Written by Sanford Begley I was putting on my boots and a chain of related thoughts passed through my mind. You see, the boot in question is a tan, military style, boot. Now there was a time when i was a young man in the army when the talk was about how much tougher the… Read More Curmudgeon’s Corner: Boots
Early in our Tennessee trip, we had a day with nothing planned other than driving from the eastern side of the state to the middle of it. Someone mentioned waterfalls, and my ears perked up. I have wonderful memories as a child of visiting spectacular waterfalls in Oregon, probably Silver Falls, but the visual memories… Read More Elrod Falls
As we were traveling from Kentucky to Tennessee, I saw the sign for Cumberland Gap and asked if he minded that we stop. I had never been there before and wanted to see the much-storied and historic area. We got directions to the Scenic Overlook at the information center and headed up some 4 miles… Read More Day One: Cumberland Gap
Falling in love with Ohio all over again in the spring sunshine.
It’s spring, and thoughts turn to long walks on the beach, strolls in the park, and losing the winter flab. Sadly, with my routine, and lack of beaches, I can’t do a whole lot toward the slimming part of my goals. But with the return of warmer weather, I don’t have to be stuck indoors… Read More Busy Exercise