A Load of Firewood

D. E. Larsen, DVM John slid through the front door and leaned on the front counter. He waited for the reception room to clear and then leaned over to talk with Sandy. “I have been out of work for 3 months now,” John said. “I hate leaving my bill unpaid, but with the new baby,Continue reading “A Load of Firewood”

One Day at the Cheese Factory

D. E. Larsen, DVM Pepper Baker folded his book and turned off the projector. Chemistry class was over. I quickly gathered my books and hit the door at close to a run.  I was attending Southwestern Oregon Community College. Chemistry class was held in some old Navy buildings near the North Bend Airport. If IContinue reading “One Day at the Cheese Factory”

A Surprise Visit

D. E. Larsen, DVM      “Dave, I am flying from San Francisco to Seattle this weekend,” Marsden said on the phone. “If it works out for you, I could stop off in Eugene, spend the weekend and then catch a flight out of Portland.”     “What a surprise,” I said. “That will workContinue reading “A Surprise Visit”