Month: June 2019

Overexposed And Not Well Done

***WARNING*** Let’s be honest with each other…This blog is YOUR fault, not mine. You voted for it….essentially YOU made me do this…..I’m just passing along something that happened. Remember that in case you throw up in your mouth a bit or perhaps experience heart…

Up to the UP

Thirty days ago we arrived in Petoskey, Michigan with plans to stay here two weeks and then continue to the Upper Peninsula on our way to Wisconsin and Minnesota for the remainder of the Summer. As previously mentioned, a manufacturing defect is causing us…

You Think You Might Know – But You’re Not Sure

June 22 marks two months living full time in Julie, our Newmar Dutch Star motorhome. Here’s what we have learned so far: Living in our “tiny home” has not been that big of an adjustment. We still brought too much stuff. Hooking up the…

Asleep At The Wheel

On the phone with Verizon’s inept tech support team for seventy three minutes, so I figured I’d pass the time and share a memory from my bottled water days. This happened in Ludlow, Massachusetts while I was General Manager for Aqua Cool Bottled Water….

Watertown Weirdo

Tomorrow, June 17, is a full moon, so – here’s my take on full moon freaks. March 1995. Watertown, Massachusetts. I was halfway through a nine month project to create an outbound call center (OK, let’s call it what it was… a telemarketing center)….

“To Your Health” – a birthday toast to Craft Conundrum

Over the years three quotes resonated with me about business and two of the three panned out for me: Do What You Love And The Money Will Follow Keep Your Mind Off The Things You Don’t Want And On The Things You Do Want…

Road To Nowhere (Nappanee)

Well, we know where we’re goin’ But we don’t know where we’ve been And we know what we’re knowin’ But we can’t say what we’ve seen  And we’re not little children And we know what we want And the future is certain Give us…

Mackinac Island Visit

On Monday, June 3 we spent the day visiting Mackinac Island which is about an hours drive North from Petoskey, Michigan. The drive up there was reasonably scenic with sightings of deer as soon as we left our campground. This island is less than…

One Lake, four cows and two Uzi’s in the rain

This quaint Western Massachusetts town of 1,100 was settled in 1764. Country music singer and former lead singer of Stained, Aaron Lewis calls Worthington home and references it in a number of his songs: ‘So I just passed the sign that welcomes me to…

Confessions Of A Hot Dog Pimp (Part 2)

(In retrospect, Pimp #1 was far too wordy, even by my standards, so I’m breaking it into two 1,000 word segments. Thanks Todd and Lynn for the sanity check!) I saw fights and brawls better than any Pay-Per-View subscription. Most were just guys pushing…