Halloween, October 1973

D. E. Larsen, DVM The girls were excited about trick-or-treating. The only problem, it was cold in Colorado in late October. Brenda, a second grader, was well-versed in what was going on. Amy, at just short of 2 years old, had no idea what was happening, but she was excited anyway. The chore was onContinue reading Halloween, October 1973

Many Fish to Catch

D. E. Larsen, DVM Stan pulled into our driveway on his way home from work. I was in the garage and greeted him as he stepped out of his pickup. “Hi, Stan, what’s up this afternoon,” I said as I shook his hand. “Dave, you know I have a little fish pond up at myContinue reading “Many Fish to Catch”

The Hornet’s Nest

D. E. Larsen, DVM The mid-July afternoon sun was hot as Dana, and I headed across the lower field of the Broadbent farm. We were headed to a fishing hole we didn’t often fish because of the brush. Suddenly, Dana stopped. “Wow!” he said. “Look at that bee’s nest.” On the highway side of theContinue reading The Hornet’s Nest