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Plant a Potato... By Brian Hickey, Catherine Siniawski
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Go out sailing; go for a bike ride; take a ride on a boat; but some would advise you not to press your luck. Pat Hickey has mentioned writing a book of stories no less than a thousand times. But he... More > wants to present it from every point of view other than his own. With the help of the Internet, and with a spin that only procrastinators can put on a birthday present, Pat's children have reached out to family and friends to collect these stories with unconventional enthusiasm. Knowing that Pat was unaware this book was being written, his friends and family turned out some of their fondest memories with such fervor that you'd think they'd been saving them up for just this occasion. Pat Hickey is a Paramedic with the Chicago Fire Department and the father of three children whose diversity reflects his own personality. Ask him sometime: What happens when you plant a potato? All proceeds from this book are donated to Misericordia Home of Chicago< Less
Plant a Potato... By Brian Hickey, Catherine Siniawski
eBook (PDF): $3.50
Go out sailing; go for a bike ride; take a ride on a boat; but some would advise you not to press your luck. Pat Hickey has mentioned writing a book of stories no less than a thousand times. But he... More > wants to present it from every point of view other than his own. With the help of the Internet, and with a spin that only procrastinators can put on a birthday present, Pat's children have reached out to family and friends to collect these stories with unconventional enthusiasm. Knowing that Pat was unaware this book was being written, his friends and family turned out some of their fondest memories with such fervor that you'd think they'd been saving them up for just this occasion. Pat Hickey is a Paramedic with the Chicago Fire Department and the father of three children whose diversity reflects his own personality. Ask him sometime: What happens when you plant a potato? All proceeds from this book are donated to Misericordia Home of Chicago< Less
Down the Mississippi, Down to New Orleans By Will Maas
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On July 27, 1974, a tornado ripped the roof off the Winegar Works Marina at Guttenberg, Iowa, and set adrift a rickety old home-made houseboat. That boat ended up across the Mississippi River on the... More > Wisconsin side, in a clump of willow trees. It had sprung a leak in one of its aging moss-covered pontoons. Two days later, in that same boat, with a hastily patched pontoon, three men set sail for New Orleans, Louisiana, 1,594 miles away. The Chief Pilot was 27-year-old Will Maas, with two weeks experience sailing the craft. His 50-year-old father Bill was the financier and only paying passenger. Will’s step-brother Jim Larson, 16, was the Chief Mate. None of them had a hint of what the River was about to do to them.< Less