Month: May 2012

A blurred line in the sand or “I never saw the line, Gus”

The current congressional debate in congress about whether you can abort a baby for the simple reason of not wanting one of that sex should lead all of you writiers, whether in fiction or non-fiction to think about the giant issue of eugenics and… Continue Reading “A blurred line in the sand or “I never saw the line, Gus””

Memorial Day 2012

Today we had a great Memorial Day celebration here in Hood River.  The crowd of some three hundred participants met in the Cemetary where we sang, heard several poems in memorial to the soldiers both recently and long gone. A moving hour and a… Continue Reading “Memorial Day 2012”

Back from taking a dive!

Well, I’ve just finished a great three week vacation, first week in Texas with our good Friends Marty and Jim Graves who gave us a real Texas tour.  It included a visit to the swamps with the Spanish Moss, Seeing a Civil War enactment,… Continue Reading “Back from taking a dive!”

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