Cliff and June traveled to Pine Ridge reservation to meet and talk with Basil
Braveheart, a Lakota medicine man. He and his wife were very sweet and
interesting. We were gone 12 days.
weekend (Motherís Day) we are taking the trailer and staying at Cleburn State
Brandon will be graduating from TCU in Ft. Worth.
eldest son Carrick and granddaughter Rory visited Wednesday night May 9.
We went out to dinner at Rosa's and had a great time. My friends Kelly and Jeff
Brammer had visited El but they will leave the next morning to drive
have built a rear wheel on a 27 speed hub for our recent velomobile kit order.
continue my training rides in the early morning (4 to 6 AM) on Illinois out to
Loop 250, thence around Tradewinds and DeVille out to the Kent station and back.
Minimum ride distance is 11.5 mi, but extra loops can add up to
33.5 mi. if I have time. I did one 54 mile ride this week.
Camp has joined our Thursday night Menís Group meetings.
We welcome him to our Clan of the Frog Pond Menís group.
am scheduled to teach the continuing education course on opera at Midland
College again next fall. I am already planning the course for the fall and next
spring. The course is built around the Live in HD schedule of operas from the
David said, I have joined the menís group that meets weekly at his house. It
is a pleasant group to participate in.
735 Anderson Hill Rd.
Purchase, NY 10577-1499
Even better, Megan was home and at church on Sun. Jan. 7. It was so great to see and hug her! Megan's school is just a short distance from the village near Sleepy Hollow where my son Eric now lives and works, so they should be able to talk and possibly meet.
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The Clan of the Frog Pond menís group meets each Thursday evening at 8 PM at David Egglestonís home, 1605 W. Tennessee, Midland. Men are invited to share their life experiences and feelings in a secure, supportive atmosphere following Native American tradition. For more information contact David at 352-3681, or Cliff at 550-3302.