With a large family, the annual get-away had to be on a budget. We didn’t always go far, but we always had a good time.
There’s one phrase that comes from a strange place, but holds a special place in our combined history.
There’s one place in our yard what was so overgrown, you didn’t want to play near it for fear of losing your toys, bike, or worse. We called this place “The Amazon”.
The car with multiple owners and a strange name.
One of the early influences on my warped sense of humor and love of radio voice work. Buffalo Dick holds a special place in my heart (and voice box.) He used to be at buffalodick.tv, but I guess Jeff Lamb forgot to pay his domain registration a while back. For now, you can find random bits on the Internet.
Back to the house, or more appropriately, the roof of the house and why we risked our lives to climb around up there. Hint: It was more than the adventure.
Today’s family phrase of the day is “Black Coral”. The first family dog. Not what I would call the well bred dog, but he was our mutt and we loved him – most of the time. Also, a bit of news from our recent family reunion.
The Tomasi tribe gets its first cultural exchange with Wabushing’s tribe.
In the old house, one room holds a special place in our hearts.