Maybe we should ask them to move them in close enough to enjoy them?
Do you mean to tell me that I will be able to stand on my mountain top and look out to the ocean and see those dreadful things? God I hope so! Ive actually had Makani engeineers out to bear river property looking for test sites.
As land owners on Bear River Ridge and stewards of the property it very unfortunate that the hard economic times killed this project.We have been searching for ways help maintain this unique piece of our heritage with out splitting and devideing to the point where it looks like southern humboldt or even a little closer such as Petrolia and Honey Dew. We thought a green project would be a nice fit for our community as well as our future.
In Print This Week:
Jul 3, 2014
vol XXV issue 27
Faces of Humboldt
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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