Gene GeRue was born in 1936, tractored in Wisconsin, soldiered in Japan, studied in California colleges, owned and operated a San Francisco East Bay real estate business, taught at a community college, sensed impending burnout, researched the U.S., found his ideal place in 1976 and moved there in 1983. He is the author of How To Find Your Ideal Country Home and the inventor of the chicken moat.
We live in interesting times. Prices of food and energy are up and down but certainly will be more up than down over the coming decades. For those who depend on the government to keep life good, disappointment is certain. For those who look to themselves as independent, productive people in charge of their lives, there is much fulfillment to look forward to. This blog is for those who aim for the fully-lived life, expecting change, being prepared for change, exulting in challenge and life success.
A Writer’s View
(The above was written several years ago. We’ve since built an addition which includes my writing studio, but the comparative window placement and view are exactly the same . . . I do like looking at my kingdom.)