Hey Ladies – Music for a Snowy Day in April

I thought I'd share some of my favorite songs by some extraordinary women.  Enjoy! Nina Simone - Feeling Good Patsy Cline - Got a Lotta Rythm in My Soul Ella Fitzgerald - A Tisket a Tasket Liz Phair - Polyester Bride Fontella Bass - Rescue Me Amy Winehouse - You Know I'm No Good April … Continue reading Hey Ladies – Music for a Snowy Day in April

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Work in Progress: Musings on US as World Economic Power, Starting in 1860s through WWII.

January 31, 2015 interesting that I had never thought of this before, but the mobilization of American capital and industry to win the Civil War launched the USA into being the world's #1 economy.  This global leadership was reinforced in 1919, and again so dramatically in 1945.  The Civil War was the first modern war … Continue reading Work in Progress: Musings on US as World Economic Power, Starting in 1860s through WWII.

Dairy King

December 4, 2009 I can’t drink milk any more.  The La Leche League might not like me for saying so, but after collecting the colostrum from my incapacitated wife, participating in 3 ½ years of nursing two children, cleaning the pumping equipment twice  day, mixing home-made formula from goat milk and rice syrup, freezing and … Continue reading Dairy King

It Takes a Village to Raise Cyclo-cross Success: The Story of the Back to Basics Midweek Cross Series in Golden, Colorado

  This story appeared in issue 009 of GritCX Magazine in October, 2016 Photos by Racershots.com In the fall of 2015, the six-week Wednesday evening Back to Basics (B2B) Cyclo-cross Series in Golden, Colorado was in its fifth year. From its humble beginnings in 2011 with about 75 racers per night, in 2015 the series … Continue reading It Takes a Village to Raise Cyclo-cross Success: The Story of the Back to Basics Midweek Cross Series in Golden, Colorado