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War in Heaven: Mother Nature and Politics in Florida

Wake up!! Mother Nature is in Charge! Heading south can be a real high!  Traveling at warp speed (65 mph) from Cass County, we reach the mountains in a couple of days.  Even though we have traveled this way numerous … Continue reading

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Georgia On Our Minds!

The roads to Florida are rife with bumps, cranks, cracks, and jumps. While RVing across the United States we often need a break from being thrown into the air by unkept interstate highways that have been abandoned by governments. Georgia … Continue reading

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Volunteer: Underwater Archaeology in Florida. Part Two

Answering My Questions? The ancient inhabitants of Florida were just like us.  They enjoyed being near the water, feeling ocean breezes, and in certain centuries, the warm climate.  Discovering their lives is like discovering our own past.  In cultures that … Continue reading

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Underwater Archaeology in Florida. Part One

Florida is Beyond Anything I Could Have Imagined Volunteer and Discover! When you think of Florida, what comes to mind?  There is sand.  There are beaches, rivers, lakes, the ocean, and the Gulf of Mexico.  There are warm comforting breezes, … Continue reading

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Coping with Covid: At Home and Somewhere Else

Strategies That Calm the Mind Happiness usually finds my fingers on the keys of a computer.  These days it is a little hard to settle down to sitting at the desk.  It helps to keep busy when millions are being … Continue reading

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Hiding Out in Two Harbors, Minnesota

A Most Unusual Summer Excursion Covid-19 is sneaking into all of our lives, everywhere.  You can’t see it.  You can’t feel it, and you can’t smell it.   We fled Florida because we knew what was happening and what was … Continue reading

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Reflections on a Planet filled with FRIENDS!

The People of the World are our Friends The Twilight Zone Even though the rain had stopped, there were pockets of dead air that surrounded some of the construction sites along my daily 90-minute trek.  As I walked past a … Continue reading

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Make it Shine! Obsessed with Beauty!

Renew on the Cheap! Let’s take a step backwards.  One summer during graduate school I bid a job to paint an entire elementary school by myself.  To my surprise, the Superintendent was up for it.  So, for the next three … Continue reading

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In the Middle of the Night

Life is different now for all of us.  I thought about titling this piece, “Let them eat pasta.”  Why?  Modern day slave drivers have sent meat packing people (and others) back to work in spite of infections that have ranged … Continue reading

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Shock and Awe! Homes at The Great Outdoors!

Are We Living on Another Planet? Vacationing in Florida with an RV is problematic.  People love doing it and have been camping for over one hundred years.  In the 1920’s Titusville, and other cities along the Indian River/Lagoon or Intra-costal … Continue reading

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