Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections New Hampshire

Follow me
By
Contractor - Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections - Happiness is Homemade
Baker Home Energy Audit and Commercial Properties Inspections in New Hampshire #1 Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspector Featured in the ActiveRain Real Estate Network for New Hampshire

ARCHIVED BLOG POSTS

2007 

How safely do you share the road? Test your and your kids knowledge.1.) In a crash with a car or large truck, a seat belt could save your life.2.) Children are safer when sitting in the back seat of a car.3.) It is perfectly safe to stand on a street corner.4.) Car seats are only for babies.
Posted over 6 years ago
0 Comments
1.) True. Your seat belt will keep you from hitting the dashboard or windshield and even keep you from being thrown out of the car itself. So keep your seat belt fastened when in the car!2.) True. While airbags are a good safety precaution for adults, they are very dangerous to younger children. ...
Posted over 6 years ago
Wear your seat belt - It can and will save your life! Remember when you get in a car, sit in the back seat or booster seat, and always buckle up your seat belt! Seat belts are your best protection in any crash.Put on your helmet: When you're out riding your bike, your scooter, when on your skateb...
Posted over 6 years ago
6 Comments
He was our 33rd PresidentBirth: May 8, 1884                    Death: December 26, 1972              Home State: MissouriParty: Democratic                               Terms In Office: 1945 - 1949     1949 - 1953Vice President: Alben William BarkleyCareer: 1917 - 1919 Served in World War 1      ...
Posted almost 7 years ago
Thanks to SCA ( Student Conservtion AssociationLeading hikes and teaching kids about mountiain lions can be amazingly fun. And who sees the view from the Continental Divide or hikes up to an alpine meadow strewn with flowers withhout being moved to preserve it ?An SCA internship is a chance to se...
Posted almost 7 years ago
To understand the lives of the colonists, it's necessary to know the surroundings in which they lived. Even after European settlement of a century and a half. Even after at least 100,000 years of Native American inhabitancy, towering forests of pine, oak, maple, elm, beech, and chestnut covered m...
Posted almost 7 years ago
A unique social order developed in New England, an area that included the colonies of Massachusetts,              New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. English Puritans who were members of a radical Protestant sect that followed the teachings of the Swiss theologian John Calvin, settled t...
Posted almost 7 years ago
As they settled New England, the Puritans created self - governing communities and religious congregations composed of independent landowning farmers, or yeomen, and there families. The Puritan political leadership granted large areas of land to groups of male settlers, known as the proprietors, ...
Posted almost 7 years ago
3 Comments
The 1st President of the United StatesBirth: February 22, 1732         Death: December 14, 1799        Home State: VirginiaParty: None                 Terms In Office: ( 2 )  1789 - 1793   /   1793 - 1797Vice President: John AdamsSignificant Acts: Made the first presidential veto, blocking a 1792...
Posted almost 7 years ago
How about eating like the Montain Men did ?At a annual rendezvou where the fur company wagon trains went to meet the trappers to buy their furs, the Mountain Men could purchase canned and dried goods, surgar, coffee, tea. and whisky. All at grossly inflated prices. A pint of bad booze went for $4...
Posted almost 7 years ago
Ambassador
1,662,608

Dale Baker

New Hampshire Relocation and Views Info Blog
Ask me a question
*
*
*
Spam prevention

Accessibility option: listen to a question and answer it!

To submit the form,
drag the camera to the circle on the side.

Type below the answer to what you hear. Numbers or words, lowercase:

Additional Information

Locations of visitors to this page