Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Tail Gunner’s Daughter: Chapter 2, continued

I was a voyeur. It happened on the train from Barcelona, Spain to Stuttgart, Germany as David and I toured the cars on our own. The air was hot and my skin was sticky as we ran along the narrow … Continue reading

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The Tail Gunner’s Daughter: A Memoir

Chapter Two – Part One It was one of the last Transatlantic crossings she would make, and it was my first. With the revenue from selling more lake lots, in the summer of 1967 Mom and Dad took our family … Continue reading

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The Tail Gunner’s Daughter: A Memoir

Growing up with a B-17 tail gunner father and an opinionated mother with a firm stance and a warm heart. Continue reading

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The Tail Gunner’s Daughter: A Memoir

Part One: Privilege Chapter One A lake is the landscape’s most beautiful and expressive feature. It is the Earth’s eye; looking into which the beholder measures the depth of his own nature – Henry David Thoreau  I was drowning, and I … Continue reading

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