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News from Jonathan Foust – April 2015

To receive a monthly newsletter, please signup here.   Happy Spring! We’re in that wacky transition time here in the mid-Atlantic when the emerging daffodils and crocuses are covered with snow, but warmer weather seems inevitable.   The term ‘global warming’ is perhaps better described as ‘global weirding,’ (a term coined by Hunter Lovins, co-founder
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Virginia Blue Bells

I’ve been waiting for this.   Out of the frozen muck come the Blue Bells. Riverbend Park is renowned for having some of the most dense populations of Blue Bells. In peak season, acres of them.   Though it was cold this morning (around 22 degrees), the one’s closest to the water’s edge have started
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News from Jonathan Foust – March 2015

To receive a monthly newsletter, please signup here.   Warm Greetings We’ve been locked in a deep freeze here in the DC area. This weekend we ended a retreat early and my return home, which normally takes about 25 minutes, took 3 hours of white-knuckled navigation. I called on every bit of training I’ve had
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Weather Systems

One of my most favorite things is long-distance adventure swimming. Fortunately for me, that’s also true for my wife.   The Caribbean sea has qualities we both enjoy. It’s clean, warm and while pretty safe, it also has currents and when snorkeling off rocky points, a certain element of engaging danger.   We were surprised
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