Tag Archives: Michigan

I Wanted To Begin This Journal Entry With Reverence And I Have

Wolverine, Michigan Aug. 20, `82 When the boat docked, the wind didn’t seem quite as bad. At times, while bicycling, it was even at my back. When I arrived in Swift Current, I was definitely ready to camp, though. When … Continue reading

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Body Of Christ—The Door Into The Most Vital Love

St. Ignace, Michigan Aug. ‘80 The teaching of the meaning of the death of Jesus was a uniquely Christian teaching, but that meaning was not what Jesus taught. Sitting in that congregation, totally absorbed in the words coming from the … Continue reading

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Almost Home—Michigan

July, ‘80 I’m frying up potatoes, onions, and eggs at a wayside rest area about twenty miles from the Michigan border. I’ll be in tiptop shape when I cross over into Michigan tomorrow. The last three days have been beautiful. … Continue reading

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Family Together Again

      Bay City, Michigan July ’77 The next day, a 90-degree day, I biked into Bay City. I stopped to visit with my brother and his family, but he wasn’t home. I bought six beers and with two … Continue reading

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Apple Wine And Campfire Eggs

      Back In Michigan July 18, `77 Well, here I am again. Excuse me while I check my eggs. They are about ready to be made into sandwiches, and, while I’m at it, I might as well have … Continue reading

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Deadstream Swamp–Non Drama

Michigan Aug. ‘73 “Luck be my lady,” I think is how Frank Sinatra sang it, but I didn’t want any part of it. Maybe I was sick or even psychotic; it was all possible I guess. I had absolutely no … Continue reading

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