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New Blog Content - August 6, 2017

About time I added new content.  The last update I created was 1843 when I purchased the new stage coach.  It is now 2017 and the dust has been shaken off.  Julie and I are trying to move north of the river to be closer to work and the airport.  In order to do this we have to sell (of course) the current house.  There is the problem.  The housing market could not be more cold right now in Lees Summit, MO.

In order to gain more interest we have hired designers to come stage the house so it looks as good and up to date as possible.  We have also done a price drop.  We are hoping to generate some showings again.  People who come through like the house they just don't like the slope of the yard or the unfinished basement.  But we are looking for the right buyer. Once that is done - Riss Lake here we come.

Old Content

**Pictures of the lake house flood are updated on the blog tab

I have just changed the old blog to become the "Archives" button.  It has all the past year of content there including the ever popular "Where do stupid children come from?"  The new blog button above is a clean slate of new drivel. 

There is a tab for my favorites (think Julie Andrews singing these are a few of my favorite things) I should also list below some of things that drive me nuts.  Which are: having a blimp shoot video over a domed stadium, rings that look like a mad shriner designed them and aesthetically hostile architecture. 

By the way one of the nicest buildings in the world is John Portman's Marriott Marque in Atlanta, GA. Not only does the guy design a masterpiece building - but he also has his own sculpture and art throughout the interior public spaces.  Check it out if you are ever in Atlanta, go into the main lobby and look straight up - you'll see what I mean about the amazing architecture.

I think you'll enjoy the photos section of the site.  Anybody can take pictures of beautiful mountains and beautiful people, but instead there is a lot of weirdness out there just begging to be photographed.  I've posted a few classics.

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