- Tom Colvin and the Summer of 1966
It’s funny how a song can evoke memories of times long passed. I’ll never forget the song from July 1966, and where I first heard it. I was visiting a childhood friend, Tom Colvin who’d moved away after 4th grade. We were best friends during our elementary school years. On their last night in Enumclaw, […]
- On Turning 68
Reflecting on 50 years of change and what was learned along the way.
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How Jim Hawk, the son of Pennsylvania Dutch and Italian ancestors created an everlasting legacy on south Lake Sawyer.
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I drank my last drink and never looked back.
- A Walk in Wales
. . . where I found a treasure.