Aug 112018
 

When it comes to supplying men who would go on to hold the highest office in the land, only the state of Virginia has been the birthplace of more future presidents than Ohio. Seven men from the Buckeye State would eventually live in the White House. One of the most colorful them was unquestionably Ulysses […]

Aug 102018
 

You can travel back in time to see what life was like in a small town in Ohio in the 1800s with a visit to Heritage Village Museum, just a few minutes from busy downtown Cincinnati. The living history museum has a collection of historic buildings that were moved to Sharon Woods Park, where visitors […]

May 062018
 

We didn’t get the heavy rain that the weather forecast said was coming yesterday, just a few scattered showers. But it was up around 90° and humid, so I was glad we took our boat ride on Friday. I had some projects around the house to keep me busy. Some guys would call them honey […]

Aug 042017
 

Before I do anything else, I want to wish my friend Don Del Rosario happy birthday. Don and his pretty wife Sharon are very special people who have brightened our world for a long time. We need to get together for a visit the next time we’re in Arizona, or if you make it to […]

Aug 032017
 

I’m way behind on my latest Big Lake book, so most of my time lately has been spent at my desk trying to play catch-up. Between Sunday and Wednesday I managed to get about 10,000 words done, and then another 3,800 words yesterday. That puts me well past the halfway point and it’s rolling right […]

Message Received

 Posted by at 12:22 am  Nick's Blog
Jan 192017
 

I wanted to give you an update on the couple I told you about in yesterday’s blog, who were beginning to feel anxious about boondocking in Quartzsite, Arizona after a neighbor filled their heads with all kinds of nonsense about how dangerous it was. They wrote to me yesterday evening to say message received, and […]