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By Dan Bodine
Monday I did it!
Before the season’s first hard freeze arrives, I set out an asparagus fern named Methusela I’ve toted around for the past 26 years – transplanting it every few years into a larger hanging basket pot until she’s become just too large now.
Confronted with this Sunday afternoon — e.g., she’d really prefer to be in an open bed somewhere where she could really grow, wouldn’t she?! — I did it! Continue reading
By Dan Bodine
Talk about being short-sighted! At an average of $13 billion a pop, the U.S. naval planning brigade has stepped in it big-time! Modern-day aircraft carriers, critics say, don’t have the long-range poop for the pop!
A far cry it is from my own navigational-transponder experiences during the Vietnam era. The SPN-38, i.e., from my recollections, only worked “at sea” when we had a factory representative aboard who could stay on top of the damn thing! But in a crisis, our “long-term planning” was up to snuff!
The number of dogs, cats or other pets I’ve had to move in my life — when changing jobs or changing relationships and such — isn’t a lot. Admittedly, poor folks travel light. But it’s enough to’ve made me wince when I heard about a U.S. singer a while back having trouble down in Australia, over a couple of Yorkshire terrier dogs.