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Travel Blogs from Hollywood
... br> I'm going to miss him, too, as well as his brand-new brother. I'm going to miss my goddaughter and her almost brand-new brother. I'm going to miss the families that surround these children. My parents. My brother. My friends. My co-workers. My pets. Pretty much everyone except for the crazy neighbor downstairs.
So why am I going? To ...
... yearns for do-over.
So it goes a tad askew…
I fell far from the tree.
Always working on the next chapter.
Educated too much, lived too little.
Hope my obituary spells Debonair correctly.
Never could resist overachieving
Wanted to live forever, died trying
Lazy Renaissance man settles for dilettantism
Didn't fit in ...
... it into the wraps the alligator created in its spin.
The remainder, I used to lower the Gator down to Rocky who allows it to come to rest on the road. Together we lift it into the truck bed, tied him securely and continued our unwitnessed capture out to the “land”.
It was so funny to see Rocky game as he was, with both arms bear hugging the gator just behind its front legs. My one handed effort at the tail I know was not much help but I ...
... fully clothed for winter, but I was so disappointed and determined that I jumped overboard grabbing the Sailfish by the tail with one gloved hand.
Instantly we disappeared underwater out of sight, but I felt the fish tire at about 15ft. below the surface allowing me to swim us back to the surface with my free hand.
There is much thrashing and movement which eventually places me near the bow of this 52’ boat, where Jim was quick to provide me the hook ...
... warrior and the rest of the civilized world was going to have to recognize this as described below.
OVER DOMESTICATION, May, 1982
How is it that some men are more physical than others, as if their existence is closer to their ancestral brothers,…
For it’s the very nature, of the primitive survival game, that we as civilizers are trying to tame.
What happened to respect for cunning and fierceness, in this ...