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  1. I'm not really sure I know who I am - Part II

    OK, so where was I? Oh yes, writing about Alaskan adventures.

    Alaska permeates your soul. At least it did for me. I immersed myself in everything
    Alaska. But I was never there in all 4 seasons. I'd love a chance to experience
    an entire winter in the 49th state.

    When I returned from my leave of absence, I was informed that my job had been filled and they would no longer require my assistance. For many that would be a crushing experience. For me it was a signal ...
  2. I'm not really sure I know who I am

    I'm not really sure I know who I am

    I've lead an interesting life in the 7 decades that
    I've been alive. How much more time will I have? Who knows. Time to get busy

    In my early 20s a wealthy uncle promised me an employment
    opportunity in Europe. So I packed my bags and off I went. 5 years later I
    returned a changed man. In the course of that employment I would go on to travel
    to 3 more continents and visit over 40 different ...
  3. Sights from Yellowstone National Park

    I've been kicking around the idea of going back to Yellowstone National Park for the summer. I spent 3 months there in 2012. I'd like to go back for 1 more extended summer stay. The place is amazing. Lots of incredible sights. Tons of wildlife. Cool temperatures all summer long.





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  4. Cruise ship menu

    Here are some of the dinner meals I ate recently on a 12 day New England and Canada cruise on the Cunard Queen Mary 2. I don't recall all the desserts. Some nights I got a 2nd appetizer instead of a salad. The food was well prepared. The menu was innovative although not every dish was exceptional. This was a great time for a foodie to try a lot of different items.

    The next to last day we got a tour of the galley. It was quite impressive. The kitchen was spotless. They have ...
  5. Fishing the bay from shore

    There are plenty of places to fish locally for salt water species. A few places are very popular. Both Calvert and St. Mary's counties have public piers. The nice thing about piers is that they allow you to get out in a little deeper water. You can also just fish from shore and make longer casts. The best part about piers is that they usually bug free.

    Croaker, Norfolk spot, red drum, flounder, mackerel and bluefish are all found in local waters. You can also hook the occasional ...
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