March against Monsanto is a world wide protest and awareness campaign to inform the public of the inherent dangers of GMOs. Don’t know what GMOs are? 70% of foods in America contain them. Have you had digestion problems? Autoimmune problems? Inflammation? Is most likely due to GMOs, genetically Modified Organisms, and yes, you are eating them. 
90% of soy beans in the USA are genetically modified, modified for what? To be impervious to Roundup. Yup, roundup, they spray it over the entire crop to kill everything other than the now Roundup soaked soy beans. 
80% of the corn in the USA is genetically modified. Modified for what? Well get this, BT corn produces its own pesticide internally! Yes, that’s right, BT corn produces pesticide all on its own! The insects that take a bite of the corn have their stomachs rupture immediately, killing them. Their guts actually blow up leaving a hole in their abdimon! YOU are also eating this pesticide and there’s no way around it unless you eat nothing but organic foods. Soy and corn are in everything, just look at the ingredients on whatever it is you are eating or drinking. You are being poisoned.
It’s time to take back our food sources and eradicate these freaks of nature that our bodies and our planet are not able to cope with. They are alien to all of us and our genetics have never seen such a thing. We, and earth, have not evolved with the capability to assimilate these toxins.
Please, simply do a little research on the web and educate yourself. On Youtube there is a great International documentary called “the World According to Monsanto”. I implore you to watch it and then join us on May 25th, 2013 in our march against Monsanto. 
Here is a link to the world wide event list: 
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/lv?key=0Ah7h2ApbBPnpdGhOMElaSVg1QUQtRlJQWm1FaUZISlE&usp=sharing&pli=1

March against Monsanto is a world wide protest and awareness campaign to inform the public of the inherent dangers of GMOs. Don’t know what GMOs are? 70% of foods in America contain them. Have you had digestion problems? Autoimmune problems? Inflammation? Is most likely due to GMOs, genetically Modified Organisms, and yes, you are eating them.
90% of soy beans in the USA are genetically modified, modified for what? To be impervious to Roundup. Yup, roundup, they spray it over the entire crop to kill everything other than the now Roundup soaked soy beans.
80% of the corn in the USA is genetically modified. Modified for what? Well get this, BT corn produces its own pesticide internally! Yes, that’s right, BT corn produces pesticide all on its own! The insects that take a bite of the corn have their stomachs rupture immediately, killing them. Their guts actually blow up leaving a hole in their abdimon! YOU are also eating this pesticide and there’s no way around it unless you eat nothing but organic foods. Soy and corn are in everything, just look at the ingredients on whatever it is you are eating or drinking. You are being poisoned.
It’s time to take back our food sources and eradicate these freaks of nature that our bodies and our planet are not able to cope with. They are alien to all of us and our genetics have never seen such a thing. We, and earth, have not evolved with the capability to assimilate these toxins.
Please, simply do a little research on the web and educate yourself. On Youtube there is a great International documentary called “the World According to Monsanto”. I implore you to watch it and then join us on May 25th, 2013 in our march against Monsanto.
Here is a link to the world wide event list:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/lv?key=0Ah7h2ApbBPnpdGhOMElaSVg1QUQtRlJQWm1FaUZISlE&usp=sharing&pli=1

Balance is the only way forward.

Balance is the only way forward.

Our foods and our environment are under attack by monster corporations and a corrupt government. it is imperative that we take action, together. Please, participate in taking back our rights as humans to live in a healthy environment, eat healthy foods, and be free from disease. Investigate Monsanto’s Takeover of USDA. Take Action with @Roots_Action

Mark Bittman: Pesticides: Now More Than Ever

A half century after “Silent Spring,” the use of chemicals in agriculture has actually risen.

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How to start a vegetable gardenWe’ve got seven tips for how to begin planting and ensure a successful garden bounty this year.

mothernaturenetwork:

How to start a vegetable garden
We’ve got seven tips for how to begin planting and ensure a successful garden bounty this year.

Ban Monsanto's GMO Insecticide-Producing Crops!

KONY 2012 from INVISIBLE CHILDREN on Vimeo.

This years most important campaign. Watch the video, you’ll get it. Act now.

This gives new meaning to a “picture in a picture”!
I love silhouettes and the lighting was just right for a few moments. 

This gives new meaning to a “picture in a picture”!

I love silhouettes and the lighting was just right for a few moments. 

