At the end of the summer 1973, Mom and Dad and I went to Billings to the Buick dealership. Mom… Read more Cars I Have Known and Loved—Part 2, New Cars and Hand-Me-Downs, Cool or Functional
I grew up during the 60s, that transitional era when cars became more than transportation for the common person, and… Read more Cars I Have Known and Loved—Part 1, 60s and 70s
The Great Equalizer—eBikes Through the long, lonely days and nights of Covid, the one thing I did have was time—to… Read more Bicycles I have known and loved. Part 2
Before I begin my rant about the benefits and wonders of my new eBike, my mind fills with the memories… Read more Bicycles I have known and loved. Part 1
Continuing the saga of how I got to Bayfield, Wisconsin for the week of July 4th without driving my car,… Read more Go Greyhound, Go Retro–Part 2
This Fourth of July, I am headed north to go sailing with my new best friend. I am truly blessed… Read more Go Greyhound — Advertising works!
And Then There Were Five On Mother’s Day, 2021, my brother Robert was killed in a vehicle/train accident. It was… Read more Brotherly Advice. Four tidbits that guided me through life.
How important are friends as we lay dying? What happens to friendships at end of life? As I have been… Read more Final Friends. As the world falls away, do our friends depart as well?
A long time ago I wrote about how my partner Scot and I answered a marriage compatibility survey. The question… Read more Can’t we just be friends? How our personality type affects our friendships.
I’m not sure just when I learned about proximity friendship. It’s been years. But even back then, the term and… Read more Proximity Friendship or: Distance Makes the Heart Grow Fonder versus Out of Sight, Out of Mind.