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Beer Can Collecting: It’s What’s on the Outside that Counts

Over the last few weeks I’ve used snippets of free time to sort through the antique beer can collection. I’ve looked at each of the 600 or more cans, seeing what I have, picking out favorites, and trying to identify the ones that are valuable to collectors. I have cone tops, flat tops, zip tops, … Continue reading

Two Hours in Canada

On Monday I flew to Detroit for work related training. Our hotel was on the Detroit River just by the Windsor Tunnel into Canada, so I brought my passport along. Tuesday after work a friend and I caught the bus into Windsor, Ontario. After a five minute and $5.00 ride under the river via the … Continue reading

Ice Cold Lager Jogger

My training buddy called early Saturday morning. I knew why. “Are you still running?” he asked. We were right on the line where rain turns to snow; it was 32 degrees, windy, and raining. “Yep,” I said. “I’ve actually trained for this one, and I’m not skipping for anything.” “I thought you’d say that,” he … Continue reading

Father of the Year

Yesterday evening, my wife took Little Daughter to gymnastics. Big Daughter was already at volleyball practice, so my little boy and I were left alone. It was a good opportunity for me to be a good father and spend some time with my boy, bonding and being a good example. After he got out of … Continue reading

A One-Hour Vacation

Red Gap Brewery is the only place within fifty miles of my house where you can buy a craft beer or eat from a food truck. Yesterday, after finishing a home improvement project that I started on July 4 (I don’t recommend hiring me if you want it finished quickly), I decided to celebrate by … Continue reading

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