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“Art in the Parks” by Richard F. Yates

Hey folks, it’s taken me longer than I expected to get to this post, but as I promised in my “Amusement Park Hopping” article from a few days ago (a week, maybe?), here is my take on ART IN THE … Continue reading

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“Amusement Park Hopping” by Richard F. Yates

Last week, my family (wife: Mariah, younger daughter: Elise, older daughter: Frankie, older daughter’s husband: Alec) and I flew to southern California for a little amusement park fun. It had been several years since our last trip to CA, so … Continue reading

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“We are Home!” by Richard F. Yates

Despite my abject terror of flying, we survived our vacation—and now we are home, broke, and exhausted… However, we had a great time, made some memories that we’ll keep until our brains go poof, and we might have even learned … Continue reading

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“Snake is Getting Seriously Tired…” by Richard F. Yates

—Richard F. Yates

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“Terror of Travel” by Richard F. Yates

So…tomorrow morning at 5:00 A.M., I’m being forced onto an aeroplane (a very unnatural mode of transportation,) and heading for southern California with the fam. (I would have preferred to drive—but I’m the minority opinion on that one.) As with … Continue reading

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“Newz from the Frontier!” by Richard F. Yates

Howdy Humans (and other sentient beings)! I’ve got a day off from the retail world, so I thought I’d take a few minutes and give you folks a quick “WHAT’S UP” of the goings-on around the Primitive Bunker: 1. In … Continue reading

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“Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade, Portland, Oregon, USA, Earth” by Richard F. Yates

On Saturday, October 6th, 2018, a group of desperate humans (tired of the day-to-day rigmarole) decided to find a BETTER place to be—and we succeeded! Actually, my younger daughter had turned 21 a few days before we went, and my … Continue reading

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