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Off to the Sierras

The Riddlebargers (along with some friends from church) are off to the Eastern Sierras.

In addition to rehabbing my study, so far this summer I've been able to complete a number of writing projects (a series for Tabletalk, an article for Modern Reformation, as well as a couple of chapters for a forth-coming book on the two-kingdoms).

But now its time for some R & R, and I can't think of a better place to do that than the Eastern Sierras!

Reader Comments (7)

Enjoy - you've earned it.
We all want to see pics of the finished study rehab.
August 8, 2009 | Unregistered Commenterpb
I'll pray for all to have fun and a safe trip.
August 8, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterLloyd Cadle
Are you going to take in a few Yankee games while out east? Cannot help but notice how well your boy (I know you do not particularly have a high regard for A-Rod) is doing lately. I guess we are going to have to wait for the post-season to see if he will not crumble again.

Watch out for the White Sox- they are starting to look impressive- especially if Peavey works out. Word has it that they may get Rios to help with their center fielder problems. The rookie trio on the White Sox of Beckham, Nix and Getz has been impressive. They do not act like rookies and have been coming through at critical times lately. The White Sox will make a run and seem to be gelling at the right time. Peavey will be a shot in the arm and cause them to make a run at the series.
August 9, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Yeazel

Are you a Cubs or White Sox fan, or both?

The Bears might be interesting, now that they have a QB.

Sometimes in Phoenix, we feel like we live in Chicago, with all of the folks that have moved here from Chi-town. We also have a lot of New Yorkers.
August 9, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterLloyd Cadle
Ooops, the Sierra mountains are in Nevada- I guess you will not be taking in some Yankee games.

Lloyd: I am more of a White Sox fan than Cubs fan. I grew up that way. When I was a kid my dad knew people from the White Sox organization so we went to a lot of Sox games. I have stayed partial to the Sox even though I still watch the Cubs and sometimes take in a few Cubs games. There is a lot more to do around Wrigley field than Cellular field so most Chicagoan's are Cubs fans.

Yes, the Bears are generating a lot of attention and there is a lot of anticipation and excitement about the upcoming season with the new QB. They have also upgraded their offensive line- two new tackles and a new guard to go along with their all-pro center. They may be weak on the receiver end and there are some questions about their defense back positions. The defense could not put any pressure on the opposing teams quarterback's last year so that is still a question mark. Jay Cutler may be the franchise guy they have been looking for. The Bears have had problems at quarterback for about 50 years now.
August 9, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Yeazel
As I Tigers fan I do not wish to hear any WhiteSox talk on this blog. It is right out. Yankees are bad enough.

Can't wait for that two kingdoms book!
August 9, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMark Priestap

The White Sox own the Tigers- I see more problems with the Angels, Rays, Yankees or Red Sox than the Tigers. So are you in with the Confessional Outhouse rag muffins- a Grand Rapidian or a native from Detroit?
August 9, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Yeazel

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