I began writing as a creative way to think out loud.  As a  single, 57 year-old man,  I am using this blog to chronicle my journey, my discoveries, and observations.

I am born and bred in New England and have lived here all my life. I currently live in southern Maine.

I love to travel, anywhere. Here in America, I’ve traveled to New York City, Seattle, Dallas,  Chicago,  Las Vegas, Arizona and the Grand Canyon.  Elsewhere, I traveled to London, Scotland (Edinburgh and St. Andrews), Paris, Amsterdam, Ottawa, Bonn and Frankfurt Germany.  I love to play golf, but don’t play often enough.  I especially like to play golf at dusk when I have the course to myself.  I have been fortunate to be able to play golf in St. Andrews, and have seen the 2005 Open Championship there.  I find great joy in my children.  My Daughter is 28 and My Son is 25.  I am blessed to have them as a part of my life.  I really do enjoy long  walks on the beach – no cliche’.  I find walking by the ocean and breathing the ocean air reconnects you with the essence of  all life.  I love to get in the car and just drive, singing along with the radio.  I like walking the streets and observing the human condition.  I bring along my camera, just in case I find something interesting.

My Powerball fantasy:  to pull up stakes and buy a crofter’s cottage in Scotland.  I want to get away from the American ratrace and find a slower, more civilized way of life.  Anywhere I can play links golf can’t be all bad.

My philosphy in two parts:  You can never have too many books or own too much music, and ….”and it’s only the giving that makes you what you are”–Ian Anderson


One Response to About

  1. Sherri says:

    Haha…we’re both Powerball dreamers! Best of luck!

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