Monthly Archives: April 2014

Saying goodbye to Ron Akeson – my final lesson

Death is the great unknown, a fact that if viewed objectively by anyone who enjoys adventure would seem to be a final-days positive, a climax of exploration to cap life’s end with a curious optimism, if not actual excitement. But—as … Continue reading

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A damn fine day…

Today was interesting, initially in a bad way, but I managed to turn it around and pushed the PD flat on its back (for a time…). The last two nights I have experienced extraordinarily deep sleep (for me), deep enough … Continue reading

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So I lied a little…

The military was supposed to teach me never to “put myself on report,” not to admit to an error: if an act were truly an egregious offense, you would be caught. Otherwise, getting away with something was fair game. More … Continue reading

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