Larry & Teddy

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Gender Male
Industry Technology
Occupation Retired
Location Cedar, Leelanau County, Michigan (near Traverse City), United States
Introduction I am a 76 year old (born 7/4/1937) retired Public Radio Engineer from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. Happily married to the love of my life, Teddy (nee Teddy Schlueter). Teddy is a retired Medical Records Clerk from Theda Clark Hospital in Neenah, Wisconsin. Two children, Michael and Lon. Lon passed away in 1994. Michael is married to his wonderful wife, Toni and lives in Appleton, Wisconsin. For photos click on link below or visit our photo site NOTE: Click on photos for full-size images.
Interests Emerging Technology, Travel, Reading, Kindle, RVing, Fulltime RVing, Fulltiming, Cardinal Trailers, Fifth Wheels, Triking, People named Larry, Larry, Fourth of July, GPS, Garmin, Greenspeed, WizWheelz, Segway, Photography, Cameras, Lumix, FZ50, FZ10, V8, Electronics, Macintosh Computers, Interesting People, Petting Cats, cats, Lawrence University, Single Malt Scotch, Blended Scotch, Cheap Scotch, Scotch, Tabasco, Appleton, Wisconsin, Traverse City, Michigan, Cedar Michigan, Leelanau, Lake Havasu, Arizona, Pahrump, Banana Cream Pie, cheese, pegs & jokers, pegs and jokers, mexican train, forest river, cardinal
Favorite Movies 2001, Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Time Bandits, Monty Python's The Meaning of Life
Favorite Music Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony, Vivaldi's The Four Seasons
Favorite Books 1984, A Prayer for Owen Meany, All Quiet on the Western Front, Anguish Languish, Brave New World, Catcher in the Rye, City, Crazy White Man, The Cronicles of Narnia, Dead Calm, Deliverance, Foundation Trilogy/The, Huckleberry Finn, Job: A Comedy of Justice, Lord of the Rings, Pillars of the Earth, The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged 13 3/4, Needle, The Stranger, The Harry Potter Series.

Whoops! Your tongue is now a magnet. Whatever will you use for silverware?

Well, since neither silver or stainless steel are attracted to magnets, I don't see the problem here. However, I might be able to use my tongue as a compass to help aim my satellite dish.