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I have two things to be thankful for

I have two things to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. I just published my new book: “Questions from the North; Answers from the South.” It’s available only on my website until 1 December. After that it’ll be on Amazon and … Continue reading

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I’m getting ready for the Mountain Home

I’m getting ready for the Mountain Home AFB event this coming Thursday – Saturday. I arrived a few days early to play Uno with my granddaughters beforehand. I guess it doesn’t say much about my skills as a card player … Continue reading

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This year’s trip to the 2015 Sons of Con

This year’s trip to the 2015 Sons of Confederate Veterans Reunion has been wonderful. I started with a three-day event at Ft. Lee, VA and finished with a second three-day event outside of Richmond, VA. I was able to visit … Continue reading

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This year’s trip to the 2015 Sons of Con

This year’s trip to the 2015 Sons of Confederate Veterans Reunion has been wonderful. I started with a three-day event at Ft. Lee, VA and finished with a second three-day event outside of Richmond, VA. I was able to visit … Continue reading

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It’s been a very fruitful couple of week

It’s been a very fruitful couple of weeks since my last post. July 4th weekend I had a very successful and enjoyable event at the NWCWC Reenactment at the Willamette Mission State Park in Keizer, OR. While at Willamette I … Continue reading

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I’ve made progress on “Questions from th

I’ve made progress on “Questions from the North; Answers from the South.” It’s going to be a shorter book than I first thought. I found so many quotes from six different southerners (over 340 quotes on 161 pages) that I … Continue reading

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This has been an interesting couple of w

This has been an interesting couple of weeks. I had a wonderful time at last weekend’s reenactment (Battle on the Metiolus) near Camp Sherman, OR (about ¾ of the way between Salem and Bend). Met a lot of new people … Continue reading

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