An American Hero

 Posted by at 12:32 am  Nick's Blog
Sep 182015
 

When we were in South Bend, Washington Wednesday, I stopped to pay my respects to an old friend. Bob Bush owned the first office I rented for my first newspaper in Grays Harbor, Washington, a lifetime ago. He was a successful businessman who taught me a valuable lesson that has served me well over the […]

A Long Short Trip

 Posted by at 4:14 am  Nick's Blog
Aug 142013
 

We left the Oceana RV Resort in Ocean City, Washington yesterday morning at 10:30 and set out on our 95 mile trip to the Long Beach Thousand Trails preserve. Though it was a relatively short distance as RV trips go, I knew it wasn’t going to be a fast one. And I was right. We […]

We Needed That

 Posted by at 4:00 am  Nick's Blog
Aug 062013
 

As I said in yesterday’s blog, cabin fever was setting in. So we took a much needed day off and got out of the motorhome for a while. Our first stop was at the post office in Ocean Shores to mail out a bunch of orders. We use Stamps.com for postage whenever we can, to […]

Apr 152010
 

Today is a very special day. 28 years ago today, my daughter Tiffany was born, and my world has been a much brighter place since then. Of course, being my daughter, Tiffany had to make her entrance into the world in a memorable way. I owned a weekly newspaper in Grays Harbor, Washington at the […]