I have just changed this web site to use WordPress as the front end. The old materials are still here. Just go to the menu item “The Rest” and click on the link there. Let me know if any links fail!
As you hopefully will see, I’m a 71 year old fairly active retiree with too much to do. During the summers, I play daily at the Squirrel Island Historical Society. We have a college intern who manages the space. The building is located on an island of 100 summer cottages off Boothbay Harbor Maine.
I’m also lucky enough to be involved with another small historical at Camp Kawanhee in Weld Maine. We hired our first intern in 2017 and are looking forward to hiring another for 2018! We have a beautiful building and have collected a huge amount of material relating to the history of this 100 year old Boys camp.
Next, I want to talk about Cycling. It appears a little out of order with the next entry, Beer but I’ll put it here in the interest of trying to maintain the illusion of respectability. In order to drink the amount of beer I like to, and stay alive, and I have to exercise. My preferred form is Cycling. Because I live along the coast of New Hampshire in the winter, I can’t ride enough 3+ months so I go to places like Cancun, LA, Portugal and ride for 10 days during the snowy months.
Beer. What can I say? In 1966 I was in college and someone whispered “Computers” in my ear, just like “Plastics” in The Graduate film. I have been blessed to play from Visi-Calc to IoT. Now the same with Beer. I started with Coors, Sierra Nevada and now there are wonderful beer bars and breweries in every town.
The Rest is just that, whatever does not fall under the above headings!