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Jerry Schellhammer

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Fishing Adventure

The week that followed was a long , hard fought week of tedium and hard work. Lloyd’s attitude of being the hard ass was still very much there, though he had occasion to soften up a bit following a day at work.

Work Began

“You ready to get started?” Lloyd boomed out as if he were my Army drill sergeant back in Basic Training from eight years before. “The sooner we get going on this, the more we can get done before it gets too damn hot.”

Summer in Jackson, Wyoming

Last weekend sister number one texted me about anyone in our family: uncles, aunts, cousins, who lived near Jackson, Wyoming. I informed her we had an uncle who tried to make a go at building a cabin there. I promised her I would give her the truth about what happened.

What is Freedom Really?

There’s a quote from Robert F Kennedy that defines to me what freedom is all about, treating all Americans with justice, understanding and tolerance. But, there are those people out there who define freedom as a choice to disobey mandates set forth by a Democratic governor because doing so mean giving up their own freedom of choice.

The Joys of Owning A Camper

As I informed you my loyal readers earlier this year, my wife and I bought newer Dodge Ram 2500 and later a monster-sized Arctic Fox camper. We haven’t used it until my stepdaughter asked we let her and the grandkids go on a well-deserved vacation.

Tearing Down Monuments

To tear down monuments of Confederate soldiers and generals, or even our former presidents because they at one time held views that are not now mainstream is also ethically and morally wrong.

Visit With Dad

I sometimes wish he were still around, but am, also glad he’s not. What little advice he offered me last night was about par when he was alive; more elusive than forthcoming. It was as if he was telling me, “figure it out for yourself; I did.”

My New and Improved Website

Last week, my web master Frank asked me about changing my site to make it look newer and fresher. Since I got two new books coming out shortly, he thought it would be a good idea to give you, my readers a better look into my projects that I worked on what will undoubtedly show up on bookstore shelves in the future.

Where We go From Here

Sunday evening after coming home from work and doing my usual chores before relaxing and preparing to get myself motivated for the next day I watched TV and saw a special report that I should stay away Downtown Spokane because of a civil disturbance occurring. A half hour later,. local news reporters holding microphones andContinue reading “Where We go From Here”

Another Crazy Week

I thought it was bad enough when in my own town of Spokane, we have an absolute fool running around, partying with friends and is COVID-19 positive. To this stupid and needless murder of a black man by a white cop, who should have known better but instead followed his darkest angels and now the resultContinue reading “Another Crazy Week”

Guardian Angel

She died the other night and her guardian angel received word from God via text message–modern age. She was a sad angel because she was always there to protect her for over seventy human years–angels are eternal. Now she had to go and find a new human to protect, but there was time and sheContinue reading “Guardian Angel”

Mouse Trap

While sitting at my desk writing and reading; basically passing away the days during this shutdown, I’ve noticed a little mouse who has decided to play with fire while searching for food. On top of another desk in my office I have an hdtv, my “gaming” computer, which at one time long ago, was myContinue reading “Mouse Trap”

Corona Scare Tactics

It’s quite obvious, from where history stood that the media people and the government are using the same scare tactics used to alert us minions about certain unfounded bumps in the night, and the latest Corona virus is no different. We can go back as far as the 17th century when the hysteria of witchesContinue reading “Corona Scare Tactics”

Coming to Town

My mother in law, Lillian is here. She arrived from Yakima yesterday and will leave with her common law husband, Tom. He’s a cowboy in the classic sense. The camper we bought is now home as of Friday night. Unfortunately we had to deal with issues that were never resolved. But, that is another issueContinue reading “Coming to Town”

It’s A Mystery

I knew the moment I saw the news report that it wasn’t as the authorities were reporting. On January 26, 2016, Dr. John Marshall went for a jog along the banks of the Spokane River and seemingly disappeared until a day later when his body was discovered several miles downstream. Now the Washington Attorney General has steppedContinue reading “It’s A Mystery”

Last Night

Well there I was sleeping when my wife crawled into bed next to me and asked, “You asleep?” “No,” I lied, figuring she had something to get off her chest. “My son got arrested. He’s in jail,” she told me in a matter-of-fact tone that told me how upset she was with her son. IContinue reading “Last Night”


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