Category Archives: black and white

Reconstruction of the West Liberty Christian Church

  We won another victory over the tornado of 2012. Almost four years after a horrible tornado took our 102-year old building from us, we moved into our new church building. Previous to this, we worshiped at another church.  I … Continue reading

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Washington Monument

  For the first time in a month of Sundays, we were going to a high falutin’ French restaurant and I was excited. My wife and I were in the “city that never sleeps”.    That’s right, Washington, DC.  Because, “how … Continue reading

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Indiana Farm in Winter

  Last night I was so proud of myself. I entered into the world of uber-technology…I watched a movie on Netflix.  Now this was not just ordinary Netflix, like anyone can do by getting movies in the mail.  No, this … Continue reading

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Country Church

      Before you read any farther (or is it further?) please be warned about my mood. Lately, my mood has been 3D…dark, dreary, and dank.  According to the Urban Dictionary,  the stoners use dank to describe something of … Continue reading

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J. Geils

  I stood outside Wetherby Gymnasium feeling all grown up.   I could smell the excitement, the freedom, an occassional whiff of Smashburgers from the Dairy Cheer across the street and dirty denim.  There was also a strange smell, like burning rope, but … Continue reading

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The Thumb Sucker

      I look out my window into the back yard and see the tire swing and it reminds me… My son stood at the end of the aisle and waited for his bride.  She would  be escorted by … Continue reading

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Remembering Park Drive-In

Today I am feeling a little nostalgic… I don’t know if looking at this photo made me nostalgic or nostalgia came  so I looked at this picture.   Either way today I am thinking about the past. I took this … Continue reading

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Rocky Mountains in Black and White

Rocky Mountain high….in Colorado.   Big Surf Daddy had to transition from the salt water curls to the fresh water staircases of the Arkansas River outside of Buena Vista, Colorado.   He made the transition so well my alter ego … Continue reading

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Walkin’ Railroad Fork

Ahhh, solitude…..How I long for you.   Have you gone to be by yourself again? Whenever I have had enough human contact for the time being, I tend to daydream about a secluded beach,  a secluded path to trod, a … Continue reading

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Big Mac Bridge

I was saddened by the recent death of Stan Musial. He was a prolific hitter known affectionately as “Stan the Man” and played for the St.Louis Cardinals from 1941 to 1963. He was my dad’s favorite baseball player. The earliest … Continue reading

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