Studies of the prevailing psychologies of different cultures have been ongoing for the last few decades.
It was great to see Rollie and Shirley Cleveland when I stopped to their house one day last week.
I know I’m older than dirt when I glance around our house on the river. Many of the items we have used daily for decades, are relatively unknown to our grandchildren and great grandchildren.
The Chinese proverb states,” “If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime.”
It’s been well-established that outdoor activities are beneficial to our overall physical, emotional and mental health.
What a beautiful Sunday. A great day for a long walk.
It appears the long, hard, Adirondack winter may finally be coming to a conclusion, and while many local anglers are still hauling around their ice fishing gear, it’s time to get out your trout gear as the annual “ice out” grows near.
I don’t know about you, but a lot of things remind me of song titles or lyrics.
When two old farts get together they inevitably start to remember.
What a wonderful week for Holy Week. Every day was so busy.
March 2015, for the second year in a row, was a very cold month with much less precipitation than 2014.
My friends and family know me well. My faults are hard to hide. Those who read my posts are aware of my fat fingers.
The snow is starting to melt away from the trees which is a most welcome site after such a bitter cold winter.
Three recent research articles support the notion that some tiny animals, evolutionarily much older than we humans, nevertheless possess brains with some of the same capabilities and chemical activities as our own brains.
Is Good Friday good? No doubt that question has never crossed your mind. My mind? Let’s just say it’s different from most.