I’m doing my part.

Visiting Seattle, a city full of folks who want to protect the earth and it’s natural resources, just makes one want to live green and I’m not talking Kermit green here. I’m talkng environmental, healthy green. Everyrwhere I look, there’s an opportunity to live a life that communes with Mother nature. While here in the northwest, we have adopted a style of dining that would please anyone from the Woodstock generation.

this ought to make the greenies happy.

The flaxseed ought to be self explanatory, for God’s sake. Anybody worth their salt sprinkles flaxseed on their morning cereal, if not their entire days worth of caloric intake. It’s supposed to make you feel better. Ditto The granola. I have only been using these two in combination for three days or so and I’m sad to report that I don’t yet feel that it has improved my life. I think it might be okay though so I’m going to give it a few more days. The taste isn’t bad, although it does contain the essence of sawdust. Of course, The taste part of this review could also be attributed to my organic banana that we bought at Whole Foods. A note of some importance, these are probably the biggest bananas I have ever seen and would be right at home in any Tarzan movie (Note 1).
The ‘Toms of Maine’ toothpaste is supposed to be earth friendly, I think. I bought it for that reason anyway. Well, that and the fact that it was a dollar off.
I don’t know if you can make it out from the picture, but this particular toothpaste is Fennel flavored. After trying it for a couple of days, I don’t believe they have a winner there. I also suspect that may be why it was a dollar off the original price.

Note 1: I’m sure that Cheetah would appreciate them.

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About geetwo

I am a 69 year old (in 2009) retired I.T. consultant. My wife, Susie and I travel in an RV 6 to 8 months a year. I write a humor / travel column for several print publications on a weekly basis.
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