Monthly Archives: August 2008

A Stalled Conversation

While in a public restroom, I was barely sitting down when I heard a voice in the other stall say, “Hi, how are you?” A little embarrassed I answered, “Doing good.” “So what are you up to?” the person in … Continue reading

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Hard Tack

“Darn liquid sunshine,” Tommy said as they stepped off the bus. It had rained all the way from Cheyenne to Denver as the bus traveled throughout the early morning. The horses were already in Denver. A caravan of horse trailers … Continue reading

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More Truck Troubles

So far in my tale of woe, I had my power steering hose torn off and a hole punctured in my radiator from this errant computer monitor as I was going to the dump. And when Last  left you, my … Continue reading

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Luke Arnold Wildgrube Jr.: 1935-2008

Luke A. Wildgrube Jr., was born on September 9, 1935, in Woodland, Washington and passed away on August 9, 2008, at his home in Dinsmore, California. Luke was my Uncle. Luke moved with his family from Washington to Humboldt County … Continue reading

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May I Speak

May I Speak? Can I speak? No, I can’t for my voice is weak, Weak from the life that I seek. It is weak for no sound comes. Not a tune can I even hum. Nothing to save me from … Continue reading

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