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Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell

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  • An Epitaph to J.B. Cornwell

    An Epitaph to J.B. Cornwell




    On Thursday, September 18, our father, JB Cornwell, died peacefully after a long illness. Moderating the iboats forum and writing the column "Red Sky at Night" was...
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  • Dogs Can Smell a Sucker a (Half) Mile Away

    Dogs Can Smell a Sucker a (Half) Mile Away


    I think someone is trying to tell me something. Around thanksgiving I had to put my beloved black lab Morgan down. I still to this day miss her companionship dearly. There's times I come home and...
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  • Birds of The Hideout

    Birds of The Hideout


    There are a number of birds that call The Hideout home year round. They are too numerous to name them all, so I will list only those that catch my eye because of their plumage or habits.
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  • Travels with Daniel

    Travels with Daniel


    My Grandson, Daniel, is named after my Great Grandfather, Daniel Lawrence Braine. I have written about some of Admiral Braine's adventures here, and there's more to come.

    I had the...
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  • A summer trip to LOTW for Musky

    A summer trip to LOTW for Musky


    July, 2009: A final three generation trip from The Hideout to Angle Outpost in the northwest angle of Minnesota. It had become a family tradition over the preceding 30 years to make a Summer excursion...
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  • The day the bison came to visit.

    The day the bison came to visit.


    It was a day in the early '90s. I heard a commotion in the yard in the early morning. Thinking it was my daughter's horses, I ignored it.

    Later, I stepped out on my porch with a cuppajoe...
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  • Almost SUNSHINE IV.

    Almost SUNSHINE IV.


    I found her on eBay. "1981 Boston Whaler Outrage 18" offered by BrokeBoats. She had been totaled by some insurance company.

    She had been hanging in davits on a canal near...
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  • Airborne Invasion, 1943

    Airborne Invasion, 1943


    Our family moved from Carolina Beach, NC back to the Southern Pines neighborhood known as Knollwood in the summer of 1942. Our Mom was afraid of the war, which was going on regularly off the Carolina...
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  • An Early Racing Kart: Brutus Minimus

    An Early Racing Kart: Brutus Minimus


    About 1960 Kart racing was hot rodding and open wheel racing in miniature. I had been racing for a few years with pretty regular success, but the availability of more powerful engines designed...
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  • Adventures with a Different Kind of Hot Rod

    Adventures with a Different Kind of Hot Rod



    In 1971 we bought a 1970 Volkswagen Bus. We had four children and wanted to travel with them. Our '54 Ford Ranchwagon just couldn't handle six or seven people plus camping and fishing gear...
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