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Table Of Contents

The little Neighbor Girl
Dear Tater
Sweet Jehovah God, He’s a comin’ in
The merits of Iodine
Anyone out there eat liver?
Every little girl should have a kitten
Good God! My grandmother???
Mongo’s d-e-d!
For God’s sake, Sheila!
Loogootee, Indiana
Rio Grande River
Santa Ana NWR
Alamo, Texas
Del Rio, Texas
Where’s everybody going?
Shell, Wyoming
Yellowstone National Park
Laramie, Wyoming
Promontory Point, Utah
Mount Shasta
Pahrump, Nevada
Traveling Route 66
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Newport, Oregon
Franklin, Kentucky
Atlantic City, New Jersey
New York City
Daydreams on the Turnpike
Seattle, Washington
Fort Myers, Florida
How to get out of Florida
Me? Obsessive?? Not a chance!
Wild Bill. Buffalo Bill. Who cares?
Emigrant Springs State Park, Oregon
San Juan National Historic Site
July 4, 2010
Shingles? It must have been the lamb
For God’s sake, Susie. Hurry up
Lopez Island
Captain George Pickett
Tide Pools
On the way to Anacortes
Will the owner of the black Jaguar XKE???
Back to Indiana
Sickness and the Wedding Vows
Next time, hold the mustard and onion
Oh crap! Is this where it starts?
Those crazy Wall Street Bastards
A Heart Surprise
Paying attention to Suppositories
She had me at Ta-ta’s
Smoke, smoke, smoke that cigarette!
A load of wash
You can stick your Old Spice where the sun . .
S w/ J? What is this?
An ironing board tale
But I love orange shag carpet
There’s a bit of thespian in all of us
Why, you young whippersnapper . .
Touch my pouf and I’ll break your arm
A death in the family
Underwear struggles
Epilogue
About the Author
P. 1
Those were the days

Those were the days

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Those were the days' is the third book in the `Travels with Susie' series. Like the first two, this book is a collection of essays, some of which first saw the light of day as the author's newspaper columns. The topics will appeal to almost everyone; containing a bit of fact, a little geography, some enjoyable history and of course, travel stories with a brand of quirky humor not found anywhere else. The topics will appeal to almost everyone beginning with a bit of nostalgia. We'll go back in time for a couple of tales, then learn how to cope with a 60 year old teenage love interest and finally, more of what living with Susie is really like. In the travel tales, we will ride along with Susie and the author as they spend a winter in Texas working on a National Wildlife Refuge, devote a wonderful summer to a National Historic Site in Washington State's San Juan Islands and enjoy with them their experiences in many of the other favorite places the author and his wife have visited.For those of you approaching retirement, there is a section that the author dubbed `Getting old; not for Sissies.' Here are stories with light hearted looks at the aging process that will strike a chord of familiarity and stories that guarantee both laughter and tears. Learn right along with the author what needs to be done when debilitating illness strikes. We all find ourselves in this sometimes frustrating but mostly enjoyable reality that we call life. For lovers of literary humor, `Those were the days' will reinforce the belief that there's never ending humor to be found in almost every situation we find ourselves in. All you have to do is hang in there. Thanks again for stopping by.
Those were the days' is the third book in the `Travels with Susie' series. Like the first two, this book is a collection of essays, some of which first saw the light of day as the author's newspaper columns. The topics will appeal to almost everyone; containing a bit of fact, a little geography, some enjoyable history and of course, travel stories with a brand of quirky humor not found anywhere else. The topics will appeal to almost everyone beginning with a bit of nostalgia. We'll go back in time for a couple of tales, then learn how to cope with a 60 year old teenage love interest and finally, more of what living with Susie is really like. In the travel tales, we will ride along with Susie and the author as they spend a winter in Texas working on a National Wildlife Refuge, devote a wonderful summer to a National Historic Site in Washington State's San Juan Islands and enjoy with them their experiences in many of the other favorite places the author and his wife have visited.For those of you approaching retirement, there is a section that the author dubbed `Getting old; not for Sissies.' Here are stories with light hearted looks at the aging process that will strike a chord of familiarity and stories that guarantee both laughter and tears. Learn right along with the author what needs to be done when debilitating illness strikes. We all find ourselves in this sometimes frustrating but mostly enjoyable reality that we call life. For lovers of literary humor, `Those were the days' will reinforce the belief that there's never ending humor to be found in almost every situation we find ourselves in. All you have to do is hang in there. Thanks again for stopping by.

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