There is an
old saying "Fool me once, your fault. Fool me twice, mine."
I was heartsick at even the thought of leaving my home.
THE POWER LINES WERE DOWN.
Fool me once, your fault. Fool me twice, my fault.
that stayed, they were right happy with the services provided. Those
kept out were not!
There were no
seabirds flying inland. None.
Trust me when I say I am far more
pleasant and easy to get along
generates her own power via solar panels. I have all the comforts of home aboard her.
Text messages became my connection with the
Side Note: T-Mobile is down. Only Verizon has coverage.
The Archive holds a running list with synopsis of published articles, and links to same.
A favorite aphorism: It was little wonder that Tom seemed all but immune to being bothered by small vexations. A tedious assignment at work? A football game to cover in a blizzard? A late-night shift followed by an early-morning wakeup call? Please. He had seen worse. He could always know: No one could throw anything at him as tough as what he, and the soldiers of D-Day with whom he had served, had seen when they were young. They were constantly among us, once upon a time. They moved among us, and they elected to keep their pasts invisible. They were, in every sense of the phrase, men among men. Forever.
by Bob Green, regarding Tom Pastorius, member of 101st Airborne Division from Canton, OH who parachuted behind enemy lines on Utah Beach.
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The Cruising Kitty is what boaters refer to as spending money. There's never enough aboard Seaweed!
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