A Curious little koala swims to check out a canoe and climbs on in. A koala surprises a group of people in Australia by swimming across a river towards their canoe and climbing in it.
Jenny has not returned my calls in roughly a year. She has, however, sent me a poinsettia, poked me and placed a gift beneath my Christmas tree.
Imagine generating electricity from the energy a redwood tree exerts when it sucks water up 300 ft. to its highest needles
Triple Olympic champion and world 100m record holder Usain Bolt has said he wants to emulate the great Jesse Owens at the World Athletics Championships in Berlin. Owens famously won four gold medals in the 1936 Berlin Olympics and Jamaican Bolt is aiming to follow the American legend’s lead by claiming gold in the 100m and 200m as well as the 100m relay. Speaking on the eve of the championships, Bolt told reporters: “This is going to be a huge week.
For Brad Cohen, the barking and squealing noises he could not control began in the fifth grade.
Norman Ollestad remembers the tree limb. He was 11 years old, riding in a Cessna in a blizzard through California’s San Gabriel Mountains in 1979, on his way to pick up a trophy he won in a skiing competition.
Mark Sanford’s confession to adultery may be roiling South Carolina and traumatizing his family, but it’s bequeathed to the rest of us a handy new euphemism for sneaking in a little romance on the sly: hiking the Appalachian Trail. That was the original reason given by Sanford’s staff for his unexplained six-day absence from the state’s capital an explanation whose credibility evaporated when the governor resurfaced, not from an extended nature walk but a covert sojourn to Buenos Aires, where his mistress lives