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I was in a local coffee emporium the other day quietly perusing the newspaper when a rather heated argument broke out between a foursome who… Continue reading
We would spend all night in the middle of the summer around the bonfire.
Our reliance on technology is growing fast as more gadgets take over small jobs.
It’s time for something different.
A far cry from the days when we could brave freezing tempatures with no power
“This is not a gold country, and don’t let anybody kid you.”
The Bible speaks a lot about making plans.
This week’s recipes: banana bread, stir-fried chicken, Mexican fiesta bake, sour cream lemon pie.
The oysters farmed in Kachemak Bay are some of the best anywhere.
When I’m thinking casual wardrobe, a hooded sweatshirt isn’t the first thing that comes to mind.
Well, here we are again. It is a new year. Perhaps some of you have made New Year’s resolutions. Resolutions are the promises we make… Continue reading
Cope has been an almost lifelong artist who knew from age 2 she wanted to create.
Tradition is what makes our holidays special.
On the eve of Christmas Eve, I received an annual phone call from a great friend.
A young engaged couple each had a supernatural encounter about the name of their son.
Christmas is about the gifts. But not the kind that can be purchased with a credit card.
Huge, juicy shrimp dripping with butter, garlic, Worcestershire sauce, and spices
This article was co-authored by daughter Susan Jordan. Christmas 1979 Anchorage This story is a repeat but well worth the laughter. Christmas 1979 was looking… Continue reading
In their early days in the Cooper Landing area, the Jims needed a place to live.
In our younger days I cooked every meal on the woodstove, as we lived here for 5 years without power