Monthly Archives: June 2010

Legacy

The last couple of days I’ve been thinking about what to do regarding all my writings. I have three basic catagories of writings: personal journals, news articles and stories and poems. My bride asked: Are you planning to leave all … Continue reading

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Great Blizzard

Snow had been falling since the day before and I had to be to work at KBUL at midnight. As it would turn out, the power would fail throughout the region and the station would be off-air for about 12-hours. … Continue reading

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Between Mouse and Dog

Living out in the county can be trying at times. Especially when it comes to an early spring invasion of field mice. That means it’s time for the annual setting of the mouse traps. One, under the sink near the … Continue reading

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Coming to Terms

Exactly 30-years to the day, I was fired from the U.S. Air Force. It took me years to come to terms with what happened, but now I accept full responsibility for everything that occurred. It’s what happens when a person … Continue reading

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Final Measure

The people gathered, all very excited to see the U.S. Air Forces’ Thunderbird flying team. Half the crowds were civilians, the remainder in uniform. The aircrafts,  Northrop T-38A Talons, streaked and roared over head to shouts and cheers, as they flew in … Continue reading

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Over Doing It

So, I’ve been made aware that I post and blog way too much. Is this true? A bit of the back-story: A friend that I’ve known since 1977 told me that I blog and post too much. They say my … Continue reading

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Truck Problem

Like I need another problem — worse yet — like I need another repair bill, but my truck refuses to go into gear.  It worked jus’ fine earlier in the day, but as I went out to head to work … Continue reading

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