Monthly Archives: May 2012

Fishing at the Lake

Eagle Lake in northeastern California is the second largest natural body of water in the state. With an extra high level of alkalinity (pH-9, during summer), the lake is home to a very unique fishery, consisting of the infamous Eagle … Continue reading

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Fun Questions

Fellow author, friend and editor Annie Seaton tagged me on this post consisting of fun questions on assorted topics. Here goes:   Four places I have worked: Stable-hand Customer service for large chain department store International air-freight exporter Administrator of … Continue reading

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Tying It All Together

Dedicated to the service men and women who defend our free speech One of my faithful readers asked me recently if I would be writing a sequel to my first novel released through Musa Publishing, Road Apples (December 2nd. 2011). … Continue reading

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The Ins and Outs of Ethnicity

The U.S. Census Bureau announced that for the first time in a a twelve-month period ending July 2011, minority births actually outnumbered white births 50.4% to 49.6%. This information would seem to indicate that for America, the ethnic tide is … Continue reading

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