CRNC is ambitiously persuing its goal of providing an outlet for the urges we all naturally have to protect our home world of Earth or Gaia or any other respectful name of this amazing organism we ride through space and time on. For this objective It is a unique work sustained by contributions of all types and in this case from contributors from the United States.
Thanks to Jim Barone for binoculars from West Marine, they are delightful and very useful still after their long journey here.
Thanks to Dan Barone for delivery of these items and contribution of a Canon 400 to get those amazing shots of life here.
Thanks to Dan Halyburton for his tech support in getting CRNC a new computer and for being the main backbone of or support over more than a decade, you have a heart of gold brother.
Thanks to the unnamed ones also that make up the heartfelt vibe of support, I hope you can all feel proud of having been around too.