I'm A Dork With His First iPhone...

I've lived in seven places.
here they are in order:

August 1972 - August 1990,
May 1991 - August 1991,
May 1992 - August 1992,
May - 1993 - August 1993,
May 1994 - February 1996,
July 1996 - January 1997

August 1990 - December 1990
  40° 6'7.34"N

December 1990 - June 1991,
August 1991 - May 1992,
August 1993 - May 1994
40° 6'15.43"N

September 1992 - May 1993
  2° 7'50.22"E

January 1997 - July 2005
 85° 4'56.34"W

July 2005 - May 2011
85° 0'32.35"W

May 2011 - Present

There were a few months in 1996 where I was living out of a 
Ford Club Wagon 15- passenger van that looked like this, except maroon:


I Am The .000000320933%!...

(The percentage of people in this country who are me.)



GKL posted this video on Facebook and it gave me chills. It captures all of the things I love about skiing. I've been privileged to have skied at Vail three different times. The first time I went was in junior high. I had saved up all my lawn-mowing money during the summer and fall to pay for my airfare, lift tickets, and my share of the lodging. My dad agreed to pay for the food and rental car. I went with a cousin who was my age and we quickly ditched our parents to find all the best spots. I repeated this in high school with three of my friends. The last time I went was my freshman year in college. I got a bunch of money when I graduated high school that I saved in order to go. Five of us road-tripped from Illinois for one of those cheap-o college Christmas break package deals. By now I was improved as a skier and felt confident in a lot of the harder terrain at Vail. Of all the places I've skied out west and overseas, I've always had the best skiing at Vail.  This video makes me want to ski there again as soon as I possibly can.


Documentary Film Book Of The Day: A Wilderness Of Error: The Trials Of Jeffrey MacDonald...

I don't read as much as I should and there's no good reason for it.  Whenever I finish a book I like, I think about how rewarding it was and how I really should read more, but then I quickly forget and watch a shitload of movies.  This past weekend we rented a remote log cabin on Lake Michigan with no TV, internet, or phone and I was forced to choose between counting chipmunks or reading a book.  To play it safe, I chose a book by my favorite documentary filmmaker, Errol Morris.  It reads like a documentary.  It re-opens the Jeffrey MacDonald case and picks it apart in a thorough and ultimately maddening way.  He was the Green Beret doctor who was accused of brutally killing his pregnant wife and two young daughters in 1970 at Fort Bragg in North Carolina.  There was a book and TV movie made about it called "Fatal Vision".    As with most of my documentary recommendations, I don't like to give too much away.  Just know that I finished all 500+ pages in two days, which for me is unprecedented.  It's really, really excellent.

Available HERE.


Some Guy's Blog Salutes The Heroes Of 9-11...

  1. Richard "Snuzzle-bunny" Cheney
  2. I couldn't think of any others.


Another One...

I had such a good time making yesterday's video, I thought I'd take another trip to the lakefront to see what was up.  This one doesn't include the bike ride, so it's not as long:


April Fucking 27th!?...

Is that really the last time I posted anything?  Eesh.  That's pathetic.  Well, since then, we bought a new house in a town about twenty minutes north of where we were living.  It's perched high above the Bear River and is blocks from Lake Michigan.  It is cheaper than the last house, but nicer.  We are renting the old place for now and actually saving money each month.  I made a video to give you a little flavor of Sunday afternoon, northern Michigan-style.  The video starts off slow, but if you stick with it, I think you'll be glad you did.  I duct-taped a camera to my handlebars and all footage is spontaneous.  It's days like this that make me feel like I live in fucking Hobbiton.



So, fuck.  I haven't been around for a while.  Not sure if people still check in.  I sure don't.  Mostly because I know I haven't posted anything.  I do, however, still check the different Google searches that lead people to my blog.  Here are the last several according to my SiteTracker.  I haven't changed the order or the spelling in any way.  Enjoy!

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