Bitterroot Amateur Radio

Bitterroot Amateur Radio

communicating through thick and thin

Fully Informed Jury

Fully Informed Jury

the alternative to a ruling elite

Libertarian Party

Libertarian Party

whatever floats your boat as long as it doesn't sink mine

2021 Christmas Card

2021 Xmas ltr

Richard Dunlap Family Visit 2021

Ted’s son, Richard, & kids came for a visit!

Richard, Ted, Isaac, Kelsee, Marilyn, Mochi, Anthony & Scooter

They arrived in the afternoon and got a tour of our place and Rich noted that we had extra beds and inquired if some of the kids could sleep here. We enthusiastically accepted and […]

This is precisely why I won’t get the jab; it is experimental.

Canadian Viral Immunologist, Professors & Doctors Sound The Alarm on COVID-19 Vaccine SafetyBy Arjun WaliaCollective EvolutionJune 4, 2021SOURCE

Dr. Bryam Bridle is a viral immunologist and professor at the University of Guelph. Bridle has been known for developing immunization strategies to prevent infectious diseases and treat cancers. He is very much a “pro-vaccine” scientist […]

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African Violets

Lovely to have my African Violets blooming again.

Garden Club Cabin Tour 2017

The Friendly Gardener’s Club Toured our little piece of heaven this month. We had a lovely time. Alice was able to tell me that the “blueberries” ripe all along the road beyond us are Service berries, or better known as Choke Cherries. I like eating them as we walk next to the river. They are […]

Merry Cabin Christmas 2015

This is the ceramic tree my dear foster mother Dorothy Jensen made for me one year. Also pictured is a trombone playing snowman my daughter, Sara Hansen McLinn, gave to my husband, the trombone player. And, Maxine, is one of my favorite characters and a good friend and coworker gave me this decoration one […]

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book bonanza

I have been making custom bookcases and shelves in our compact cabin home for two years. We finally got to the point we could bring the last load of boxed-up books home … we thought. More on that in a bit.

In honor of the dozen boxes full of books we brought into our home […]

in the gutter

This spring break in January has allowed a number of outside projects to be completed either in much nicer weather than anticipated or months before I would have been willing/able.

Today I got to do the official, permanent (by trailer park standards) firewood shelter. It came together very well using scrap and scrounged material without […]