Pet of the Week: Emmy
SPOOF SPACE BY STEELE CODDINGTON | FEBRUARY 19, 2014
"After me, the flood," is a historical phrase of warning reputedly uttered by French King Louis XV, or his famous mistress Madam de Pompadour on his behalf, between bouts of bizarre behavior in the boudoir. (An award winning alliteration!). Historians' opinions differ on Louis XV, but many critical attributions exposing the failures of his reign seem to eerily confirm the proven affirmation "History repeats itself."
BOOK NOOK | JANUARY 8, 2014
Dick Elder was born in 1927 and grew up in northeastern Ohio.
He trained as a combat air crewman during World War II.
Elder graduated from
the Ohio State University in 1949.
In 1960, he moved to Durango, Colorado;
built a dude ranch; and operated it for thirty-seven years.
Books by Dick Elder: Which Way is West, Lovers & Liars, It Sure Beats Working and The Way Out. All are available in print and as E-books.