Category Archives: Stories

Down the Paw Paw without My Ma-Ma

On a sunny afternoon, 11 scouts and three adult leaders (one of whom spoke only French) dropped into the Potomac on the West Virginia shore. The plan seemed basic but as the saying goes, If you make a plan idiot proof, the world will invent a better idiot to carry it out. Continue reading

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My Secret Life With Lou

A couple of chance encounters with Lou Ferrigno of The Incredible Hulk fame resonates deeply with the author, recalling previous episodes involving motor vehicles and how Lou always seemed to be three for him – a pillar of strength. Continue reading






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Kind of Fonda Henry: A Punk Epiphany (and the Law of the West)

In the dog days of summer 1982, the distinguished American actor, Henry Fonda passes away. On the same day, the Dead Kennedys play a concert in Denver, kicking up a storm not a million miles from memories of the old Wild West. Continue reading






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