In September 2021, I went for a motorcycle tour of 11 states in nine days. Since my return, I have produced a video slideshow and written about my adventure and how I found wonder in the everyday. Stop back soon to read the story.
Author Archives: Dan Larson
One of the more memorable slogans to come from the anti-litter campaigns produced by Keep America Beautiful in the1960s, “Every Litter Bit Hurts” has been adopted and adapted by cities and towns for more than half a century. While it has not deterred the careless from continuing to toss trash from their cars, the sheer […]
Energy Friendly News from the Rocky Mountains and Elsewhere – Dino Headed for Extinction? Gas Certifier Gets Competition, Incident Response Fail, NM Jumps to No. 2 Oil Producer, True Plastic Recycling, NREL Permitting App for Solar, More Taxes Will Solve Everything, IDCs Work so They Must Go. By Dan Larson Sinclair to Go the Way […]
Energy Friendly News from the Rocky Mountains and Elsewhere – Tourism Threatened, Poor Photo Choice, Mixed Message on Jet A, Older Workers Need Not Apply, Hazards of Cooking with Gas, Larimer County Boxes Out Wells, Guardians of the Catastrophe and Runner Up, One New Logo Replaces Three, Oil Prices Flat. By Dan Larson Peak Season: […]
Energy Friendly News from Up and Down the Rocky Mountains Oil Slips and Gets Back Up, Gas Rises Keeping Up with the Market Basket Water Waste Not Can’t Stop the Catastrophe Price Tag for Renewables Good Jobs Cost an Arm and a Footprint By Dan Larson This Week’s Guardian of Catastrophe: It is an oldie […]
I went to the movie theater seven times in 2020, four times before the virus shut everything down and three after theaters reopened, albeit under pandemic protocols. During the shutdown, the movie industry delayed release of its biggest movies indefinitely and is only now, reopening the new release pipeline. I will always prefer going to […]