Monthly Archives: September 2013

Lifelet: Zion National Park

For those who only spend time in Seattle in the summer months, it is hard to imagine how dreary the winter and spring months can be with constant gray and drizzle. The wet cold goes all the way to the … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Labyrinth Growing

Patrick Reuter of Dominio IV wines has a long held dream of one day planting a vineyard in the shape of a labyrinth. Not just to produce a fine wine from the field blend, but a place to come walk … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Dominio IV Winery

You meet the best, most creative people in the wine industry. And you meet great families that surround these fine wine growers. One of the best is Patrick Reuter of Dominio IV winery. Along with being a fine wine maker, … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Swimming Alice

Some days you just have to be lucky rather than good. I took my lovely bride to the airport so she could go visit grand baby Hazel. On my way back home, I checked in with Maggie to see if … Continue reading

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Postscript to On Civility

Not that I’m looking for examples of incivility, but sometimes the incivility comes looking for me. My daughter forwarded me this article about the former NFL star who was threatened with a lawsuit by parents of kids who trashed his … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Butt fumbling and sliding

Sometimes you just have to let events speak for themselves. Last November I couldn’t stop laughing after seeing the infamous NY Jets Mark Sanchez “butt fumble.” It didn’t take long for the video to go viral and the gleeful comments … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Cody Grand Doggie

Several years ago when our daughters were sharing a house in Eugene, Oregon, while in grad school, we got a call from the Eugene Humane Society. The caller politely asked if we were the landlords of a house on Washington … Continue reading

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