Author Archives: Richard Koerner

About Richard Koerner

Almost seventy something, father, papi, educator, organizer, Francophile, traveler, amateur photographer, gardener, cyclist, kayaker, calligrapher, cinephile, reader, and overall renaissance type human being.

Day 3 of our trip to the Door County Peninsula

I forced myself to stay in bed until about 8:00 am. It was not easy, nor have I been sleeping well anyway. It was a beautiful day. MK and I were planning on taking it easy. We cut up some … Continue reading

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Day 2 of our Door County trip, first full day

Okay, I hadn’t slept as well as expected and I might even blame the caramel corn that we bought at the wonderful Door County Creamery in Sister Bay. Jimmy’s popcorn it was and we also bought some St. Albans and … Continue reading

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Day One of a quick getaway: Rowley’s Bay in Door County, Wisconsin

Vermont was the original trip but somehow it morphed into Door County. Vermont is still on our list but just temporarily sidelined. For days beforehand, I had put things aside as I thought of what I needed and what I … Continue reading

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A less than calm Sunday afternoon…

There are times when things get to a point where one is completely emotionally exhausted, devoid of the reserves of energy that we usually use to get by. It is tiring dealing with the Pandemic and the news that someone … Continue reading

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Preaching to the choir

First of all, maybe I should not be on Facebook. I am, however, as I want to be able to keep in touch with people. I am there. I am preaching to the choir. I am preaching to the choir … Continue reading

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