BRADDOCK’S DEFEAT … Battle of the Wilderness … … Inspiration for LOTM’s Massacre Valley? A large force of British regulars tramps down an old Indian
The unzipping sound of a tent flap in the darkness was the first sound of this early morning. I stumbled out into the cool, fresh
Almost spontaneously, after being innocently suggested by Eric Hurley (Soldier #2) on our Bulletin Board several months ago, the idea of a Mohican Gathering grew
Just happened to be my day off. Back in those days, we had rotating days off at the Post Office. It was a Thursday, the Thursday after Labor Day weekend – must have been 1998? – and it was my Thursday to be off. Sitting at my computer, hair loose & wet from a shower, I heard a vehicle coming up our long, gravel driveway. Got up, peered out the window. A Sheriff’s Deputy was approaching the house.
There weren’t very many gigs left. We were near the end of the line. I could be wrong, but at the time of this incident,
This Day in History: The Dog Eats my Toe! On this date 30 years ago – May 13, 1985, I came home from a softball practice just
“If they mean to have a war, let it begin here.” … Captain John Parker It can be forgotten, given our preference to 3-day weekends,
One of the most satisfying moments of my life was during the 7 year life span of my band – and I say “my” band”
From the Source ~~~ A few selected Biblical references [there are many more]: Romans 1:26-28 Because of this, God gave them over to shameful lusts.
Was sitting at the drive-thru at a local restaurant here in Marion, Moondoggies. The place, besides being an eatery, is close to being a museum
I drive around in my old, beat-up Olds proudly displaying my TEA Party bumper sticker. One day last week a woman comes in to the
St. Patrick’s Day … a day of a delicious corned beef & cabbage [don’t forget the ‘taters] dinner, a bottle of dark Irish ale, and