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June 14 1948
American River
About Me
I've been around the block a few times and have a wealth of experiences to draw from. I've seen and visited Heaven. I know this because I went through hell to get there. Most of what I share with you will be heavenly. Why not? It's more fun. If anyone wants darkness watch the news, read a newspaper or listen to any politician running for office. Joy, laughter and celebration or greed, selfishness, lies with hidden agendas? I prefer the former with an extra large helping of my truth thrown in.
Type of Writer
playfully long-winded, strong opinions. Story telling usually with a motive, a moral and a message buried under distraction!
Writing Style
uniquely my own. More like a painting than a writing. I draw word pictures. If the reader can visualize he experiences.
The Bible, sailing, canoeing, surfing, reading, fishing, skin and scubba diving, long and short distance bicycling, my motorcycle, gardening, watching, wondering and participating in whatever my wife daughter (21)& son (20)are doing next? Whew!
My Blog
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Saint Andrews
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Favorite Genres
spiritual, adventure, experience, opinion, personal, history, travel, philosophy, satire, western, mystery, inspirational.
Favorite Books
Bible, A Day In The Life Of Ivan Osokin, Magister Ludi, Sidharrtha, The Prophet, A Tear And A Simile, Narcissus And Goldman, Autobiography Of A Yogi, Tarzan Of The Apes, One Flew Over The Cookoo's Nest, Count Of Monte Cristo, The Curse Of Lono
Favorite Authors
Samuel Clemens, EA Poe, Hermann Hesse, Carl Jung, ER Burroughs, Kahlil Gibran, PD Ouspensky, Alexander Dumas, Louis La'Mour, Ken Keesey, Robert Ludlum, Agatha Christy, A.C. Doyle, Paul of Tarsus.
Favorite Poets
Edgar Allen Poe, Henry W. Longfellow, William Shakesphere, J.R.R. Tolkien, Chaucer, Lewis Carrol, Rudyard Kipling, Robert Frost.
Favorite Quote
No matter where you go, there, you are!
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