Category Archives: observation

Atlas Shrugged – Revisited

It was during college in the 60s that I was introduced to Ayn Rand, first through The Fountainhead followed by Atlas Shrugged. She spoke to me then, as she did to many others, with a loud voice promoting individual rights … Continue reading

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I’m Not Superman

The nubbins of a eureka came to me the other day.  It was a friendly little nubbins – had a nice smile, an inviting smile but was as elusive as nubbins are want to be.  So here’s the gist of … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Early Spring Hike . . .

Joined by a pair of swans!

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Chena Ice Bar

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Just Curious

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Magnificence!

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Words Fail Me!

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Sometimes I Feel Like Deck Furniture In An Alaskan Winter

  There is a certain amount of irony in my writing these words; my premise is simply that there are too many words being bandied about these days.  We are being buried beneath a blizzard.  Quite literally we are being … Continue reading

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Un-Role Models

I like to think of myself as a positive person.  I actively avoid negativism whenever I possibly can.  I try to look for the twist of any situation that will allow me to accept it without judgement.  And yet I’ve … Continue reading

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Traditions!

  As a young boy growing up in a reasonably large family, I understood that there were some things that just happened, repeatedly.  It wasn’t until later in life that I learned these repeated events were traditions.  They were just … Continue reading

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