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Just Me
Posted:Dec 2, 2021 5:47 am
Last Updated:Dec 7, 2021 6:00 am
I am a standard member-- and I do not text or tweet. I like to gab a bit, tho. Additionally, I do not do long distance anything--I am a small-time breeder and my work is here at home--I never travel far from my dogs--they are my responsibility and my family.

I am not here to engage in random encounters nor sex talk. I am looking for a serious long-term relationship and that takes time. I am in no rush and will not be rushed.....mocliam xyno61

I'm 62 years old, muscular, healthy, D/D free. I am a Constitutional conservative and a veteran. I also have a minor disability--(see my blog). I do not smoke and very seldom ever drink. I attend services weekly and wish to find a partner who will do so with me.

I'm into prepping and homesteading, and I am trying to become much less reliant upon outside infrastructures. Times are getting worse and it may be a while before they get better--if they get better. I am planning for the future and hope to find a partner holding the same mind-set

I believe that a relationship is a matter of each partner giving 100% every day in all ways. I enjoy being with a woman who is conversant, happy, understanding, compassionate, has a sense of humor and who strives to be and keep healthy. I am 420-friendly. I am also a retired holistic masseur with more than 30 years' experience. I do not now practice outside of any relationships

My Ideal woman is fit and healthy, educated (self- or otherwise), self-aware, politically conservative, and who shares similar values. She must love dogs!

This was for more than 30 years my favorite location for sunrise photos
Posted:Nov 30, 2021 9:07 am
Last Updated:Dec 1, 2021 5:18 am
The fish pound is now long gone, was once actively fished. Now not so much as a single pole remains, but the memories live on....

A trip to the dentist....
Posted:Nov 29, 2021 1:52 pm
Last Updated:Dec 4, 2021 8:13 am
Some of my bird photography...
Posted:Nov 29, 2021 6:40 am
Last Updated:Dec 2, 2021 9:35 am

More Sunrise and Sunset photos--nature never ceases to surprise!
Posted:Nov 27, 2021 7:57 pm
Last Updated:Nov 29, 2021 1:04 pm

Sunsets and sunrises are my favorite subjects for taking photos
Posted:Nov 16, 2021 4:19 pm
Last Updated:Nov 26, 2021 7:48 pm
These photos are ones I took either from my back yard or from the boat landing just a couple of miles up the road

Something a bit different...
Posted:Nov 11, 2021 3:17 pm
Last Updated:Nov 13, 2021 5:02 am
It was not overly cold that morning, the th of December, 1988--just another job in a season when jobs were becoming scarce. I had contracted fell a tree--admittedly a rather tall one--and my partner and I were ready do it. Truck and block and tackle in position pull the top over, I climbed bare-handed up a rope I'd thrown over a limb, repeating this as I ascended until I was 70 feet up. The topp rose well above my position, waiting to be cut from the lower trunk--it was something I'd done a few hundred times before, so no worries.

I made the first two cuts. extracting a wedge from the side I wanted the top to fall--then came the back cut and my waving my partner to start pulling, tension already upon the rope so there would be no slack. I have never really been sure what went wrong. before I knew it, the tree top landed on the cut stump forming, briefly, a 'T'--and then it rolled towards me, taking me down to the driveway below with it. Apparently my right thigh bone, pinned between the tree top and a limb I was resting my leg on, snapped sharply.

After that, all I can recall it seeing sky and tree top above me as I began that long, terrible descent, my leg broken... The next thing I can recall was resting in a hospital bed--it was a week later--and my birthday, although I had no recollection of it.

I was pretty well drugged up and feeling no pain, yet I was still vaguely aware of things not being exactly right. I have since been told I was able that day to eat a slice of birthday cake--I have no recollection. As time progressed I was able to understand a few things being told me by the hospital staff: I had been dead and revived 20 times, once on the Nightingale helicopter, and nineteen more times the subsequent week before I gained consciousness.

My skull had been severely fractures, scars from which are still quite visible today. Eventually I learned that my right leg was fractured, as were the two bones just below my right knee--and my left forearm was apparently shattered so badly that my left hand was attached to my forearm by two strips of metal and fifteen screws. I had a titanium rod in my right thigh and two 3" screws holding together the two bones of my lower right leg. Both feet were severely dislocated when a pair of combat boots were shaken off when I hit the ground.

No insurance, I was discharged after fifteen days and carted home , laid out across the back seat of a station wagon, and in considerable pain.

I won't bore you with events of the subsequent five months except to say that on May th of 1989, I returned work, on crutches, shoveling a load of mulch from the bed of my tr=uck onto a shallow hillside. I fell more than a few times, ate some mulch, and I as grateful no one saw me. I kept getting back up to continue working. I was taking nothing but aspirin and continued to take aspirin five more years, 6-8 at a time, three four times daily as needed.

hus began a 25-year journey of hard work and relearning how do a few things--walking and then running again being the most of my labors. I became a stone mason, performed heavy landscaping and I dug and poured footings, too. By the mid-90's I started placing granite boulders on shorelines to prevent erosion, too. in one year I carried and placed some 265 tons of rip- as I rebuilt my broken body. For many years during this time I worked as many as 18 hours a day and ran my own business, mostly by myself

Below are some photos of me and my work during these years--I still do some climbing and I cut and split by hand all my firewood now--and I've given up hard labor for the most part to raise Labrador Retrievers.

