Amazing Stories from the Desert: Project Corona

I have recently been hawking the authentic picture of Bigfoot my wife captured on film during a recent hike in the Casa Grande Mountains.  No takers.  Go figure. Yesterday, I hiked the North Picacho Mountains searching for petroglyphs with my friends Chuck and Kurt.  While we found a treasure trove of petroglyphs, the highlight had […]

Orangemen

There will always be a soft spot in my heart for Jim Boeheim and the Syracuse Men’s Basketball Team.  Growing up in basketball-crazed Massachusetts during the Red Auerbach, Bill Russell and John Havlicek days of the Boston Celtics, I followed Jim Boeheim and Dave Bing during their playing years at Syracuse, and I returned to […]

Well-Being

Norwegian philosopher Arne Næss equates ‘glow’ with fervor and joy. This morning, I bask in the glow of accomplishment.  Twenty-five months after writing the first sentence, I can call my seventh novel complete… “Until the railroad comes in 1863, Amersfoort claims nothing of particular importance other than, perhaps, the Tower of Our Lady, one of […]