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Bob describes himself as "a retired schoolteacher, librarian, coach, oil field worker, grocery clerk, stacker of hay, plower of fields, irrigation well drilling crew hand, and a dull witted columnist." Of course, we most assuredly disagree with the latter, as we thoroughly enjoy Bob's wit and, in fact, everything he writes.
Bob has long been involved in the critical issues of conserving water and sustaining our natural environment. He's a voracious reader with a wide variety of interests and may publish his first book sometime in the next couple of years (if we're lucky). He and his "Better Half" live mostly contentedly in the village of Bogue, Kansas.
Bob is a knowledgeable environmental activist, concerned citizen, salt-of-the-earth straight shooter, and gentle observer of everyday life. He welcomes mail - celtic at ruraltel dot net. He writes at EverydayCitizen.com also.
He welcomes you to browse through and read entries from his complete historical archives here.
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