A story from my next book “Follow Your Dog,” a lesson learned when observing a great raptor migration.
Fishing alone in New Zealand’s South Island, I experienced a “New Zealand Brown Trout” kind of day.
My poem “Nature’s Child,” which I wrote for my daughter Lyndsay after the birth of her daughter Dezla.
Almost an inch of rain from a rare late May series of storms. Today at 7am, I stuck my head … More
First written August, 1991; an observation from Lake Tatlatui, BC – In British Columbia’s Tatlatui Provincial Park, where you’re much … More
I am proud to announce that my first book Reckless But Lucky is officially out! I have been writing these stories all … More
This is a story with an alternate ending. Which do you prefer? Comment below! George took in a deep breath … More
Our ambulance drive took place in Sofia, Bulgaria, during the 1995 Masters World Freestyle Wrestling Championship. I was sixty-one years … More
I was about forty, when my wife, her father and mother and I were driving in Mexico during the last … More
It was a memorable spring morning by Hat Creek in northern California, the dawn-glow lighting a to-be-eventful Memorial Day weekend. … More