too! It's very worth knowing about.
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These are some of the people and groups that participated: if it gives you any ideas for projects involving all sorts of disciplines in an excellent and long lived endeavor, carry on!!
Apprentices of the occupational group of the value chain forest-wood-book
Apprentices of forestry, Revierförsterei Eichkamp, Berlin
Apprentices of carpentry, GFBM e.V., Berlin
Apprentices of cabinetmaking, BAUFACHFRAU Berlin e.V.,Berlin
Apprentices of media technology, vocational school of the AUCOTEAM Ltd.,Berlin
Apprentices of the vocational college of print and media technology,
Apprentices of the book trade,Thalia Bookstore, Berlin
I only wish I'd known about this when friends Jim and Lorraine and their daughter went to Berlin recently. I would have asked for photos and observations. Well, if you are going someplace interesting and see something worth posting about, let me know, before I'm back to Culebra all of the time. Sort of, pretty much.
And for book lovers - thankfully our tribe is alive, even with reading devices, BookCrossings is a very cool project and happening all over the world. If you know about something in your area that would be awesome to share here, clue me in. I'm only one person, you know (even if a few of us live in here).
In the meantime, we're still taking care of the garden bounty of others. If I seem somewhat obsessed by garden goodness these days, there is a very simple reason for that. I am!
|Take every veg in the kitchen and chop it into bite sized pieces. |
Add garlic. And minced clams. Or not.
Oh, start with a tablespoon of olive oil.
|Saute it all for awhile, until the tomatoes are almost soft. |
Ok, that's enough. STOP!