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October 17th, 2018

Happy 9th Anniversary to my favorite Lego helper, dance partner, and cat parent. Thanks for driving off into the sunset with me. 😚❤ . #happyanniversary #anniversary #9thanniversary #ninthanniversary #october17 #oct172009 #catholicwedding #wedding #catholicchurch #legoweddingcake #kryanaring #promdressweddingdress #rece

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“Mr. LuValle has made an excellent record in his graduate work with us. He is classed in the upper group of our graduate students, despite the fact that the graduate students are very carefully selected and have in general great ability.” –Linus Pauling, December 1938 James Ellis LuValle, known for his Olympic

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October 15th, 2018

This afternoon, when I went to retrieve the cats I took up this morning to be fixed, my friend who places barn cats met me at the clinic.  She was there to pick up the two Sodaville adults spayed today, but she also picked up my beloved fivesome of orange kittens.  Oh how I will miss them.  She delivered them to ARCF (An

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October 14th, 2018

Saw this pair when up trapping kittens in Sodaville. The weather?  Raining Leaves!  The mournful sound you hear part way through is probably just a lonely Big Foot.  We get that here in Oregon. Just some leaves floating on the river. Please send toilet paper!  I'm out.

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October 13th, 2018

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Cougars are being caught on trail cams all over. The usual places and some not so usual ones. This morning there are more posts about cougars being seen near Sodaville and a comment on the post stated one was seen in Waterloo at 4:45 a.m.  I'm trying to find out where in Waterloo.  Not that it really matters.  They've

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October 12th, 2018

Ah, what a game. The moves I must make, many steps in advance, to ensure the reservations I get are not wasted.  A chess game.  I need to make my moves.  I need to calculate my moves now to sync up cat fixing weeks into the future.  I love the game.  It's like visualizing a moving puzzle. The cat juggling that goes o

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October 11th, 2018

Registration has opened for Oregon Sea Grant's annual State of the Coast conference, which will be held Oct. 27 in Coos Bay. The post ‘State of the Coast’ conference set for

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Finally, Rocky, who was abandoned at the county park months ago, is at Heartland, waiting there for a home.  There he can be seen by people who want a cat in their lives.  And what a cat he is too. Rocky is laid back and a hugger.   He loves other cats and people, despite what people have done to him in the past. I fi

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October 10th, 2018

Linus Pauling’s belief in the value of vitamin C emerged from many sources, but key among them was the fact that humans, for most of their history, have been unable to produce their own ascorbic acid. This stands in stark contrast to nearly every other animal, virtually all of whom are able to synthesize their […

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October 9th, 2018

I am just never going to make my giant email newsletter list post and I have another one to recommend. If you're interested in the history of computing, keyboards, or the ways people interact with machines you should follow Marcin Wichary's progress on his book Shift H

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A new self-guided, clue-driven walking tour near Philomath explores the racial history of a 157-year-old cemetery co-founded by a former slave. The post Self-guided wal

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Week 40 in my 2018 #housewife #bulletjournal #planner. After weeks of craziness and being on vacation, I finally got a quieter week. The Man and I paid off his student loans from both his BS and MBA this week, a major achievement since we did it on one income and five years early. Sacrifices aren't sexy, but damn they feel

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Yes it was another big day yesterday for local cats.  I wore myself out, in fact just got up.  Barely.  And intend to do nothing all day. I took 11 to be fixed, and, after taking in five more sick kittens from Sweet Home, worked to bathe them and clean their ears out.   Meow Village had agreed to take them in, thank g

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October 5th, 2018

I was in love for a day and a half. I was again called by someone at the trailer park.  The same guy who had trapped four other tiny kittens and their mom, with his massive Little Giant trap.  And, in the mom's case, a pork chop thrown in the back as bait. Well it worked.  There was no way she could have eaten that por

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It was quite a thrill to come into the office this morning and see that the Pauling Blog had achieved a major milestone: As the widget says, Thanks for Reading! There is much more to come.

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