On the Subject of Exercise

I don’t usually find myself compelled to talk about exercise, but today it just so happens that I do. I think a lot of times we get inundated with “you should”, “you must” and “shame on you for not” exercising. None of these should be a reason for any individual to start exercising in my humble opinion. Let me share why I feel this way.

I do exercise. My reasons for such are purely selfish. I don’t do it to look better, I don’t do it to impress anyone, I don’t do it because my friends do it (they don’t for the most part). The reason I do exercise is because I have a goal to reach. My own goal. I want to be able to hike, paddle or ride anywhere, at anytime, and be ready and fit for it! It’s that simple. This single desire, this single goal, compels me to act, compels me to prepare, compels me to exercise. 

What brought on this desire to talk about exercise? Well, today I broke through, no, smashed through a wall in my exercise routine!  The feeling of reaching my usual stopping point is always good, but today I reached it and kept going, and going! I didn’t feel my normal amount of fatigue until four miles later. Four miles more! My goal is that much closer!  What an empowering feeling!

I don’t expect this to hit home with everybody, but if you’re reading this, most likely you are into the outdoors. What’s your outdoor goal? Can exercise help you reach it? If you think the answer is yes than start being selfish! Take the time to develop your passion(s). Take the time to improve whatever needs improving. Take the time to invest in yourself. The personal rewards are great and the fringe benefits aren’t so bad either!

Breaking Camp - A Time Lapse

Camping in the Coral Pink Sand Dunes of southern Utah - We called it home for nearly two weeks. An outstanding experience!

Haiku for you 

A Thing for the Beach - Fort De Soto Park

I recently had the pleasure to spend a few blissful days at North Beach located in Fort De Soto Park Tierra Verde, Florida and believe me, this is not your average run-of-the-mill ordinary beach! 

"Dr. Beach" dubbed this very spot as "America’s number one Beach" and Trip Advisor has named it as "Americas Top Beach". Why the high accolades? Well, once you step foot on the silky sand and realize you are one of only a few people here and that Fort De Soto Park is also a preserve as well as a park, (that means no houses!) you’ll start to understand!  

    As you break free from your vehicle, salt hangs heavy in the air, immediately informing your senses that seawater is near. Making your way through the dunes, the warm powdery white sand embraces the soles of your feet.

 The sun smiles upon your skin and the Gulf breeze begins to deposit the finest crystals of salt upon you. A Seagull chatters at your presence, momentarily unsure if you are friend or foe. Realizing you’re no threat he returns to rest and to ponder about what ever it is that seagulls ponder.

A formation of brown pelicans silently glides overhead and the surf gently tosses seashells on shore, seemingly for your own personal perusal.

Wow, nirvana should take note.  

Fort De Soto comprises 1,136 acres and plays a pivotal role in providing sanctuary for nearly three hundred species of birds, a nesting ground for loggerhead sea turtles as well as an oasis for diverse plant life.

Exploring this shoreline is nothing short of amazing and it’s going to take you more than a days time.  If you want to spend a few days (or more) you’re in luck! One of the most beautiful campgrounds in the country lies within Fort De Soto Park and you can book ahead

The endless beauty and serene surroundings found along Fort De Sotos’ pristine shores easily lends itself to a relaxing day that can soothe ones sense, offer time for reflection and let the sunshine penetrate the soul.

Aaaaah, nirvana.

Happy Wandering!

If you go: 

Fort De Soto is located off of the Pinellas Bayway in sunny Tierra Verde Florida which is adjacent to St. Petersburg Florida. The beaches are open from 7:00 am until dark seven days a week. For a detailed map click here.

Also within Fort De Soto Park is the Fort, built during the Spanish War, multiple beach areas, designated picnic areas with shelters, restrooms and showers, nature walks, kayak and canoe rentals, fishing piers and concessions. Stay tuned and I’ll cover those in another blog post. If you don’t want to miss it, sign up on the top or bottom of the page by email or RSS.

A day at the beach. Heaven on earth!

A day at the beach. Heaven on earth!

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Ever wonder what it would be like to stand on the surface of Mars? Well I imagine the red planet would not be too much different than this! “The Toadstools” located in the Coyote Buttes area of southern Utah is home to this mind blowing display of sandstone. Put your helmet on, flip down the visor and buckle up… next stop - Mars!

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