GUS STAGER (click on this!) Gus is 93. I am 66. Just a kid in his eyes. He is my friend. He is a legend back in Ann Arbor, Mi. He was a swimming Coach in the University there, and was instrumental in teaching the 1964 Olympic swimming team to dive competitively. Cared for by… Continue reading Gus and Me
Well, I have been ignoring my Post, evidently. Finally, Starbright got a good home. I have partied with Toors, an international group of small hacker companies, on Orcas Island. I have gone to see Justin Hayward in a small theater in Aberdeen, Wa. I have taken time to wander up the West Coast of Washington.… Continue reading Where Have I been?
It is tomorrow when the next skipper of Starbright is piped aboard. She has been adopted by Dan, who will sign for her in the morrow, and her restoration has already begun.
That’s right. One of the tenants of the dream house in Westport is a Psychopath on steroids. So after trying to find common ground with him, and after his second explosion at me, I left. In my life, I have had occasion to deal with people of similar attitudes, and no good ever comes of… Continue reading Well, That Didn’t Work!
Out among the vast unbroken Void of a smallish Galaxy, our tiny speck reaches aphelion, in its trek around Sol. No longer influenced by tilt away, but now sailing towards tilt to, the Sun. All life responds in such resplendence as to mesmerize little human hearts with a Fantastic Joy of Life! As the Ice… Continue reading Enter the Northern Equinox of Spring
I have made the Peninsula at Port Townsend, my “Go To” home for years now. But I have always been intrigued and enchanted by the coasts of Oregon and Washington. Winter brings huge breakers that never cease, and start almost a quarter mile out. They are not well shaped, as they are blown out, but… Continue reading Coming Home to Westport