Monthly Archive for: ‘October, 2018’


    For as long as I can remember I have been a history buff. My first teaching position in Hinckley was as an American History teacher and in my years at Hibbing High School, I taught numerous history classes. It wasn’t until the mid-eighties that my …

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    On Friday afternoon I sold my favorite ‘toy’; a 2002 dark blue Dodge Dakota pickup truck. I was in mint condition, low mileage, no rust, clean, and a smooth runner. In the six years I’ve had the truck it’s never been outside in Minnesota’s winters. …

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    I’ll begin and end this post with a quotation that fits the purpose of the words in between. “At best man is the noblest of animals, separated from law and justice he is the worst.” Aristotle Living on the Range I am one of the …

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    I just viewed some video on the aftermath of Hurricane Michael. Mexico beach near Panama City on the Florida panhandle looks obliterated. My heart and prayers go out to all those people who have suffered terrible losses–and to the survivors of those who died. And …

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    Writing for the sake of writing today. I’m only a couple of weeks away from the publication of my new book. That should be exciting. Especially after a year’s work finally coming to fruition. Yet, I have mixed emotions; despite the feeling that it’s probably …

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    If you live up here in northeastern Minnesota I don’t have to remind you of the lousy weather we’ve has over the past several weeks–rain, frost, and this morning snow on the rooftops. And, more coming tonight. The weather-guessers say that the weak sun of …

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