Arch Patton, It Was 1993, Chapter 28
Nov18

Arch Patton, It Was 1993, Chapter 28

The first thing Arch noticed, again, were the clouds surrounding the very top of the mountain that was the center of the western lobe of the island. They were huge, slowly billowing, and beautiful in the morning light. Good signs for a rigorous hike………

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Arch Patton, It Was 1993, Chapter 27
Nov12

Arch Patton, It Was 1993, Chapter 27

The first thing Arch noticed, while walking up the pier toward downtown Lahaina, was the clouds surrounding the very top of the mountain that was the center of the western lobe of the island. They were huge, slowly billowing, and beautiful in the morning light…..

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Looking back Inside……
Feb23

Looking back Inside……

What’s it like inside our minds? Oh, we all know that our cranial container has all this gray stuff composed of crisscrossing nerves and synaptic tissue. We know it’s divided up into a myriad assortment of small areas that control specific parts of our physical existence……

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Wasn’t My War, a poem by James Strauss
Nov09

Wasn’t My War, a poem by James Strauss

It wasn’t my war, Not that stuff going on, Not where it is or where it was.
It’s not my war, Not now and over there, For me it was right here………..

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Ulaan Baatar, a Poem by James Strauss
Nov02

Ulaan Baatar, a Poem by James Strauss

It’s twenty-eight in Ulaan Baatar this day, And it’ll be ten tonight. Mongolia bridge, no bridge at all, Leather tents gone…….

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