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clean fill dirt wanted
    clean fill
  • Fill dirt is earthy material which is used to fill in a depression or hole in the ground or create mounds or otherwise artificially change the grade or elevation of real property.
  • Uncontaminated material used for site development purposes or to replace excavated contaminated materials in remediation and reclamation.
  • Dirt, gravel or rock which is free of all foreign material.
    wanted
  • Wish to consult or speak to (someone)
  • (of the police) Desire to question or apprehend (a suspected criminal)
  • (wanting) lacking: nonexistent; "the thumb is absent"; "her appetite was lacking"
  • Have a desire to possess or do (something); wish for
  • desired or wished for or sought; "couldn't keep her eyes off the wanted toy"; "a wanted criminal"; "a wanted poster"
  • cherished: characterized by feeling or showing fond affection for; "a cherished friend"; "children are precious"; "a treasured heirloom"; "so good to feel wanted"
    dirt
  • Loose soil or earth; the ground
  • (of roads) not leveled or drained; unsuitable for all year travel
  • the state of being covered with unclean things
  • Earth used to make a surface for a road, floor, or other area of ground
  • soil: the part of the earth's surface consisting of humus and disintegrated rock
  • A substance, such as mud or dust, that soils someone or something
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The Last Fill UP: One Americans Search For A Gasoline-Free Clean Energy Lifestyle
The Last Fill UP: One Americans Search For A Gasoline-Free Clean Energy Lifestyle
Did the gasoline prices of 2008 leave you scratching your head or pounding your fist? How are we going to save our gas money, reduce our carbon footprint, and still be mobile? What are we going to do in the future when gas goes up to $5, $7, or $10 per gallon? The Last Fill Up will show you how one concerned American transitioned off of gasoline and onto electric transportation. With the new heroes of electric bicycles, e-mopeds, and e-scooters we can re-orientate ourselves to a local lifestyle. Added to this is how can we make these green machines sustainable from our homes? How will the average consumer change their driving habits in the near future? What would Generation Green and Commuters need to know to step into this Post Carbon World? The Last Fill Up gives direction on how to lead a gasoline-free clean energy lifestyle in the United States. It also includes a list of affordable electric cars for families, a plan to reduce your transportation carbon footprint, a gasoline-free local transportation system, and tax breaks for plug-in motorcycles and renewable energy to operate your E-Bike sustainably. We can be carbon free and carefree for our futures!

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FIRST DAY --- On Bus Waiting For Ice After Accident
FIRST DAY --- On Bus Waiting For Ice After Accident
#2 --- What a way to start a vacation --- HERE'S WHAT HAPPENED: I was on the 2nd of three six-seater pipers that landed in a remote area about half way down the Baja peninsula in Mexico. After landing we were to go 15 minutes by bus over dirt roads to get to a little fishing village where we then were to take an hour long panga boat ride to our secluded wilderness campsite. I mentioned that I was on the 2nd of three pipers. Most people from the first plane were on a little hill overlooking the water, but two from that plane were standing behind the back of the bus when the 2nd plane landed. Everyone from the 2nd plane went to the hill except for me. I joined the two women standing behind the back of the bus who were applying sun screen. As the 3rd plane landed and taxied over it was very close to the bus, but I was unaware. Suddenly I heard what sounded like an explosion, felt something on my back and neck and was sliding on the ground. I kind of skidded across the dirt landing area and then lay motionless for a bit. It was horrible! My whole body stung and I feared the worst. My first thought was of Mom and how sad she would be if I didn’t return. My next thought was that I didn’t want to be paralyzed. And then my thoughts were of not wanting to miss swimming with the whale sharks!!! I didn’t know what had happened. I was told by the two women that they had seen the plane coming and had seconds to react --- one ran, the other pushed me to the ground and ducked the approaching wing of the piper. As I was pushed to the ground I believe (at least I was told by the woman who pushed me down) that the back of my head was grazed by the wing of the plane as I was in motion toward the ground. The right side of my body was badly bruised by the fall --- face, shoulder elbow, arm, abdomen, thigh, and also a bit of my left knee as well. I had thought about returning home and not going to the campsite, but once I realized that nothing was broken I had such an adrenalin rush that I wanted to experience everything. I think realizing how close I had possibly come to a horrible ending gave me the strength to go forward. We took a 15 minute ride by bus over dirt roads to a little fishing village where I washed my arm with bottled water and was given a bag of ice which I placed on my face, arm and thigh alternately while on the hour long panga boat en route to the wilderness campsite. At the campsite one of the pilots poured peroxide over my right arm and shoulder. Luckily there was a doctor among the 13 “adventure seekers”. He gave me a shot of lidocaine and cleaned out the open elbow that had filled with dirt and junk from the dirt runway. The next day I was in a wetsuit in the cold water swimming with whale sharks. I believe the numbing cold water helped decrease my pain, and of course salt water is good for healing. The intense excitement of swimming with whale sharks I’m sure increased my adrenalin and serotonin, and this definitely kept me going. Nine days later and at home, I am now feeling the effects of the accident. I am also “house bound” because I don’t want to be “out and about” looking as I do. Hopefully soon I will be totally healed.
FIRST DAY --- Just After Accident
FIRST DAY --- Just After Accident
#1 --- What a way to start a vacation --- HERE'S WHAT HAPPENED: I was on the 2nd of three six-seater pipers that landed in a remote area about half way down the Baja peninsula in Mexico. After landing we were to go 15 minutes by bus over dirt roads to get to a little fishing village where we then were to take an hour long panga boat ride to our secluded wilderness campsite. I mentioned that I was on the 2nd of three pipers. Most people from the first plane were on a little hill overlooking the water, but two from that plane were standing behind the back of the bus when the 2nd plane landed. Everyone from the 2nd plane went to the hill except for me. I joined the two women standing behind the back of the bus who were applying sun screen. As the 3rd plane landed and taxied over it was very close to the bus, but I was unaware. Suddenly I heard what sounded like an explosion, felt something on my back and neck and was sliding on the ground. I kind of skidded across the dirt landing area and then lay motionless for a bit. It was horrible! My whole body stung and I feared the worst. My first thought was of Mom and how sad she would be if I didn’t return. My next thought was that I didn’t want to be paralyzed. And then my thoughts were of not wanting to miss swimming with the whale sharks!!! I didn’t know what had happened. I was told by the two women that they had seen the plane coming and had seconds to react --- one ran, the other pushed me to the ground and ducked the approaching wing of the piper. As I was pushed to the ground I believe (at least I was told by the woman who pushed me down) that the back of my head was grazed by the wing of the plane as I was in motion toward the ground. The right side of my body was badly bruised by the fall --- face, shoulder elbow, arm, abdomen, thigh, and also a bit of my left knee as well. I had thought about returning home and not going to the campsite, but once I realized that nothing was broken I had such an adrenalin rush that I wanted to experience everything. I think realizing how close I had possibly come to a horrible ending gave me the strength to go forward. We took a 15 minute ride by bus over dirt roads to a little fishing village where I washed my arm with bottled water and was given a bag of ice which I placed on my face, arm and thigh alternately while on the hour long panga boat en route to the wilderness campsite. At the campsite one of the pilots poured peroxide over my right arm and shoulder. Luckily there was a doctor among the 13 “adventure seekers”. He gave me a shot of lidocaine and cleaned out the open elbow that had filled with dirt and junk from the dirt runway. The next day I was in a wetsuit in the cold water swimming with whale sharks. I believe the numbing cold water helped decrease my pain, and of course salt water is good for healing. The intense excitement of swimming with whale sharks I’m sure increased my adrenalin and serotonin, and this definitely kept me going. Nine days later and at home, I am now feeling the effects of the accident. I am also “house bound” because I don’t want to be “out and about” looking as I do. Hopefully soon I will be totally healed.

clean fill dirt wanted
clean fill dirt wanted
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