Monthly Archives: July 2016

Crocodile rock Posted on by CarolPatterson

(story by Carol Patterson originally printed in Red Deer Advocate Saturday February 7, 2015) Costa Rica’s 111-kilometer long Tarcoles River is one of the most polluted water bodies in Latin America. Plastic and paper litters the brown water’s edge and … Read More

Eight things you don’t know about Sheridan, Wyoming Posted on by CarolPatterson

1. A lot of wealthy people live here. The private airport is bigger than the public airport (handy for those private jets) and gorgeous horseflesh peeps across the fences at sprawling country estates. Forrest Mars Jr. (grandson of the founder … Read More