Monthly Archives: October 2016

Little Big Horn…

Fetterman and 80 of his men died that day… December 21, 1866.   It was the army’s worst defeat until the Little Big Horn ten years later.   It was a very small battlefield and a very short fight.  Very … Continue reading

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Fetterman…

 I have the book (of course)… “The Fetterman Massacre”…  my plan is to re-read it as soon as we sell the B&B and this whole new life opens up where I will have time to do lots-a-bunches of things… primary … Continue reading

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Custer…

After Phil  (the all american boy – ever listen to Jack Armstrong on the radio back in the 40’s?)  had escaped from the herd of wild buffalo, he and ellen  were back on the road heading towards Phil’s primary goal…. … Continue reading

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Dances With Wolves….

Meanwhile, back in the car,  and driving  “West young man”  (with his now 50 year old wife)… we were on our way to South Dakota and Wyoming where they had filmed one of my all time favorite movies… “Dances With … Continue reading

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interruption…

We interrupt this broadcast to bring you a very important announcement….     🙂     I keep having people from all over the world who “google” these titles from my old writings from 2007 thru 2011… I had been sending … Continue reading

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life after restaurant….

Our “Journey”  through life is like that… always transitioning from life as we once knew it, on to the next steps in the journey… until that next thing ends… and then we go on thru the next transition. After we had shut … Continue reading

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them there rolls again…

Couldn’t believe it… after what I wrote about my rolls the other day… somebody out on the West Coast googles a title I used for a posting back in 2010… “the hurryder I go… the behinder I get” and they … Continue reading

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