Standard Print Edition Southwest Nebraska: 1922--40 Grandfather referred to me as "That boy". Friends, teachers, and neighbors seldom used my given name. Newcomers pondered my surname. "Without a father to guide him," they whispered, "that kid'll never amount to a tinker's dam. More than once, he'll wish they'd left him for the coyotes, especially if his eyes go bad like others in that family." Washington State--Big trees, big men, big problems: 1940--59 "Man on! Going up!" For fifteen years, these words sent me to the top of a 140-foot logging spar, hallmark and pinnacle of Pacific Northwest logging. The Bygone Era--The VA Blind Rehab--Retirement: 1959--2004
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