Friday marked my last day (for awhile) of traveling the state to visit with new and old friends and colleagues. I am delighted to report
Month: October 2021
It’s a funny feeling to be on the cusp of being the last one standing in your immediate family. And yet, here I am.
Oh-Dark-Hundred Musings: Speed-Dating My Way Through Idaho
I amuse myself with the title of this post. Oh-Dark-Hundred is a military term, says the Internet, for being awake at some supposedly God-forsaken and
No Job for Cowards, Retirement, Learning to Be
Here’s something I wrote last July before I retreated from retirement, getting back on the tractor, so to speak. Some of you will have no
Mmm… Cafe Tuscano in Pocatello
A work trip to visit Teton Regional Land Trust in Driggs and Sagebrush Steppe Land Trust in Pocatello on Idaho’s Eastside just begs for a
Me, In the Company of Angels
A fellow blogger’s request that his readers share true stories of their encounters with angels reminded me to be thankful this morning. This is my story.
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