Beyond the Column
Posted by Larry LaRue on December 4, 2013
When I was a lad, my parents took the family to Disneyland shortly after it opened in 1955. Dinosaurs had been cleared from the area.
There was Mickey Mouse, a few rides and spectacular-for-the-time buildings aimed at overwhelming young minds. Mine was overwhelmed.
In one of the Main Street shops, magic was being performed by a glass-blower. I had never seen one, never even knew they existed, and what he was turning out was incomprehensible to me.
Posted by Larry LaRue on October 30, 2013
Drove out to Spanaway Tuesday because Douglas and Elizabeth Scott asked, and their coffee is almost as good as their company.
Posted by Larry LaRue on October 25, 2013
LaRue remembers the '50s. Yikes!
Posted by Larry LaRue on October 21, 2013
disability day speech at bates college