Post 402: Land for the Lost

Owning land is part of the Great American Dream, along with a job that pays a lot for very little work and a spouse who petty much likes exactly the same things we do. But like that mythical spouse, the land might not be all it seems to be in Sparky’s imagination. Continue reading


Post 397: Paper Moon

An on-going first world problem is the lack of Sears & Roebuck catalogs or Farmers’ Almanacs. Our forefathers knew all about roughing it, to put it mildly. Now we have all these modern conveniences like computers and fidget spinners and political pundits. So we insist on something gentle yet thorough cleaning for our butts. Continue reading