Sometimes you just can't a man who will not give up, even when having never givren up means I have ruined virtually every joint in my body. I still take aspirin--3 at atime each night before I go to bed, and I am still dealing with some pain.

I am glad I re-made my life and kept fit--I am aware that few will ever have done as I have--I am proud of myself for this!

Fall Colors are Here!
Posted:Nov 10, 2021 3:50 pm
Last Updated:Nov 14, 2021 6:01 pm
Taken on the Colonial Parkway while driving, I swung my camera towards this scene as I was driving, capturing the motion of my arm and some stunning fall colors, too. This is the Navy's Chetham Annex Water Supply Reservoir between Yorktown and Williamsburg
Thank you for your service!
Posted:Nov 10, 2021 9:49 am
Last Updated:Nov 21, 2021 10:42 am
I served in the US Army 1977-1981. My blog post is to let others who serves know that I am grateful for their service and am grateful to have served. I am also deeply respectful of those who evince respect for those who served.... I hold in contempt anyone who decries anyone who served honorably.

God Bless Our Veterans One and All!

What I tell folks about the vax--
Posted:Nov 6, 2021 6:28 pm
Last Updated:Nov 7, 2021 1:08 pm

If the vax actuy worked, why the need for more vaccinatis?

If the vax works, those who do not vax are of no threat

If the vaxed can still ctract covid, the vax isnt working!

If there were no dangers being vaxed, why are people being ill or dying from it?

Sa thing with a raincoat--if your raincoat isnt working there is nothing about wearing mine that will help you. Do you see the point?

India and other natis are seeing a huge decline in covid cases because they promote the use of iverctin. Why are we in the US not also doing the sa?

Why is it US governntal policy promote ineffective cures when effective cures/preventis are directly available?

With herd or individual immunity from covid being tis more effective than the vax, why is herd immunity side-stepped for the ineffective vax?

I have had covid early this year--it lasted 2 weeks and I had endure is a light cough and a scratchy throat, and it was ge. I am immune covid and I have not been vaxed nor will I ever wear a mask. Fact is, I caught covid from a mask wearer in church.

I am not suggesting covid is not dangerous for so, but with a 99% recovery rate I myself see no danger for those who are healthy, fit and who live a healthy lifestyle

I suggest that you do as you please regards taking or not taking the vax--but for Gods sake do the research and do not limit your researches left-wing sources ale.

Ireland is e of the most pletely vaxed natis in europe--and Ireland is seeing nearly 80% of the covid cases infecting those who have already been vaxed. Israel and Gibraltar are also in the sa category as Ireland.

It is ti Arricans questied the efficacy of the vax and perform their own researches

A recent study shows dramatic decline in effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines over ti:

NOV. 4, 2021 7:58 PM PT
As the Delta variant because the dominant strain of the coravirus across the United States, COVID-19 vaccines available in Arica lost so of their protective power, with vaccine efficacy amg a large gro of veterans dropping between 35% and 85%, according a new study.

Research this further by going the site given above--but do not sp there--do your own research and sp listening those who are pushing the vax over the effective use of iverctin...

Start here, perhaps:
The 'Perfect Man' discovered
Posted:Nov 4, 2021 4:48 am
Last Updated:Nov 4, 2021 10:49 am
The concept of the perfect man has long been subjective--until now, it seems
What's a lady to do with a bouquet of flowers?
Posted:Oct 23, 2021 7:34 am
Last Updated:Nov 10, 2021 3:36 pm
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Its a Dog-eat-World.....
Posted:Oct 23, 2021 6:34 am
Last Updated:Nov 22, 2021 3:59 pm
1103 Views dont get caught wearing milkbone underwear!

There are a few absurdities I try not to live my life by, in spite of encouraging others to do so....devil's advocate?

I am very interested in the homesteader/off-grid lifestyle--eliminating my need of others. I am hoping to purchase a few generators, other things to stabilize my current status.

There is a well here from which I have drawn water before, as needed. I've had dreams of a pantry/cellar and I'm stashing up on food--meat mostly at this time. Rationed, I believe I could make it a year w/o shpping for essentials.

I to do some caning and pressure canning to lessen the my need to freeze everything--less potential loss if the power goes out.

I became a breeder of Labrador Retrievers 6 years ago--it's an income I can take with me or settle in for the storm with. Everyone wants a Lab....

There is room to house chickens, and there is plenty of room for gardening, and there is a garage on a slab

The house is approx a century old, has some additions and some up-dates. The two largest rooms are upstairs. I currently do not use them even for storage. I amd the dogs live downstairs and outside--the back yard is fenced.

It is a quiet life and I am getting by and live within my means--thrifty, smart, well-read, enjoys physical work, a handyman/jack of all trades, caring, compassionate, honest.....and if you want to know more, please as.....I am not nor do I think I am 'perfect'. I have my down-side, too


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