My wife noted that his may be the first year we are enjoying Fall more than Summer. Summer is supposed to be when the weather, a lighter workload, and vacation … Continue reading A Summer of Unfortunate Events
My sister bought me a copy of the Anthony Bourdain cookbook years ago. It was the first of my French cookbooks, and it’s still my favorite. I actually have a … Continue reading Farewell Chef
So that happened. It takes a few days after a tragedy to comprehend how you feel about it. Initially, all you can feel is shock. Sometimes it is just in … Continue reading We already got one
As I sit in a bar in Los Angeles right now, listening to some douchebag in a poorly cut, but very expensive suit trash-talk the Seahawks and their fans (myself … Continue reading Policy of Disengagement
Well that’s just goddamn irritating. If there’s one thing I can’t stand it’s losing another pub. The Irish pub down by our marina was closed when I stopped by today. … Continue reading Irish Famine
Back when I went to College, Christmas time was a pretty quiet time around the Fraternity. Pretty much everyone was gone, but since my family lived close by I stayed … Continue reading Repost: Go nuts this Christmas, Love Santa.
It’s good to have a long weekend to spend in the heat. While we are in California, Seattle is being hit with a cold snap and snow. We really aren’t … Continue reading Hats for Bats
My senior year of high school, they offered Russian as a foreign language. I had taken German from Jr. High, (side note: I’m old as shit, and went to Jr. … Continue reading Don’t Ask Me Why
A gallery of our newly purchased boat, a 1983 Sea Ray 340 Sport Bridge.
There is never, ever, a logical reason to have a boat. Boats are expensive, and if they aren’t they are broken, and need expensive repairs. You need special training to … Continue reading Bring Out Another Thousand