Are you an indulgent "pet parent" for your "fur baby"? You may be putting your pet in danger. Your pet is neither a stuffed animal nor a human child. Learn to be a responsible pet owner, instead.
Does the Law of Attraction work? Lee A Barton may have the definitive answer: Sort of, in a way, but probably not in the way you'd like.
This is a short story based on some incidents from my life. Really, it's a story of my comeuppance, well-deserved.
Memes are fun and funny but oversimplify complex issues. People become polarized when they believe the solutions to problems are simple. I use my chronic cough as an example to illustrate my point.
A review of Herman Melville's "Bartleby the Scrivener" with an emphasis on personal associations and perceptions.
Description of a haul-out for survey, bottom paint, and general maintenance for a 92-year-old classic wooden yacht, the Argonaut II.
The classic wooden yacht Argonaut II, once known as the Thomas Crosby IV, was once an important part of life for the isolated settlements of the British Colombian Pacific Northwest Coast.
The early history of the classic wooden yacht Argonaut II. Originally named Greta M, the yacht was built in 1922 by the Powell River Company as a luxurious company yacht.
Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert reviewed with an emphasis on personal associations. This book has a lot to say to our consumer culture though it was written in 1856.
A live-aboard cruiser discusses common causes of bad odors aboard and what to do about them.
This is my review of the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee with an emphasis on personal associations and reflections.
This is my review of W. Somerset Maugham's "Of Human Bondage" with an emphasis on my personal associations. Many critics consider "Of Human Bondage" to be Maugham's finest work.
Photos of an afternoon cruise in the waterways of Seattle-- from the Ship Canal to Lake Union and through Portage Bay.
A super easy recipe for cruisers which requires no refrigerated ingredients. This recipe can also be "leveled" up to involve more fresh ingredients.
How a couple from New Mexico came to own a classic wooden yacht, the Argonaut II.