Tag Archives: Mazama

The Dead Alternator Speaks

Frederick Buechner once said that if he were to sum up in a few words the essence of everything he was trying to say both as a novelist and as a preacher, it would be this: Listen to your life. … Continue reading

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It Takes a Dead Alternator to Raise a Village

My stomach felt queasy. How was this was going to work out? We were camping in Washington State when the alternator of our ’91 Mazda died. At least that’s what Fred suspected after he checked under the hood. “The kicker … Continue reading

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