A close-up grouping of black and silver batteries is artfully arranged on a bright white background. Batteries bring to life toys, kitchen appliances, radios, and other things we use in everyday living.
This pest control company page comprises information about pest control careers in the United States of America plus a photograph of termite damage in dry wood.
This decorative wooden barometer features the weather descriptions stormy, rain, change, fair and very dry in addition to numeric measurements to help determine atmospheric pressure.
Corn cribs were first used by Native Americans, and they usually had slats in the walls to allow air to circulate. Slats or vent holes are used to this day to help the corn dry quickly.
Wouldn't our great grandmothers be amazed by the improvements in the way we wash clothes? Washing machines like this efficient, front-loader model tuck in out of the way under a countertop.
The president alternates between gentle and pointed quizzing of his cabinet secretaries in a ritual with a story line that has become almost comically consistent.
Julie Hirschfeld Davis. New York Times. Fri, 17 Aug 2018 00:17:56 GMT.