Monthly Archives: September 2019
Carlos sent me this article about beautiful downtown Bayonne We’re in Annapolis with friends. tomorrow we cruise to Bermuda out of Baltimore. I’ll be incommunicado till Thursday at the earliest, so I’m going to post a week’s worth of strips. … Continue reading
The crick that Billy and I sailed our boat on was at the bottom of our property. Mean old Mr. Rupnik owned it. He even put up a barbed wire fence to keep Billy and me out. At least that’s … Continue reading
Contrary to what my mother wrote on the photo I posted on Monday, we didn’t build that boat. Heck, we were just little kids. It was my father’s snapping turtle box. He used to go hunting snapping turtles in the … Continue reading
Hi. Nothing much today. I replaced a cut-off to my hot water heater and raked leaves. And I fed Frau Grace oysters. She’s nutz about oysters. And clams. And now it’s crayfish since I made jambalaya the other day. She’s … Continue reading
I was six and Billy was seven: Seventy years later: Isn’t it so good to find your very first best friend after so many years! Hey, folks, I’m still trying to make a few bucks on the side…
Today I’m in Rehoboth Beach visiting my childhood friend, Billy. That’s from Pennsylvania when I was 5 and 6 years old. Photo tomorrow.
I missed a day. I’m in Maryland, and while I’m away from home my posts may be a little spotty. . . . . . .
And as I said yesterday, my posts may be a little erratic for a couple weeks . I’m putting my house up for sale. I don’t use it so much any longer, and I’m A little tired of commuting. Back … Continue reading
Steve S.emailed me the truth about commercial mushrooms. Turns out I was wrong. Theyre not grown in cow poop. I think that they were originally. It was always my understanding that the first commercial mushrooms were grown in abandoned coal … Continue reading