Sunday, Sep 21, 2014

Chris Hutchins

‘El Huevo’ strikes again

Last week my wife wrote about our son’s ongoing cooking education.
Published: 09/20/14

The weather up here

I am on the tall side. Now hear what I am saying, I am tall but not super tall, you wouldn’t pick me out of a crowd based on my height. I’m not elevated like one of our beloved county commissioners or anything but when I was a kid I was...
Published: 09/06/14

Remember the good days?

Some things are meant to be remembered. Some things are better left in the dusty past. School starting this week has me feeling sentimental. For kids, that first day back marks the end of summer and the beginning of a new chapter of learning, both ac...
Published: 08/23/14

The ‘butt-dial’ listener

Chris Hutchins
Updated: 1 months ago

Stuffed animals don’t bruise

When I was a kid the local skating rink was the preferred youngster hangout. I am in my 40s, and although I haven’t roller-skated in a very long time I still have it – sort of. Initially I was pretty unsteady and couldn’t shake t...
Updated: 1 months ago

Golf lessons passed down to others

Fourteen years ago I learned about “Flintstones Golf.” My father-in-law, Chuck, was a golf nut of the first order, he was utterly obsessed. He played every chance he could, at least a few times a week. ...
Updated: 2 months ago

Jumpstarting the lawn mower

After months of calculated, meticulous avoidance and procrastination it was time to install a new tire and rim on the riding mower. Why did I need a rim? Different story my friend. It wasn’t too bad of a job, except for not having the snap loc...
Updated: 2 months ago

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