One Big Sunburn

D. E. Larsen, DVM George had three milk cows and a little home dairy setup. I think he was Danish and used these cows to keep in touch with his roots. He made a little cheese and some butter, and I would guess he sold milk to his neighbors. When I pulled up to hisContinue reading “One Big Sunburn”

Columbus Day Storm, Oct 12, 1962

D. E. Larsen, DVM The day started like any other Fall morning in Western Oregon. The sky was mostly clear with just a few clouds. There was no wind, and there was no major concern about the weather as I headed out the door to school. My 1955 Chevy started with no problem, and IContinue reading “Columbus Day Storm, Oct 12, 1962”

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”