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The Angry Man from Downstate

While hoping it wouldn't happen, the angry man from downstate did show his ugly face. I was wine cellaring, busy with my little coven of bottles, when through the window I watched a family walk onto the restaurant patio without masks. Our rule is posted and our young...

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Memorial Day: for those we forget

Growing up in blue-collar-land of the greater Detroit area, Memorial Day was always a big splash in the community with parades, wreaths, veterans of all the major wars, including WWI, and of course the remembrance of those who gave their lives for our ability to have...

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Beggining Crowds

On Tuesday, May 19th, in our little corner of the world, we saw the beginning crowds in downtown Petoskey. The day began with a rotating cloud bank overhead, some light rain, and then a swirling breeze ending in a beautiful warm spring day. People entered Symons...

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Excitment and Caution

All day sitting in the studio,  I set a thought in motion of discussing lost identities, or at least, confusing identities one may wrestle with during the COVID outbreak. Then in the midst of my studio day and intense editing, Governor Whitmer opened our county and...

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Four Days of Adjustment

Over the last four days, there's been a definite adjustment in our COVID directed lifestyle. First, I have felt a disconnect to my early vigilance warp into a enlivened energy to be creative in the wine cellar and forget, sometimes, my efforts to combat the virus....

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