Cowboys and rustlers and the lesson on manhood from Old Westerns.
P.E. classes trigger a lot of memories – some good, some bad. Edd Jennings shares his 8th-grade experience here.
The movie could be described as anti-war. Who, though, were the filmmakers trying to convince not to fight?
A man, if he has the chance to become more than his destiny seems to give him, does so through the inspiration of example.
Embed from Getty Images The land cries. I’ve seen it in too many summers of my life, when the sun cracked earth mirrors the hidden cracks in my soul. The land hardens, and my heart hardens with it. Animals shun the light and lay up. Deer, when I find them, pant in the heat. Life hides. I hide. Only…
That old John Deere A will always be the embodiment of our grandfather.
They were too disturbed with what I had done for any one of them to want to be the first.
When ordinary decency is used to define heroism…
One man’s look at the nuanced idea of a better world without guns.
Riding each wave, I hear Polo’s voice emphasizing the importance of staying on the known path.
Some things are to keep. It’s as if the years don’t matter.
If I have a choice, I pick a direction of travel based on the drift of the wind. I prefer to receive signature rather than offer it, although I may not always be conscious of my choice.
The canoe is part of me. I can literally dance on the wide, church pew, ash gunwales of my old Mad River canoe.
To stand down or stand your ground for Second Amendment rights?
As I moved forward, he dropped back to the low hill a half-mile out. I fear him almost as much as what I have become.
Sometime in the late Twentieth Century our ideas of democracy shifted.