My mentors were just that, mentors. Several couldn't afford the expense that having an actual apprentice would cost; others were not interested. But then by the 1960s, the old apprenticeship programs in crafts like carving were gone.
A dose of fetish. Good friends. An incomparable muse.
Adventures in Creative Writing by A.M. Moscoso
Rural doctor, mom, writes poems, dance, sing.
Random musings on life, society, and politics.
From the Existential to the Mundane - From Poetry to Prose
Navigating life through grandparenthood, chronic illness, dream work, and other inspirations
History and Hardware of Warfare
Moving with the tides of history
Careening through life and learning stuff
Reflections on Life through poetry, essays and photos
Welcome to the Anglo Swiss World
Alternative haven for the Daily Post's mourners!
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A blog by Shreyas
Documenting some of the most prominent engine designs and uses of the 1930's-1960's