By Barbara Kessler
Green Right Now
Green things are starting to shadow us wherever we go, leaping out in unexpected places. Like at the gas station.
Yet this green creep seems so normal. Read our picto-blog and you’ll see what we mean.
This sign, touting how Tom Thumb’s gas stations are now wind-powered, pretty much speaks for itself.
Talk about energy and inspiration. Look at these folks taking control of their neighborhood in Baltimore. They were contributing to the Project Orange Thumb makeover this week of the Oliver area. The project, sponsored by Fiskars and Home Depot, will beautify the neighborhood and provide it with a community veggie garden. How literally green, and smart.
Speaking of neighborhoods, if yours doesn’t smile on exposed laundry lines, try hiding the clothes behind a bush, tastefully hung on a fence. Call it a green outdoor art experience.
And speaking of art, we spotted this très cool bike rack in downtown Chicago. We don’t know where it came from. But we know a bike rack when we see it.
(Photo credits: Oliver park, Fiskars Project Orange Thumb; all others, GreenRightNow)
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