Category: Anecdotes

The radioactive nuclear waste known as ECOS Laundry Detergent by Earth Friendly Products (A Review)

I’m adding this post as a placeholder for those with sensitive skin who had the misfortune of purchasing ECOS Laundry Detergent or are thinking of trying this brand. I tend to have a reaction to fragrance-based detergents, but after a good experience with Seventh Generation’s… Continue Reading “The radioactive nuclear waste known as ECOS Laundry Detergent by Earth Friendly Products (A Review)”

What the government shutdown at the Grand Canyons looked like

This is what I saw as I passed through the Grand Canyons during the middle of the government shutdown.  There are lookout areas offering different vantage points in which to enjoy the views of the Canyons along a byway called Desert View Road, but… Continue Reading “What the government shutdown at the Grand Canyons looked like”

Burros in Oatman, Arizona while I briefly toured Route 66

Once I left Vegas I had a chance to quickly tour Route 66 from Kingman to Oatman, where Route 66 enthusiasts can treat themselves to a quasi-ghost town of burros and staged gunfights.  I wasn’t able to arrive in time for a gunfight, so… Continue Reading “Burros in Oatman, Arizona while I briefly toured Route 66”

I hate Long Island Drivers (and Long Island)

So this morning I start my journey to Mordor, and no I’m not exaggerating when I say lately my commute is getting to be more and more like a Lord of the Rings quest.  It started with construction blocking three lanes of traffic on… Continue Reading “I hate Long Island Drivers (and Long Island)”