Why and How I Came Home From The Camp Drunk
I arrived home from the camp and was half in the bag.
Barbara started in on me about how I needed to be a little more productive in my free time, and that I was much to old to be drinking like this in the middle of the day. Continue reading
A Typical Day At The Mallard Inn
There have been many descriptions of duck hunters over the years and most are not flattering. So I thought I would take a typical day from this past duck season and try and capture the true essence of a duck hunter. Continue reading
An Inflatable Dam Could Be Used To Control Salvinia
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Thursday July 1, 2010 started lowering a gate in the inflatable dam to release some water that’s been building in a lake threatening to overflow and flood a Des Moines, Iowa neighborhood. The dam was installed as a temporary fix for the rapidly rising waters in Saylorville Lake, north of the city. Continue reading