Monthly Archives: April 2014

Is the picnic table too close to the fire?

Last night, a few friends gathered at the home of our friend Josh Greene. All day long, he had been burning brush and piles of rotted wood around his barn. We shared a dinner in the kitchen but spent a … Continue reading

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My Shop

I will forever be grateful to Al Gore for inventing the internet. Without it, people far and wide would haven’t discovered my artwork, and I would have run out of local Lew art enthusiasts a long time ago. My more … Continue reading

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My Ancestors

My cousin Karl Kemp ended up with all of the photos and documents that my grandparents had saved throughout their lives, and even from generations before them. Karl scanned many of them and sent CDs of images to family members. … Continue reading

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I know it’s spring because……

I heard a woodcock in the field behind our house. These quirky fellows come early and start their search for girlfriend as soon as the weather is turning. It’s an interesting call. They quack once. Turn 90 degrees and quack … Continue reading

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