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Steve Hoffacker, CAPS, MCSP, MIRM (Hoffacker Associates LLC, West Palm Beach, FL), is an award-winning international naging-in-place instructor as well as a well respected author and instructor in the field of universal design.
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 These flowers are fantastic. Tulips, daffodils, pansies - all great in their one way - but these are truly special and quite fragrant! 
04/28/2013
 This magnificent flower is synonymous with the south and late spring. It typically blooms about time for the Kentucky Derby and is such a fresh addition to spring. Its velvety soft, creamy petals bruise quite easily, and the honey bees love them. 
04/26/2013
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 It's no mystery how this bottlebrush tree got its name - this unusually shaped flower looks just like a bottlebrush although the real ones typically aren't red. This great red color stands out against the beautifully clear blue sky. 
04/21/2013
   Keeping with a theme of orange for spring, here is anothergreat looking (and somewhat unusual) plant that literally explodes with color. Interestingly, it's called the firecracker plant.  
04/14/2013
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  How iconic! Many areas have something that is identifiable with them - either a landmark, natural feature, skyline, or something that makes them easily recognizable for what they are. Spanish moss means the south - in this case Florida. They have from the oaks and other trees - and give the sou...
04/12/2013
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Today at Martinsville, Jimmie Johnson continued his winning ways at this racetrack - having won there last spring to notch owner Rick Hendrick's 200th win as a car owner.Coming into the race, Johnson won his third pole and set a new track record. He led flag-to-flag with only a few laps being out...
04/07/2013
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  Grape stains are hard to get out of fabrics - like carpeting and clothes. While the purple color is pretty, it doesn't belong where it shouldn't be. Sometimes, you can find it where you aren't expecting it - and you like it. This beautiful flower looks like it has grape jelly in the center (lik...
04/04/2013
Q: How do we know it's spring?A: There are so many indicators. Here are some that come to mind - in no particular order: Major League Baseball spring training Daytona 500 and start of NASCAR season College baseball season underway March Madness basketball Time change to Daylight Savings Time East...
03/21/2013
Q: Why do we (most of us anyway) have daylight savings time?A: I can think of several reasons - and probably none coincide with the legislative one.For me, DST (daylight savings time) is a reward for getting through the winter. Notice we don't have to wait until April like we used to.After those ...
03/16/2013
I have been honored by the National Sales & Marketing Council of the National Home Builders Association with the "Bill Molster Award" that is given annually to the individual that has made a major contribution to the Council, its activities, and those of the industry.This is an award for years of...
03/14/2013
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