• rec.juggling via Google Groups – the IJDb forum was ‘powered’ by rec.juggling, a usenet newsgroup. The IJDb may have gone, but rec.juggling lives on. You can still access it via the Google Groups interface (and Juggling Hub, Juggle Junction, mentioned below) • Juggling Edge – which has forums, events, clubs and records. • Juggling […]
Learn How to Juggle Three Balls For the do it yourself-ers: Do it like this: The “Cascade” crossing pattern or ‘8’ pattern is the best starting pattern. Not like this: The Shower or circle pattern is cool but much harder to learn. Start with the Cascade! Trying to learn the circle pattern, while very […]
Make Your Own Juggling Balls You can use old tennis balls for this – it’s better for the earth, and there’s no need to buy new ones. Tennis clubs will often give away their old ones for free. Tennis Balls Method One: 1) Make small slits into tennis balls 2) Fill them with rice, beans, […]
Juggler.org has a great tutorial for making your juggling clubs, with step-by-step photos.
Most scientists recognize eight species of these marine reptiles. Experts can identify each by the number and pattern of scutes (horny plates) on the carapace (top shell). Sea turtle species range in length from about 53 cm (21 in.) up to 1.9 m (6 ft.). Males and females are about the same size. Sea turtles […]
Honorary EarthCapader Sea Turtle by Hearty A few years ago I went snorkeling on the Big Island of Hawaii. Have you ever been snorkeling before? Well then, you might know that snorkeling is when you wear a snorkel, which is like a straw, to breathe, and you wear a mask to see under the water, […]
Otto the Otter by Hearty I want to tell you a story about where we live. Lissin and I are incredibly lucky because we live in one of the most beautiful places on earth. You see 20 years ago a big mudslide washed away the road to our house so we get to hike to home […]
Common Name: sea otter Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Mustelidae Genus species: Enhydra lutris Status: Sea otters once lived along most of the coastal North Pacific Ocean. That was before fur traders hunted them for their thick, luxurious pelts. By the year 1900, sea otters were nearly extinct. Today they’re protected. The California population is […]