Monthly Archives: May 2011


One of the results of getting older, or of having any sort of education, for that matter, is that you become less inclined to rush to conclusions.  When they had the nuclear meltdown in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania some thirty-odd years ago, … Continue reading

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The Canoe

The old Erie Canal runs through a park near Fayetteville, about a mile from where I grew up.  My brothers helped make the park, clearing trees near the canal path during their high school summers.  And I discovered this part … Continue reading

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