“I was on my way back from England and living there for seven years were I was working with young people, started a youth work training program at Oxford and part of it was I wanted to continue working with kids and no one was going to pay me to do that,” said Bob. “So I started WildWays with the idea of doing biking, kayaking rentals and tours The rental business quickly turned into a retail business because people would rent something and go ‘that was cool, where can I get one’. So bring in bikes, bring in kayaks and the clothing thing really started to explode because there was nobody really doing that stuff out here, it was just a big gap.
Made with natural ingredients from whole kernel corn and other plant materials, it is 100% biodegradable and renewable. The Equine industry has found this product so safe for horse bedding because the soiled material allows them the opportunity to return the nutrients used in growing the crops back into the soil. When properly disposed of, the ingredients biodegrade and give back the carbon and water, which were used when they were grown (carbon neutral)..
One of the most impressive things that will draw you in right away is the spectacular exterior of their store. It is a nice wood exterior, with a laser blue ribbon wrapping around it. You know what I mean when you see it! They don have store front windows.
Comminution theory is concerned with the relationship between energy input and the particle size made from a given feed size. The greatest problem is that the machine itself absorbs most of the energy input to a crushing or grinding machine, and only a small fraction of the total energy is available for breaking the material. It is to be expected that there is a relationship between the energy required breaking the material and the new surface produced in the process, but this relationship can only be explained if the energy consumed in creating new surface can be separately measured.
Bob HoffmasterBob NelsonWade BatesSports On AirKFIZ SportsKFIZ SportsThe Fond du Lac City Council last night gave unanimous approval to renewal of liquor licenses for a number of establishments, but it was one that hasn been renewed yet that generated all the discussion. There are 13 more licenses that will be up for renewal at the Council June 26th meeting including the license for the Retlaw Hotel. City Manager Joe Moore told the Council last night they had talked to a representative of North Main Hospitality who said he would cut a check for $25,000 of the remaining $39,000 plus the hotel still owes the City in back taxes and fees if the City would forgive the rest.