Thursday, Jul 24, 2014

Chris Hutchins

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. ...
Published: 07/12/14

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...
Published: 06/28/14

Shame of Thrones hits the road

Each week, I consider whether or not to respond to the piece from the week before. This week the internal deliberation turned into an intense internal debate. As you most likely know, Damara connected with a large number of people when she related he...
Updated: 1 months ago

A dude’s new duds

They say “The clothes make the man.” This is contrary to the saying “You can’t judge a book by its cover.” We all know it’s the contents of a book, not the pages or the ink printed upon them, but the stories,...
Updated: 2 months ago

Adventures in borrowed shorts

As a teenager in the late 1980s, about the time some of my friends acquired driver’s licenses, I discovered that with four ways out of town we are truly at a crossroads in Sebring. Each direction represents different opportunities for adventur...
Updated: 2 months ago

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