The Charlie Bravo Story

Dateline: South Mineral Fork

We been on the road since Friday. Usually it takes a few days into a journey to find your "mojo", or the particular rythym of the road, but this one seems to be a bit more difficult than most. Small hindrances have kept cropping up, nothing major;  intermittent rain and hail, a touch of altitude distress, and then there's the crowds. You would think that it would be difficult to get claustrophobic in an area …
Self Discovery

All my rowdy friends

A follower of the page asked for an update on those that have passed through the Casa and onto bigger and better things; there have been so many BC (before Charlie) that I couldn't begin to recount them all, so I will limit the updates to the inmates that are AD (after devastation). Stevie: of course, everyone remembers Stevie; I discovered her in the heat of July last year, and it took me three weeks…
The Charlie Bravo Story

Here we go again!

Dad here; 0445 at the Casa del Whackos, and Charlie, as usual, has decided to get her lick on, but this one was different. Instead of her full bore facial assault, this one was a casual "sleepily swab the back of dad's head" lick, just enough to wake me up, which of course was her sign to go back to sleep. I saw that Charlie's phone had new activity, so I snuck a peek and…
The Charlie Bravo Story

The curse of cities is that they root people in one location and make them blind… Ogadai Khan

Some people love to travel, I LIVE to travel. I don't know if it's a byproduct of my confinement in the crate, but I absolutely lose my mind at the very sound of an engine firing up, whether it's an auto, a motorcycle or even the riding lawnmower. Dad used to think I was afraid of the mower as I would attack the orange monster while it appeared to be carrying him away, the plastic…

All that who lean are not off balance

Many moons, make that many harvests ago, when dad was slightly less portly, he had a fixation on skateboarding and surfing; slightly odd, considering being raised in Arkansas. He never was very good, but hung out with some guys that were, the most notable being this Gary fella that at 50 plus, is still ripping it up to this day. He and dad lost touch pursuing different family and career paths, but always remembered the…
The Charlie Bravo Story

Happily content.

What's the difference between happiness and contentment? One of the most evident manifestations of happiness is when dad asks if I want to do the "G" word; until we are saddled up and moving, I absolutely lose my mind. At even the slightest hint of a "go", Max and I will stand in quivering paroxysmal anticipation, never letting dad out of our sight until he opens the car door. If you think that we consider…
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