A wonderful week of diving spent on Grand Cayman. The water is amazingly clear. I became a certified lion fish culler and I had some “encounters” with a couple of sharks to top it off!
Author: Larry Charbonneau
Valentines Day Decoration
Continuing our new tradition, we decorated our skeleton for Valentines Day. Would you be his Valentine?
I was thinking about a couple of topics today related to college football. There’s not any research here…just my own thoughts and questions. Opinions are not the norm for my random tangents, but this is still pretty random. “9 wins isn’t what it used to be.” Why not? Being from… Read more“College Football”
We had been lazy about putting away the skeleton….and then decided that he was a bit pricey for just one day a year. An ugly sweater and a Santa hat….and some Army boots for warmth….and we have a new Christmas decoration! Ho ho ho! A new tradition perhaps?
Susan had an impulse buy. He looked so happy we decided he should pose with Tate and wave to everyone.
The other day, my son asked me how many people were in the world. I told him it was between 6 and 7 billion and figured he really couldn’t grasp a number that big. Then he asked me how many insects there were in the world. I have to admit,… Read more“Insects”
Just completed my first non light saber project….a collapsible workbench in our space restricted garage. I wonder if this will help build more sabers
I had a wonderful trip to Bull Shoals, AR this past weekend with my friend and dive buddy Jim. I spent it on and in Bull Shoals Lake diving and spearfishing. It was great to be back in the area. It used to be an annual trip for me….sometimes more… Read more“Bull Shoals”
I was in a discussion I had been in before about issues left handed people have with the world. The question came up as to why there are so many MORE right handed people in the world. That led me off on a search for information. As it turns out,… Read more“Right/Left Handedness”
I was on day who-knows of trying to get my son to eat watermelon and had finally convinced him to try it. Of course, he gagged, but held up his part of the bargain and swallowed it. I thought about how I had a similar reaction to eating an olive…. Read more“Gag Reflex”