So I just did me some talkin’ to the sun
And I said I didn’t like the way he got things done
Sleepin’ on the job… 396 more words
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Gary Andersen knows he has made a good life out of clay.
Nearly two decades after retiring as an art teacher from Peninsula High School, Andersen continues to mold and clip clay into pottery many on the Key Peninsula and beyond have in their homes. 1,330 more words
Seeing the gaff-rigged schooner “Adventuress” on Filucy Bay this morning was such a treat.
The 133-foot ship’s white wooden hull was in bright contrast to the blue leaden skies of Longbranch, as seagulls skimmed the flat water of the bay and the splashing of seals could be heard from a distant buoy. 313 more words
Precious minutes matter in the business of saving lives.
This was a lesson about 20 volunteer firefighters learned, again, as a soft sprinkling rain moistened the yet to be broken windshields of two cars in a clearing behind Fire Station No. 723 more words
Fall is here.
“Pretty soon we will be driving to work in the dark,” says my lovely bride, as she looks out to a dark Drayton’s Passage. 294 more words