Monthly Archives: August 2014

Want to make waves? Just press “start”!

A very interesting article from Smithsonian Magazine highlights efforts to precisely recreate open-water conditions.   Our U.S. Navy tests ships in an indoor ocean….yes, you read that right. In the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC, a 12-million-gallon, football-field-size pool is the world’s most sophisticated scientific wave-testing basin. Take a look for yourself…

2014 Run for the Fallen August 23-24

This weekend, August 23-24, we invite you to run/walk one mile for a fallen service member killed in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.   You can even download a race bib to indicate who it is that you’ll be honoring.   If you are unfamiliar with Run for the Fallen, we encourage you… Read more »

Interesting….convenient, TMI or perhaps both?

We live in world where technology is everywhere.  Our smart phones, for many of us, dare we admit it, are like appendages. And because we tend to be creatures of habit, patterns in our behaviors are becoming increasingly evident, especially if you use the app Google Now. This article from sheds light on the convenience… Read more »