My wife Kim and I live on a 16 acre farm in Solon Township in Kent County.
We are trying to get a beef operation going, but make some money with our egg business.
I love to restore old wooden motor boats. (DO YOU HAVE ONE THAT'S BEEN IN A BARN FOR YEARS?)
I love to fly radio control airplanes and the ones with strings that we all had as kids! Anyone have some of those lying around?
My best buck is a rather small eight point, but it is hanging in my office.
My best fish was a King Salmon I fought for 45 minutes on the lake. But it got away.
I grew up in Chicago and remain a dedicated Cubs and Bears fan.
A listener from Lansing this week asked "Where is the good news?" He was unhappy with all the bad news from Boston.
That note struck a chord in my soul, and I've put together a photo galley of a few of Bostons heros.
Instead of running away, these people rushed to help the people who could not help themselves.
All of these photos are from the Boston Globe
This man has come to be known as the Boston Cowboy. Carlos Arredondo was at the Boston Marathon to honor his son, who was killed in Iraq. What you can't see in this photo is the fact this poor young man has lost both his legs. Rather than turning away, Carlos stopped his bleeding and got him to an ambulance. Carlos saved his life.
To see more of Boston's heroes.. please