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A week ago today I was in Minneapolis waiting for my son to cross the Twin Cities Marathon finish line. We’d had a wonderful weekend together, and I had mental material for several blogs. One was about the Chainsmokers, an
… finish reading The Chainsmokers
We used a GPS on our recent travels, but the truth is I prefer road maps. So we also brought along the 2019 Road Atlas purchased at a truck stop earlier in the year. It’s filled with information GPS doesn’t
… finish reading Population
If you live in Michigan, which we do, the sight of billboards dotting the highway is a familiar one. Car dealers, health clinics, pet stores, hotels, even the billboard owner tout the merits of this kind of advertising. In fact,
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We’re settled for 24 hours in Clayton, NY, situated on the southern side of the St. Lawrence Seaway. With limited time to explore, we chose a two-hour boat excursion with our friends, C and R. As we cruised in both
… finish reading 1000 Islands
We’re headed East through Canada to upstate New York and my Mother’s side of the family’s annual reunion. It’s been fifteen years since we attended the last one. I suspect time has moved slowly in Lowville, NY, where the reunion
… finish reading O Canada
Today Earl and I drove to Holland to meet a potentially new investment planner for our modest portfolio.
In case you don’t know, Holland, Michigan, is home to an amazing tulip festival each May. We’ve gone a couple times, and
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Tomorrow I’m heading to O’Hare Airport and flying for the third time this year. And each time, I’ve found the online check-in process to be more and more difficult.
You know the routine. Inside twenty-four hours of your flight you
… finish reading Flying High
Ten days ago Kevin and I were in Duluth, MN. Since then we’ve been to more than one bookstore in more than one small town across Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. We stayed three days in Petoskey, just south of
… finish reading I’ve Been Gone
You know the old adage: Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.
About four years ago Delta Airlines and I had a disagreement about a refund I strongly believed was mine while the company strongly
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