Monthly Archives: January 2017

The Canyon

The Canyon    (Pfeltner; Father’s Day, 2000) I got lucky today and drew number 11 which is my starting order out of some 50 bikers. That means less bikes in front of me and less trash on the road. Something crazy … Continue reading

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The Energy crisis can finance new Jobs in electronics.

This letter was sent to  President Obama and Steve Case 2012 and to Dr. Bill (MIT Special Projects)  and several marketing managers in Silicon Valley From: Pfeltner (Physics, Math, Electronics, Hardware/Software Engineer) Subject: The Energy crisis can finance new Jobs in electronics. I have … Continue reading

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Can we afford High BC bullets?

Can we afford the new High BC bullets?       (Pfeltner Jan. 2017) I am an avid reader and while on the Internet a gentleman was complaining about the outdated gun manufactures and their old fashion ideas about rifle twist. The bullet … Continue reading

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Seven, Poem

SEVEN     (Pfeltner 1994) Mom blew out the candle, “To bed” “It’s much too early for bed,” he said. “The room is too dark and cold, Please by the fire until my book I’ve read?” “Don’t be so daring, … Continue reading

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A Vacation Paradise, Poem

A Vacation Paradise ( Pfeltner 1994) It was a vacation paradise the trip of a lifetime. Hunting in the rain forest, it didn’t cost a dime. We were proud to be chosen, just lucky they said. Stories to brag about, … Continue reading

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A Quick Glance Down the Wooded Lane

A QUICK GLANCE DOWN THE WOODED LANE   (Pfeltner 1994) I rolled over in bed, gazing at the picture on the bed stand. It was a picture of a blond seven year old boy and his dog, in front of an … Continue reading

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A Christmas Dinner Prayer, Haiku

A Christmas Dinner Prayer.  Pfeltner 1994 Haiku “Why don’t you give the Christmas blessing this year,” mother said. I had never given the blessing much thought and I didn’t really know what to say.           During … Continue reading

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