A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part Nine: Blog Fifty-Three)–Will continue in New Year!

This is the final blog in A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates! until the New Year. I will still be posting articles, book reviews, and if all goes well, more interviews.

Rita Walker (Blog Twenty-three):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

After her last lecture Rita tried to research Kanetic Reusable Batteries and whether it has a parent company but to no avail. 

Rita Walker (Blog Nineteen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

The K’algyaa kongaas moon is three-quarters full as she steps inside a bush.  She can hear the footsteps of Marlo as he moves beside the oak tree. 

Rita Walker (Blog Eighteen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

She bites her lower lip and taps her right foot as the phone rings.

“Hello,” a melodic deep voice answers.

Rita Walker (Blog Seventeen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

It’s Saturday and Rita can hardly focus.  Tonight she meets up with Marlo near the Kanetic Reusable Batteries by the Oakhill Cemetery. 

Rita Walker (Blog Sixteen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

Rita Walker (Blog Sixteen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris Both nature and technology follow the circle of life.  A river that flows is alive and healthy but block off the flow and it stagnates.  Forget to fill a car up with gas or keep up the oil and other liquids and the gears rustContinue reading “Rita Walker (Blog Sixteen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris”

Rita Walker (Blog Fifteen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

Rita Walker (Blog Fifteen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris In the past vehicle batteries were often just thrown in bodies of water like lakes or rivers.  Batteries can be completely recycled now.  The importance is getting the batteries to the recycling plant. https://www.batterysolutions.com/recycling-information/how-are-batteries-recycled/ https://www.livescience.com/40459-what-do-cats-see.html On the Grand River, just on the border with theContinue reading “Rita Walker (Blog Fifteen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris”

Rita Walker (Blog Fourteen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

As she drives home from the college the sky is dark and clear.  A song she hasn’t heard in a long time comes on.  Chalk Circle’s “This Mourning” gets her tapping her hands against the steering wheel.  It reminds her why Kaneki needs to go back to Centre Earth.

Rita Walker (Blog Thirteen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

Rita Walker (Blog Thirteen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris The type of soil and climate found in a particular area will determine what plants will grow best in that location.  In Brantford the soil is mostly Luvisolic:  a mixture of clay, silt, and sand.  Clayey Gleysolic and Gray Brown Luvisolic are the main soilsContinue reading “Rita Walker (Blog Thirteen):  By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris”