Friday, February 27, 2015

On the Prowl

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Conner Lantz On the Prowl

At Middlebury Summer Festival’s fishing contest last weekend, a boy ’s biggest catch of the day raised the question of who caught whom.


Posted on Aug. 12, 2014 at 5:02 p.m.
Wacky Tobacky

Gloria Salavarria writes about a New Zealand constable's attempt to confiscate and destroy cannabis, which turned into an accidental farming operation.


Posted on March 13, 2014 at 6:00 a.m.
New Zealand life

During her travels through New Zealand, Gloria Salavarria hung out with locals and learned what it's like to live like a Kiwi.


Posted on March 12, 2014 at 6:00 a.m.
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Gloria Salavarria
Gloria Salavarria
Gloria Salavarria inherited an itchy toe as well as math smarts from her father who spent his teen years as a hobo during the Great Depression. She learned from him the wisdom of working at something you truly love doing and so she spent her working years as a biochemist and an engineer. She retired in her 50s but after one week of retirement, her husband told her that she couldn’t go from supervising 40 guys down to supervising just one guy and expect that one guy to like it. She next became a freelance writer and photographer for The Elkhart Truth and after a few months, her husband again complained but this time he said that she was just like their tomcat—always “on the prowl” and never at home. Now a widow, she has traveled every continent except Antarctica and she plans on going there one of these days.


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