Alternatives

We saw these windmills in Indiana, but noticed similar “wind farms” in Illinois. Good for the Midwest!

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8 responses to “Alternatives”

  1. thenoveilst Avatar
    thenoveilst

    Wonderful 🙂

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    1. Glenda Bailey-Mershon Avatar

      It’s certainly a sign of progress!

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      1. thenoveilst Avatar
        thenoveilst

        Indeed 🙂 I wish there was more of that here in UK.

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        1. Glenda Bailey-Mershon Avatar

          I know it’s an issue there. Solar wouldn’t be productive, I suppose, and perhaps people wouldn’t like windmills all over the moors. But is here much talk there about alternatives?

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          1. thenoveilst Avatar
            thenoveilst

            Yes, there are some talks in that direction and the idea of going green is increasing, yet, very slowly. The Brits are never known to be people for change, unfortunately. You get more progress from flogging a dead horse. 🙂

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            1. Glenda Bailey-Mershon Avatar

              Yes, but you have better manners than almost anywhere else. Thanks for commenting.

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