Monthly Archives: July 2017

blog, short stories

“Poverty Flats”

“POVERTY FLATS” Cupcake & Snowball: The animal, in the dim light of a fractured moon, gingerly stepped his way through an ill kept barbed wire fence. It was the only barrier found between his native country and Northwest Montana. The [...]

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The Shortest of lives

The Shortest of Lives An unknown, not-understandable tragedy occurred on April 6th in 1963. Not understandable because of my youth and naiveté to comprehend what had just occurred to our young family. A baby’s life didn’t happen. Rona Lynn [...]

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Making a Change

MAKING A CHANGE The following is a recent missive from our Daughter Madeline. Lost in the forest of addiction, she is trying to find her way out. An opiate addict for most of her adult life; I want to share, for the benefit of family, friends and [...]

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airline, blog

Good Hands

The Art of Good Touch The artful pilot will often be referred to as having “good hands.” An aircraft is equipped with three flight control elements. The rudder is controlled by rudder pedals on the floor in front of each pilot and they control, [...]

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