Tag Archives: Fourth of July

Liberty and Justice for All

The Fourth of July falls on a Wednesday this year.  One of my favorite blog posts, the Fire(Working) Man, ran on a Wednesday Fourth of July.  It’s about my father, Herman.  He made a good living “working for the man” … Continue reading

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I Was Surprised Too

Yesterday was a glorious summer day; sunny and comfortably warm with no humidity plus the luxury of a refreshing breeze.  Today is the Fourth of July and I’m hosting my first family barbecue.  Handy thought I needed a gas grill … Continue reading

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The Fire (Working) Man

Living in New Hampshire, it’s easy to get tired of fireworks. They’ve been legal here for a long time. The Coop is in a “resort community” and we have fireworks every week during the summer. When I first moved here, … Continue reading

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Wading through the Weeds

I stopped at the Hampton Victory Garden on Sunday afternoon. Four days had passed since my last visit and I could not believe how much things had grown in such a short period of time. Rain plus heat equals growth … Continue reading

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