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This is the story of the author's two adventures on Manitoba's historic Hayes River by York boat and by canoe, combined with elements of Hudson's Bay Company history.  
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  • D'Nile Ain't Just a River in Egypt by Juanita Lawson-Haith 2/1/2015 1:14:46 PM
    Denial is way more than a river in Egypt. It can be a whole way of coping with some of life’s greatest challenges. My own life is a long story of the triumph of determination and positive thinking –and some denial -- over unbelievable odds.... more

  • LINKLETTER by Robert A. Mills 1/30/2015 11:17:24 AM
    oof the mouths of babe’s sometimes comes pablum,” so sayeth Art Linkletter, a burly beast and sage of my youth. Hutson, the eldest son of Alex and Phillip (3 going on 4), is the older brother of Ellie (she will be 2 her next birthday). Alex,... more

  • POT by Robert A. Mills 1/18/2015 9:43:06 AM
    It is less than a hundred who have abandoned their homes and jobs in Georgia for Colorado in order to take advantage of the medicinal value of marijuana to assist their children in overcoming the some of the diseases of childhood. Of co... more

  • LINKLETTER by Robert A. Mills 1/14/2015 1:38:27 PM
    “Out of the mouths of babe’s sometimes comes pablum,” so sayeth Art Linkletter, a burly beast and sage of my youth. Hutson, the eldest son of Alex and Phillip (3 going on 4), is the older brother of Ellie (she will be 2 her next birthda... more

  • ALS by Robert A. Mills 1/11/2015 2:07:25 PM
    I don’t know the difference between Amyotorphic lateral sclerosis and Primary late... more

  • GEORGIA 11 by Robert A. Mills 1/8/2015 9:18:04 AM
    In referring to Hawking as James and not Stephen. I commuted a stupid blunder. I know that STEPHEN is Hawking’s first name—not James—but I appreciate the thousands who wrote yesterday pointing out my error. Stephen it will be henceforth, forever more... more

  • GEORGIA by Robert A. Mills 1/7/2015 4:36:48 PM
    I do not have ALS (Ameyotrophic lateral sclerosis); I am afflicted with PLS (Primary lateral sclerosis), no more like ALS than chicken-pox is like scarlet fever. In fact, the likelihood of my PLS developing into ALS is as remote as childho... more

  • Lucky Foods for the New Year by Lorene Stunson Hill 1/4/2015 6:02:38 AM
    Fume Fume - Altered Consciousness. - Change in life cycle. - Chapter Ten We all will, sooner or later, find ourselves having to make the hardest decisions of our life. Dani found it hard to make the decisions she had to make, in Chapte... more

  • SUPERMAN PT. 11 by Robert A. Mills 1/3/2015 11:21:31 AM
    Stetson Kennedy hated the second KKK because it preached “One Hundred Percent Americanism” and demanded the cleaning up of its politics, and its calling for strict morality and better enforcement of prohibition (of all things!). Its offic... more

  • If the Way To A Man's Heart Is Through His Stomach, What is the Best Way To A Woman's Heart? by Lorene Stunson Hill 1/3/2015 11:06:10 AM
    Babasiko - Proposal of Intimacy. - Flirtatious theatrical and elegant. – Chapter Nine Well, certainly in Chapter Nine of, “To Dance with Ugly People,” you will experience delightful, theatrical, elegant and flirtatious Proposals of Inti... more

  • SUPERMAN PT. 1 by Robert A. Mills 12/31/2014 9:43:35 AM
    Because the city of Atlanta (not yet the capital of Georgia) rose from the ashes of the Civil War; its devastation thanks mainly to General Tecumseh Sherman, it is often called by very ‘old timers’ the City of ‘Phoenix’. (It has no more to do with Ar... more

  • Ghosts in the Room by Lorene Stunson Hill 12/29/2014 10:21:13 AM
    What ghosts will Dani Marie Dobson Ranson carry for the rest of her life in Chapter Six of, “To Dance with Ugly People?” Wali - Tough Dance. - Work Dance - Strength Some experiences in life are so harrowing we carry them for the rest of... more

  • Criminal Minds by Lorene Stunson Hill 12/29/2014 10:19:52 AM
    You are going to find an element of “Criminal Minds” in, “To Dance with Ugly People,” Chapter Five - Bewa - Communicate Social Control. - Beginning and end of rainy season. Have you ever been knocked off your feet by human behavior? Read how... more

  • "Who are the "Ugly People?" by Lorene Stunson Hill 12/29/2014 10:17:51 AM
    In the Third Chapter of, “To Dance with Ugly People” - Sanga - The Chase. - Gay and flirtatious first romance. I reflected on some on my experiences during the 1967 Detroit Riots. Detroit, a city in which I grew up. I used “The Ri... more

  • XMAS by Robert A. Mills 12/28/2014 9:30:18 AM
    XMAS – Saturday – Dec 27 The weekend before Christmas my lovely wife and I went to Nashville for a perfect celebration of the holiday with Alex, Phillip and Hutson and Ellie. We celebrated, even though I generally was ‘out of sorts’ with the... more

  • Today a baby boy is born & his name is Jesus by Herman Yenwo 12/24/2014 6:06:32 PM
    Everything about Jesus is magical. Starting with the appearance of the angel Gabriel to inform Mary who knew no man, that she would give birth to baby Jesus was by itself a huge surprise.... more

  • PBS by Robert A. Mills 12/24/2014 11:43:52 AM
    I saw life of Stephen Hawking on Georgia Public TV the other night; what I learned, among many things, was that I cannot wait to see his full-length motion picture The Theory of Everything. I also learned that he contracted ALS (Amyotrophic ... more

  • BICUSPIDS by Robert A. Mills 12/17/2014 1:24:07 PM
    Did George Washington, the father of our country, our 1st President, actually have wooden teeth? Well, he had only one natural tooth in his mouth when he was elected President, and he still had that single bicuspid when he gave his inaugural... more

  • STEPS by Robert A. Mills 12/13/2014 12:06:12 PM
    We were in their house in Kenton, Ohio less than an hour when my mother volunteered to go into the basement to get us a fresh and unopened bottle of Ketchup. Grandma Lasch had just that afternoon gone to the store and replenished her stock of what sh... more

  • MONDAY by Robert A. Mills 12/11/2014 8:28:03 AM
    Monday – Wed – December 11, 2014 The Atlanta Falcons played the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field in Wisconsin Monday night amidst a snow storm, and as soon as the score was ‘thirty-something’ to seven in favor of Aaron Rodgers (who had him... more

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