Marge and I being married in 1960
Marge’s 1961 birthday photo
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I am now placing the most recent slideshow at the top in reverse chronological order. I can't easily re-do that for the few already posted, but this method should be more user friendly. I usually limit a single show to 25 or less images.
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R. F. & M. F. – End of Chapter
“MY GRANDFATHER’S CLOCK” Words and Lyrics Henry Clay Work “My grandfather’s clock was too large for the shelf, So it stood ninety years on the floor; It was taller by half than the old man himself, Though it weighed not … Continue reading
Posted in Marital difficulties, Relationships, Vegas 1980-1990, Vestal Tagged clockwork, college, death, driving, emotions, grief, life, love, Marge, marriage, memoir, mind prober, misunderstanding, National Guard, Personality testing, relationships, road travel 2 Comments
Experimenting With Drugs
I experimented with drugs while at Syracuse University. Yes, and I am proud of this. This activity was an added benefit of working at the Infirmary. The Norwich Pharmaceutical Company started in 1887 in Norwich, NY and exists today as … Continue reading
Back Home At Last!
Hancock Field, Syracuse, NY At last! official orders had been prepared and we in the 138th TACFRON came back to Syracuse in August of 1962. Of course, we were still on active duty until the end of the month but … Continue reading
Active Duty In France
I served on active duty during the berlin recall of 1961-1962. I was assigned to the 138th Tactical Fighter Squadron (TACFRON) NYANG. our location was Phalsbourg, France. This soon became to be named Foulsburg by everyone there. With good … Continue reading
Posted in Active Duty, US Air Force Tagged Air National Guard, apartment, memoir, National Guard Leave a comment
I was, in spring 1959, approaching the moment of truth. I had two major decisions to make. One was getting a job, and the other what to do about my military obligation, as the draft was still in effect. The … Continue reading
Posted in Syracuse, Syracuse University Tagged dating in 1950s, graduation, memoir, National Guard, New York, students, Syracuse University 1 Comment