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In Loving Memory of Duane Howard Cushman Jr....

On Saturday we held a celebration of life for my grandpa, Duane Howard Cushman Jr., who passed on April 11th of this year. In honor of him, we ate a Thanksgiving meal (turkey, ham, mashed potatoes and gravy, yams, stuffing, fruit salad, etc., etc.) and simply enjoyed each other’s company – as my grandpa had done more often than not. 536 more words


Trekking the National Parks!

My weekly post is a bit behind schedule, chiefly because I’ve been busy on the family vacation: a epic road trip from Columbus, Ohio to the Pacific Northwest. 328 more words


Sunday morning rain is falling...

Sunday – the day of rest and a day for family. I wanted to share with you some childhood reflections that still make me laugh! 326 more words


Bicycle 3-Track Color Coded Wooden Cribbage Game

Pegged in Tradition – Find out why cribbage is one of the most popular games in the English-speaking world. Cribbage is a quick and challenging game of strategy, tactics and counting that makes a great brain tease for growing minds. 49 more words

How I Kept Sane in Honduras...AKA Cribbage

Imagine if you will a hot, humid October day in 1998.  You’ve been in Honduras for a little over a week, having flown into Soto Cano Air Base with the Navy Seabees on a humanitarian mission to assist the locals in rebuilding after the devastating effects of hurricane Georges.  1,415 more words


Beware of Step 27

I just completed a new cribbage board, but this one was made much differently from the others. I scaled up the board, and added a base to transform it into a table. 128 more words


Pacific Northwest Family

I’m not someone who has a large extended family. Well, they might be out there, but the ones I keep in contact with are a fairly small number. 244 more words