Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Rail Yard’s Ghost

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Yep, I’m still tied up with my manuscript titled Camelot Games. If you’re still reading, then you might realize I serialized a short story about one of my family’s favorite, around-the-old-campfire ghost stories. Flip back if you need to catch up, and I hope you enjoy reading as much as I did recalling. Ollie BTW – The story will be… Read more »

Experience: Final installment for Wind and Water

I count myself among the few lucky enough to have experienced piloting an aircraft above 70,000 Feet (close to 15 miles above the earth’s surface).  The U-2 Dragon Lady is the only operational air breathing aircraft currently capable of reaching such altitudes.  It is also an aircraft  of notoriety as a result of the Soviet Union shooting one down on… Read more »

Rail Yard’s Ghost (Part Three)

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Yep, I’m still tied up with my manuscript titled Camelot Games. If you’re still reading, then you might realize I serialized a short story about one of my family’s favorite, around-the-old-campfire ghost stories. Instead of the scary, untrue story, I wanted to tell you about wonderful grandparents and tough times. Flip back if you need to catch up, and don’t… Read more »

Experience: More of Wind and Water

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Anyone who’s ever studied the art of navigation is familiar with the name, Bowditch.  Years ago, one of my three sons was intrigued by numbers (and still is).  When he was ten years old, he read a book titled, Carry on Mr. Bowditch, about the life of the famous mathematician and navigator, Nathaniel Bowditch.  In all his youth and innocence, my… Read more »