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Category Archives: Travel
Audible Call Saves a Conversation
Something audible is heard. But calling an audible is something to be done. An audible in football changes a play at the line of scrimmage. The quarterback reads the defense, recognizes an opportunity then calls an audible, a different play … Continue reading
Posted in Sports, Travel Tagged eugene oregon, florence oregon, husker fans, oregon duck football, the art of bs Comments Off on Audible Call Saves a Conversation
Faith, Friends and Fortitude
“A wife of noble character, who can find? She is worth far more than rubies.“ Proverbs 31:10 I hadn’t hugged her for years. Not because of a jealous mate, but because one of us had cooties. Lin had bad blood … Continue reading
Posted in Health, Travel Tagged bone marrow cancer, cancer research, grand canyon rafting, multiple myelomo Comments Off on Faith, Friends and Fortitude
Bucket List Trips With Parents Were Worth It
Note: We’re in the season of Mother’s and Father’s Days. This story appeared in several newspapers and magazines. I wanted to share it again. Dedicated to parents. I don’t remember my parents pursuing fun. They worked too hard. Nor did … Continue reading
Posted in Parent and Kids, Travel Tagged amazon river, bucket list, colorado river, father's day, galapagos islands, grand canyon, mothers day, rafting 3 Comments
Chance Encounter on Flight Opens Door
Hey folks, though I’ve fallen behind on posting that doesn’t mean I haven’t been writing. Or bothering my wife and kids. Or strangers. On a recent Southwest Airlines flight from Denver the kids sat somewhere behind me and I was … Continue reading
Cross-country road trip tests family harmony
“I have found out that there ain’t no surer way to find out whether you like people or hate them than to travel with them.” – Mark Twain What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger. Just ask my siblings … Continue reading
Road tripping beats mall shopping
Category: Road-trip Anxiety Level: Prepacking Stress – High Level of Difficulty: Easy (once I’m driving) Results of Blowing It: Family counseling I love a good road-trip, especially desert driving. We’ll cross Nevada, a scant 320 miles, en route to … Continue reading
Posted in Travel Tagged breckenridge, cold play, colorado, Eric Miller, etc guy, etcguy facebook, etcguy twitter, freelance writer, Highway 50, loneliest road, lulus, moab utah, nevada, phish, string cheese incident 11 Comments