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Family Times Always Made For Fun

July 13, 2014 When the children were young and wanted some fun we made as much fun at home as we could. Instead of taking our children someplace we figured out how to have fun at home. more »»

‘You Gotta Have Heart’

July 13, 2014 Being a baseball fan, I have enjoyed many baseball-themed productions on stage and screen — both the small and big screen — one of those being the story of an elderly man who sold his soul to the... more »»

Thunder And Fireworks

July 12, 2014 I love getting weather updates on the computer because I can check the weather hour by hou. more »»

A World Without America

July 12, 2014 My daughter was here over the holiday and thought to earnestly ask me what is causing America’s decline. more »»

Editor's Note

July 12, 2014 Last Saturday I found myself following my fiancee through the trails of Presque Isle State Park on a bulky, awkward, yellow bicycle. more »»

‘Tap’ Into America

July 10, 2014 There are few things in life that can get me laughing harder than a well-timed joke taken from the 1984 film, “This Is Spinal Ta. more »»

To Wet The Line Is Oh, So Fine

July 9, 2014 I have struggled with weed whackers. For more than two decades now, I have written about my struggles with snarled wind-up rolls of string trimmer twine, balky engines, hand-numbing throttles, etc. more »»

And The Rockets’ Red Glare

July 6, 2014 “And the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air, gave proof through the night that our flag was still there.” Of course, this comes from our country’s national anthem. more »»

The Amazing Story Of A ‘Dirty Bird’

July 6, 2014 Early in my career, I did some things that didn’t exactly follow the Common Core mode, but proved to be pretty effective, though there was no measurement to verify that, unless you actually talk to... more »»

Bombs Bursting In Air

July 5, 2014 I like the way Chautauqua County celebrates the Fourth of July. more »»

Editor’s Note

July 5, 2014 Mornings and I just don’t get along anymore. more »»

The Recurring Holiday

July 3, 2014 It’s hard for me to envision spending my Fourth of July evenings anywhere but the shores of Chautauqua Lake. more »»

A Near Death Experience

June 29, 2014 A near death experience ... what is that like? How does an individual begin to draw from that experience? I recall a movie from a way back called ‘‘Resurrection. more »»

Up With The Sun Or The Moon?

June 29, 2014 I have always been a morning person. As I sit on the porch this a.m. listening to the birds I am enjoying my first cup of coffee. Morning is a delightful time as far as I am concerne. more »»

Enjoying The Summer At Little Cost

June 29, 2014 Ah, summertime, and the living is easy (if living is ever easy). more »»

Dog Treats

June 28, 2014 A couple of weeks ago, I made a quick trip to Canada for the 25th anniversary of Eurocan, a company that makes dog treats. OK, the trip up wasn’t so quick. more »»

Editor’s Note

June 28, 2014 When planning our wedding, my fiancee and I occasionally have different ideas. My thoughts involve little to no research. Sarah’s plans include scenarios I’ve never even considered. more »»

And So It Begins

June 28, 2014 Merry Fourth of July. And anyone who lives near a lake will know what I mean when I say tha. more »»

The Original 3G

June 26, 2014 You never know what you might find when you do your shopping secondhand. more »»

Musings After Getting A Speeding Ticket

June 25, 2014 “Dad got a speeding ticket!” That’s what some of my kids told their kids. more »»



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