Happy Father’s Day 2017

The very first Father’s Day without mine.  Makes you ache, and think.  So, to the Dads that were…the Fathers we still have…and the Fathers that are…your love, values, skills, passions, and examples are the unique, empirical rocks which form the foundation of the generations. Thank you from the Heart. READ MORE»

D-Day June 6, 1944

73 years ago today, their courage overcoming their fear, men and women in their teens and twenties from France, England, Canada and America floated on silken parachutes and dropped noiselessly in gliders through an inky, black night laced with tracer fire into an unknown land and the epic battle for Freedom.  Hours later, […] READ MORE»

Memorial Day

April 19, 1776 the first American soldiers fell in a haze of musket smoke on the spring-green commons of Lexington and Concord. It was America’s very first call to the defense of Freedom. The battles for Liberty since then are legend, and today, the sacrifice continues in the hot, dry, brutal sands of a viscious Mid East. […] READ MORE»

Update on Moccasin Tracks

Sittin’ on the top rail, waitin’ for the sun to rise. Kinda like waiting for Book 4. Yep–Moccasin Tracks is delayed, but only briefly (GRRRRR). More updates are on the way for our great readers VERY shortly, so keep your ears to the track!  A huge thanks for being Threads […] READ MORE»