Tag Archives: Oklahoma

Two Lookin’ Atcha

The refrigerator shelves were almost empty. My middle-aged brain couldn’t concoct a breakfast from leftover chili, half a dozen eggs, kidney beans, two day-old rice, diet Cherry Dr. Pepper, and a jar of strawberry jam. Until I realized the meager … Continue reading

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January: MIddlesex County vs. August: Osage County

I send an email to my housemate: Got a lot done today, want to go to a movie? We do that sometimes; send emails when we’re too lazy to walk the stairs. I hate yelling between rooms. Sure, what do … Continue reading

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Brother Red, Brother Blue

The adage about the more things change they more them remain the same is particularly apt this election cycle.  I found this essay I wrote two rounds ago; after the 2004 Bush / Kerry election.  It is  as relevant, or even … Continue reading

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Pedaling Principles Chapter Six – Oklahoma, Energy for the Taking

The ride south from Dodge City, KS to Woodward, OK is one hundred and ten miles, a long and lonely haul on a hot, hot Saturday in late July. I was most thankful to the caring waitresses at Shorty’s Café … Continue reading

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