It was just one of those things. It didn't really mean Marvin Pincus had lost his mind. Consider this yourself for a minute. Marvin had opened the mail that morning and in it was the Fenwick glass fly rod he'd ordered. Oh, it was used, of course. But there's a feel to a Fenwick that only a man dedicated to a life of using dry flies can appreciate.
I hope everyone had a great Mother's Day. I did -- didn't have to cook!!
GREAT NEWS!! After spending 3 months in the hospital, Jerry Weber has been released and is staying with his sister, Kathy Knutson in Denver while he does therapy. We are happy that you are doing so well Jerry, but I'm sure no one is any happier than you are!! Hope to see you back home soon.
Dear EarthTalk: It's finally time for me to retire my trusty old Nalgene and upgrade my water bottle. Are any brands or models particularly greener than others? -- Cyndi Bland, Tempe, AZ
When Dewey and Emily walked into the Mule Barn the other day, they were greeted with applause and whistles. Emily blushed and Dewey took a bow, almost hitting the coffee pot Loretta was carrying.
"I hear you too really fell for each other," Doc said. "And the way I hear it, many times."
"That's right, Doc, I finally cornered him and we're planning a wedding," Emily said.
Emily is a brave soul, taking for a husband the most accident prone human being since Wrong Way Corrigan.
I just read an article that said a permanent 25-30% reduction in caloric intake produces anti-aging benefits and results in a longer lifespan. Is this true?
Let us first define anti-aging. It is not fewer wrinkles unfortunately; rather, it is slowing down the aging process by decreasing disease. Studies have been performed on animals in which their caloric intake was decreased by about 30%, and the result was a longer lifespan. But does this transfer to humans?
Proverbs 13:24 "He (parent) who spares his rod hates his son, but he loves him who disciplines him promptly."
Our pal Doc is a genius.
Just take the other day, and all of us were gathered up and coffee'd at the Mule Barn truck stop coffee shop and world dilemma think tank, and ol' Doc just proved it again.
Steve noticed them first, the young couple who had just pulled into a parking space outside the "efaC" window. From the outside, it reads "Cafe."
"Say," said Steve, "isn't that Bobby and Carol Ann?"
"Yep," said Jimmy, "and if I ain't mistaken, there's three of 'em today."
I have a problem with constipation for the last year, and I am tired of taking laxatives. Recently, I read that I should be eating 35 grams of fiber per day! That seems impossible!
I found out that a friend in Holly had passed away and was buried before I received the news. Maybe the old form of communication was better than all our modern technology. Anyway, our condolences to the family of Lonnie Hess, former Towner resident and was living in Holly when he passed away. His daughter, Lonetta, and I went to school together in Towner.
Jerry Weber got out of ICU on Saturday. Keep him in your prayers as he moves forward to recovery.
Last Wednesday, I went to Cheyenne Wells to see the doctor and then had lunch with Cora Coffman.