February 28th, 2020 by Gary Osberg

My second car was a 1957 Chevy four door hardtop, red with a black top and spinner hub caps.  In 1962 I was working up the ladder on my way to be a Gas Station Manager.  I worked the night shift at a Standard station on highway 55 in Plymouth.  One evening a client needed […]

February 21st, 2020 by Gary Osberg

I celebrated my seventh birthday in Vienna, Austria. I was an army brat. Dad served in the navy during the war and later he joined the army. In 1950 he was a Sergeant in the 5th Army stationed in Vienna. As “dependents” we were housed in an apartment building that was quite nice. There were […]

February 14th, 2020 by Gary Osberg

It is still winter and I for one am growing weary of it all. The days are getting longer but I have not heard any Cardinals singing their songs looking for love. Today is Saint Valentine’s Day, “an annual holiday celebrating love and affection between intimate companions.” (Wikipedia) The day is named after one or […]

February 7th, 2020 by Gary Osberg

I celebrated my tenth birthday on a ship crossing the Atlantic Ocean. My mother along and with her four children were returning from a stint as US Army dependents stationed in Vienna, Austria. My Dad was held over in Vienna and when he arrived in Upsala a few weeks later, Ma along with my brother […]