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Hunters are supposed to motivate dogs. But hunting dogs can also be a source of motivation for the hunter. I was hunting with Ken, who had a well trained springer spaniel named Sunny. (All names … more
Peter, Paul and Mary lamented that they were 500 miles from home. U.S. currency officially discontinued $500 bills in 1969. It is 500 miles from Port Ludlow to Spokane, if you go through Walla Walla. … more
Our country is deeply divided and polarized. No, the issue isn’t Trump or political tribalism. It’s candy corn. Let’s, um, triangulate. You either love it or hate this … more
Many of the locals give me information about upcoming events or local organizations they believe would be appropriate for highlighting in this column. I do sincerely appreciate the input and try hard … more
The Olympic Peninsula Bluebills is a local volunteer organization loosely associated with Boeing through local retirees and others who see the good work they do and join them. This past year they … more
I recently spotted a copy editor’s nightmare — maybe one even worse than having to edit my screed: A photo in a local paper of a public-spirited bank exec giving a check to charity. Her … more
Recently there have some “op-eds” in the Seattle Times concerning the “Seattle Freeze,” the real perception that locals tend to not be as welcoming or inclusive to new … more
In election years, country music is as close as I get to advocating for a litmus test. I don’t care for parties or platforms and tribalism has little appeal. But, I doubt you can be a … more
OK, class. Put down those pencils and pens and pick up...your cell phones! It’s time for Perfesser Mann’s Insta-Guide to Social Media. You may want to take notes on that phone. Here … more
We took a trip last week. You might have noticed, or not, that I took the week off and the regular “Life in Ludlow” column was not in the paper. BJ and I went to Western Pennsylvania with … more
The 2019-2020 season of the Port Ludlow Performing Arts is upon us. Due to a variety of circumstances there are many new people on the board bringing the same high quality programs to town at a … more
—New Testaments: OK, Margaret Atwood’s best-selling new book, “The Testaments,” probably won’t be President Bobby Bonespurs’ favorite book. Oops, forgot. He … more
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