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Wind Turbines-2020 Calendar By Yung-Kang (Derby) Sun
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A wind turbine is a popular name for a device that converts kinetic energy from the wind into electrical power. The correct description for this type of machine would be aerofoil-powered generator.... More > The result of over a millennium of windmill development and modern engineering, today's wind turbines are manufactured in a wide range of vertical and horizontal axis types. The smallest turbines are used for applications such as battery charging for auxiliary power for boats or caravans or to power traffic warning signs. Slightly larger turbines can be used for making contributions to a domestic power supply. Arrays of large turbines, known as wind farms, are becoming an increasingly important source of renewable energy as part of a strategy to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels. This calendar presents detailed images of various photos for fans interested in technologies of the wind turbine under the holiday season and brand new year.< Less
The Adventures of a Greenman Series: (Part 11) Raw Travel Crete By A Greenman
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The Adventures of a Greenman' is a 15 part true short story series, about the experiences of a modern day nomad called Adam, who wanders his way around the earth for a decade. The parts collectively... More > form the epic: 'I Travel Light: The Man Who Walked Out of the World'. In Part 11, the wanderer sets of for a winter in Crete, wandering the shorelines and exploring the wild. House-sitting in remote hamlets in the South and going even further a field, as he catches a fishing boat to the island of Gavdos, a barely inhabited spot between Crete and Libya. There he roams, building camps and searching for drinking water, with the stray puppy dog who has tagged along. It is the nearest he will ever come to a 'desert island experience' and it really isn't far off! There is no mains electricity or drinking water on tap in the place, but somehow Adam manages to survive there for 6 weeks. This is an extraordinary true story, one of many of A Greenman's adventurer’s tales, leading gently into Part 12 - 'Raw Travel Italy'.< Less
(PDF)The Adventures of a Greenman Series: (Part 11) Raw Travel Crete By A Greenman
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The Adventures of a Greenman' is a 15 part true short story series, about the experiences of a modern day nomad called Adam, who wanders his way around the earth for a decade. The parts collectively... More > form the epic: 'I Travel Light: The Man Who Walked Out of the World'. In Part 11, the wanderer sets of for a winter in Crete, wandering the shorelines and exploring the wild. House-sitting in remote hamlets in the South and going even further a field, as he catches a fishing boat to the island of Gavdos, a barely inhabited spot between Crete and Libya. There he roams, building camps and searching for drinking water, with the stray puppy dog who has tagged along. It is the nearest he will ever come to a 'desert island experience' and it really isn't far off! There is no mains electricity or drinking water on tap in the place, but somehow Adam manages to survive there for 6 weeks. This is an extraordinary true story, one of many of A Greenman's adventurer’s tales, leading gently into Part 12 - 'Raw Travel Italy'.< Less
The Adventures of a Greenman Series: (Part 11) Raw Travel Crete By A Greenman
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The Adventures of a Greenman' is a 15 part true short story series, about the experiences of a modern day nomad called Adam, who wanders his way around the earth for a decade. The parts collectively... More > form the epic: 'I Travel Light: The Man Who Walked Out of the World'. In Part 11, the wanderer sets of for a winter in Crete, wandering the shorelines and exploring the wild. House-sitting in remote hamlets in the South and going even further a field, as he catches a fishing boat to the island of Gavdos, a barely inhabited spot between Crete and Libya. There he roams, building camps and searching for drinking water, with the stray puppy dog who has tagged along. It is the nearest he will ever come to a 'desert island experience' and it really isn't far off! There is no mains electricity or drinking water on tap in the place, but somehow Adam manages to survive there for 6 weeks. This is an extraordinary true story, one of many of A Greenman's adventurer’s tales, leading gently into Part 12 - 'Raw Travel Italy'.< Less
Cold Gold I By Dennis J McTaggart
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Dennis J. McTaggart started life on a farm in the Gippsland Lakes area. He left school at 16 and moved to Traralgon where he worked in electrical retail. His thirst for adventure saw him join the... More > local “skin diving club” where he was offered a job on an abalone boat out of Mallacoota. Dennis soon took advantage of the affordable abalone licenses in New South Wales and started diving out of Eden. Dennis spent the next years working in under water construction and on building sites all over Australia, eventually ending up in Tasmania diving for abalone. He suffered nitrogen narcosis (the bends) which partly paralysed him. It was during his recovery that Dennis started to recount his adventures. Born in 1950, Dennis has seen it all. In his first novel Cold Gold 1, he shares with us intrigue and wonder which formed part of his life. Get an inside into Dennis’ amazing life when you follow Teddy and his gang of abalone poachers on their wild ride.< Less
Cold Gold I By Dennis J. McTaggart
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Dennis J. McTaggart started life on a farm in the Gippsland Lakes area. He left school at 16 and moved to Traralgon where he worked in electrical retail. His thirst for adventure saw him join the... More > local “skin diving club” where he was offered a job on an abalone boat out of Mallacoota. Dennis soon took advantage of the affordable abalone licenses in New South Wales and started diving out of Eden. Dennis spent the next years working in under water construction and on building sites all over Australia, eventually ending up in Tasmania diving for abalone. He suffered nitrogen narcosis (the bends) which partly paralysed him. It was during his recovery that Dennis started to recount his adventures. Born in 1950, Dennis has seen it all. In his first novel Cold Gold 1, he shares with us intrigue and wonder which formed part of his life. Get an inside into Dennis’ amazing life when you follow Teddy and his gang of abalone poachers on their wild ride.< Less

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