|Occupation||Administrator - Retired|
|Introduction||Maps. Some of the best stories one encounters one encounters by reading a map. A map is the framework - the outline - upon which both history and fantasy are crafted. Just as two people can witness an event and come up with entirely different recollections - each completely true, verifiable and accurate - two people can travel the same mapped route and come up with entirely different stories. But without the map, perhaps they'd have no story to tell. Some of the best anthologies in my library are stuffed in my map case.|
|Interests||Local and Regional History; the West; Motorcycle Travel; Cooking; Civilized Political Discourse; Education; Balance in All Things|
|Favorite Music||Those tunes performed by people using actual instruments and real voice|
|Favorite Books||To Kill a Mockingbird, The Virginian, Chris Lowney's Heroic Leadership, John Byrnne Cooke's The Snowblind Moon, Edward Abbey's The Monkeywrench Gang. Check out Craig Johnson's Walt Longmire series. Also check out Ron Carlson's "Five Skies" and "The Signal."|
Have you ever noticed that you can take the word "dog" - insert it into any sentence - and the sentence still makes sense?