Tag Archives: Lone Ranger

Character: Actions, Not Words . . .

If you get to thinkin’ you’re a person of some influence, try orderin’ somebody else’s dog around.  ~Cowboy Wisdom Fishing is definitely a solitary pastime.  Just you, the rod, line, fly and (hopefully) a big fish.  As a result there … Continue reading

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My Heroes . . .

Early in life all of us have had heroes; people, living and past, real or larger than life characters from novels or comic books. They inspired us.  They provided us with role models of courage, compassion, resourcefulness, grit. Their actions … Continue reading

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One Riot, One Ranger . . .

“A basic tenet of a healthy democracy is open dialogue and transparency.”  – Peter Fenn As a kid growing up in the 1950’s, I was captivated by comic book and TV heroes.  Superman, Batman and of course, the Lone Ranger. … Continue reading

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