Tag Archives: Family & Friends

Farm Life: Old-Timey Love

When my wife & I were courting 25 years ago, I enjoyed visiting with her family in New England.  Conversations were full of old-timey wit and wisdom.  Some of mottoes have stayed around with us through the years.  Her father … Continue reading

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From the Bookshelf: Two Memoirs by Cynthia Reyes

We have several rocking chairs in our cabin.  In each of our great-rooms, you can find a place to sit and rock while relaxing.  When reading two memoirs by Cynthia Reyes, A Good Home and An Honest House, I envision Cynthia … Continue reading

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Geeking Out in Silicon Valley

What could be more techy than being a geek in Silicon Valley?  Having grown up here before the digital age, my associations of this region are different from the post-dot-com millionaires.  I come here not to seek my fortune, but … Continue reading

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Going Home

Flying home to California this morning, the skies were clear and the sun at a good angle to take some photos.  We flew over our cabin, which I could more or less identifying by following the roads into the Appalachian … Continue reading

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Going Home

Flying home to California, the sky was clear.  The plane flew pretty much over our cabin in West Virginia. Home to home. My brother picked me up at the San Jose airport to take me to my parent’s house.   … Continue reading

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2016 Rhythm and Roots Festival, Rhode Island, All the Color of the Blues

Six to mid-night of the first evening of the Rhythm and Roots Festival broke the Fun-Meter again.  The end of the summer season brings out the color from the stages, to the bands, to the vendors, to the crowd.  Today’s … Continue reading

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Walking the Wall at Narragansett, Rhode Island

Time to begin our Labor Day weekend festivities.  All of our group had arrived by lunch Friday.  Lunch, of course, was lobster rolls and clam cakes.  As we were half-way to Narragansett Beach, we headed the rest of the way … Continue reading

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