Awesome New National Parks-Related Sweepstakes

from The Jaguar

The Jaguar

Would you like a chance to win a three-night stay in a luxurious tent in Yellowstone National Park? Read on for more information. Yellowstone Canyon by Trevor Benedict. CC BY-ND 2.0

I just learned about an awesome new sweepstakes that I have to share with all of you. My favorite coffee roaster, La Colombe, is teaming up with three other organizations to send two lucky winners to Yellowstone National Park – along with a host of other prizes.

My primary vice is coffee. I have tried several different roasters over the years, but I keep coming back to La Colombe.* Their coffees seem to have more flavor than everyone else’s, they are always prompt with their shipments, and I have always had pleasant interactions with their customer service team. Now, La Colombe is also helping to protect the United States’ incredible national parks.

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A Hog a Day Part 20

from Nutstrok

Nutsrok

Image courtesy of Pixabay

I’ve got to end this series, since it is the basis of my next book and I don’t want to give it away but there are so many stories I want to share.  One is about a suicide and a mean Christian.

Mrs Rivers was as old as the hills. I believe she was born that way.   Widowed more than forty years, no one ever spoke of her husband.  It was impossible for me to imagine anyone could have ever wanted to marry her, as unpleasant as she appeared.  Still living in the house where  she raised her children, her son had built a house on her lot. My mother often remarked she’d be a trial as a mother-in-law as we drove  by and saw her dressed in a dark, long-sleeved dress and sun bonnet working her garden with a push plow. I’m sure she refused…

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Yesterday’s Hipster: The Digerati

The lad is a wiz with computers
and handy with grass.

Me: How is the lad today?

Henry: Quite beside himself.

Me: Lucky you. And the grass?

Henry: Never leaner–

Insight:

Good boys go bad or die–

Henry still thinks he’s in love.

(c) Rob Goldstein 1992-2018