I get the Science Today feed for the headlines and a brief summary of the latest findings. This one caught my eye a while back: That immediately brought to mind a painting I did a few years ago. It’s just … Continue reading How Chickens Got to Hawaii
Marla need to earn the dough to be able to go to band camp, but this old lady had to be nuts. What a way to spend a Saturday morning. She’d listened to her mom who’d said this old thing … Continue reading Dishrags and Dresses
Yipee, 99 bottles of beer along the wall! Each of my cases holds 25 bottles and one case was short one bottle. No matter! In a couple of weeks I’ll have some fine Cooper’s IPA made with a mix of … Continue reading Labor Day Ale!
Back I May, I never dreamed I’d be so overloaded with work this long. Right when I got my new business set up and was emptying the cabin of all valuables for a massive clean-up, I got my job … Continue reading Better Late than No Brew At All
Alas! The venerable Hancock Fabric Store is no more. I have such fond memories of Hancock Fabrics, from way back. I won the 8th grade science fair and got $50 cash money for it. I bee-lined it to Woolco Department … Continue reading Hancock Fabrics, Good Bye!
I have changed the cabin dynamic and nobody around there is happy about it. I have taken Spring Cleaning to an all-time high by clearing out entire rooms, all of them, one at a time. The cabin was stuffed with … Continue reading Stop Howling! I Hear You!
I have brought many loaves into the world over the years: German Rye, Swedish Rye, French Baguette, Challah, Sally Lunn, Farmhouse, Wheat, lots of different kinds. Now I have finally hit upon the most fabulous, I love it, oh boy bread … Continue reading The Most Marvellous Bread!