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Danger: sinkhole!

Sinkholes are the stuff of my nightmares: one minute you’re sleeping in your bed or pottering in your garden, the next you’ve been swallowed up into the abyss never to be seen again. 747 more words


Building Problems

Here in South Texas as in other locations across the South we have some interesting soils and bedrock configurations that give builders fits as they try to do a good job constructing a building, a house, or any structure.  665 more words

Lift Your Life


What better time to revisit the desert heat than in the middle of winter.

K, M and I took a road trip with K’s co-worker E (that’s a lot of letters), around Arizona, Utah and Nevada, packing as much as we could into our three day weekend.   871 more words

Foreign Travels

wine - 2010 Bedrock Wine Co. Cuvée Karatas


Chicago Wiping Its Face Off

It was free day at the Chicago History Museum and I was pleased to refresh the broad strokes of Chicago history.

Chicago: swamp of destiny. Inhabited by the Algonquian for 1000s of years before French explorers rolled through. 451 more words

Bedrock bar & grill

The last time we were there was for their set lunch. See an earlier post.

Lunch was not that great, would rather have the set lunches at… 134 more words


I've got a girl crush...

“I’ve got a girl crush

Hate to admit it but,

I got a hard rush

It’s not slowing down” — Lori McKenna, song writer 

I’ve started writing the third and final book in the Bedrock Series and I have to say that I’ve been a bit hesitant to write/finish/share this one. 638 more words