Some camp adventures more fun in retrospect
Annual camping excursion sparks memories of unexpected occurrences from trips past, columnist Gordie Little writes.
- The good word is camping -- spread the good word If you're not a camper, you should be; it's a wonderful world, columnist Gordie Little writes.
Trying different milk a piece of cake
Columnist Gordie Little shares his introduction to almond milk, hot milk cakes.
- Keeping it clean Soap jingles were ubiquitous and so darn clever that they stuck with us, columnist Gordie Little writes.
Column idea came about willy-nilly
Columnist Gordie Little shares some of his favorite rhyming compounds.
Honk if you use tissue
Columnist Gordie Little wonders when tissues replaced handkerchiefs.
Cattails not cat-o'-nine tails
Yes, there is a difference, columnist Gordie Little points out.
- There's no saw like an old saw Kaye and I laughed ourselves silly the other day as we tried to top each other with our own sayings from childhood, columnist Gordie Little writes.
Don't knock it till you try it
How many of you have gone up to a friend's house and used the rhythmic "shave and a haircut," five-knock pattern instead of ringing the bell, asks columnist Gordie Little.
Trip down memory lane has no destination
The older I become, the more incongruous my ramblings get, columnist Gordie Little writes.
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