Month: June 2022
Location, Location, Location!
As Simple As Fishing In A Bucket
Before I worked for SERVPRO, I had driven school bus for the River Falls and Hudson School Districts for years. At one of my stops for River Falls, I picked up two young girls, both very imaginative and VERY creative. One morning while coming around the turn, I found the youngest with a small stick … Continue reading As Simple As Fishing In A Bucket
Red Coats, Blue Coats and Yellow Dump Trucks
One of the greatest memories I had with my Dad was when I was about ten or eleven. My Dad would always buy me toys for the beach, since we had a lakeshore cabin, and he was a great student of The Civil War and so I saw a lot of toys/replicas from that time … Continue reading Red Coats, Blue Coats and Yellow Dump Trucks
I have recently taken up biking. I am not one of those guys that puts on the fancy cycling outfits or spends an exorbitant amount of money on a bicycle but, after being sick for a few weeks, the ten-year-old in me has been wishing to get out and see the neighborhood. I pulled the … Continue reading The Ten-Year-Old
When I was a kid growing up at a lakeshore cabin in Northern Minnesota, there were a few things that you could always depend on: the water was ALWAYS cold, when the wind was from the East you were going to get rained on and finally, bugs … and lots of ‘em! Now, I am … Continue reading Flying-Thing Season
Goodbye Sir Lancelot, Hello Angela Jean!
At the writing of this, I have been sick for over a week. This time last week, my lungs caught an infection that has stuck with me through 3 doctor visits, 4 trips to the pharmacy, not being able to fall asleep until 6 am and, I can’t walk around my house without getting so … Continue reading Goodbye Sir Lancelot, Hello Angela Jean!