May 2015

The Smartphone Road Trip

I love road trips. In fact, I travel for a living. For the past two decades, I’ve made a living as a professional writer and photographer, traveling back roads in search of great stories to tell. Planning each trip demands time and effort, so I’m always searching for the latest technology that will make me […]


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The Smartphone Road Trip

I love road trips. In fact, I travel for a living. For the past two decades, I’ve made a living as a professional writer and photographer, traveling back roads in search of great stories to tell. Planning each trip demands time and effort, so I’m always searching for the latest technology that will make me […]

Co-op member provides shelter from the storm

Sometimes a tragedy provides a spark of an idea for a ­solution. In 2002 a tornado destroyed several homes near where Don Guymon and his wife, Betty, lived. Members of Tri-County Electric Cooperative in Mt. Vernon, Ill., the Guymons were alarmed by the lack of ­shelters for people who lived in vulnerable housing like mobile and […]

HONOR and REMEMBRANCE

Each year on the last Monday in May, the hauntingly beautiful scenes of rows of pristine white grave ­markers in our National Cemeteries appear in newspapers and on television reminding us it is Memorial Day. Usually the graves are decorated with American flags, helping us recall and honor those who perished in defense of our […]

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