Monthly Archives: October 2016

Time Warp

Its hard to re-live history especially when it’s painful. Its hard to re-live old memories especially when they’re painful. So it seems amazing that one forgets about old pain until slapped across the face with it as I was today. … Continue reading

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Its hard to re-live history especially when it’s painful. Its hard to re-live old memories especially when they’re painful. So it seems amazing when one forgets about the pain until slapped across the face with it as I was today. … Continue reading

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Ethereal Beauty

My companion and I recently  re-visited Crater Lake National Park.   First,we attempted to scale the north side of the park only to find it closed near the top.   We were unwilling to exit the park before we saw … Continue reading

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Not a Child’s Game

When I was in school we spent very little time studying the Oregon Trail — I tucked my knowledge into the recesses of my mind. Later, I recall kids in elementary school playing “The Oregon Trail” when it was a … Continue reading

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Be Careful Out There

My traveling companion and I have driven over 80,000 miles in the past six years as we visited most of the continental US and Canada.  In all that travel we have had one flat tire in Door County Wisconsin — … Continue reading

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Far Side of the Moon

Since I was a small child I have dreamed of being a space traveler and captivated by the moon. I watched the Mercury astronauts go into space and wished I could eventually join them. When President Kennedy called going to … Continue reading

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Long Live the Wild West

Cody, Wyoming is the eastern gateway to Yellowstone National Park.  The city is named for Buffalo Bill Cody.  He earned western fame for his work as an Indian scout/fighter, buffalo hunter, showman, actor and entrepreneur. It’s likely that anyone younger … Continue reading

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Western Art

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Devil’s in the Details

I don’t care how often I visit Devils Tower the very sight of it sends a chill down my spine.  Native American folklore believes that a party of braves were chased the top of the Tower by a giant bear. … Continue reading

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