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Pigeon Forge 2016….Hot Tubs…Fun…And Food!

January 10, 2017

I recently went to Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg the last week of December for my yearly vacation.  I am glad to say that the area is recovering from the fires that roared throughout the region a couple of months ago.  Of course, the rebuild is slow, but people were in good spirits and construction was coming along. […]

R.I.P.: 2016

January 3, 2017

The year 2016 is over.  Some say it was a good year, some say it was a bad year.    Either way, we lost several Celebrities, Athletes, Entertainers, and some people that shaped the world today.  It is always sad to loose someone.  It seems like 2016 had it share more than usual.  Below is a […]

Merry Christmas

December 23, 2016

  There are only a few days left until Christmas.  It is time to spend time with family and friends.  Giving and receiving of gifts.  The weather is cold right now, but according to the news today, it may be warm on Christmas day.  There will definitely not be a White Christmas.  But that is […]

Sheffield Christmas Parade: From “Bah Humbug” to Fun

December 12, 2016

  As most of you know, the City of Sheffield recently held its Annual Christmas Parade on December 1st, 2016.  Last year, the employees of Hammer Down Gun & Pawn talked about putting a float in the Parade.  Well things fell through and we didn’t.  This year, my Mother (Martha Sue) decided that we were […]

Officer Involved Shooting

December 7, 2016

As most of you know, I retired with 21 years of Law Enforcement Service on November 1st of this year.  Just before my retirement, Steve Wiggins of the Quad Cities Daily approached me with the idea of writing some articles with a Law Enforcement Theme.  He said that with my experience that I could write […]

Gatlinburg fires

December 4, 2016

As most of you know by now, Gatlinburg and a small part of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee has been heavily damaged by fire.  Buildings have been destroyed, people have lost their lives and a gorgeous place has been taken from us.  It is unimaginable what the citizens of this area are going through.  Not only is […]

The New York Police Department and Glock

November 30, 2016

    As most of you know, I am a retired Police Officer but more than anything, I am a “gun guy.”  I have been fascinated by firearms from a very young age.  I became a Firearms Instructor at the start of my career as a Police Officer and still hold that certification.  I recently […]


November 24, 2016

It is that time of year again.  Thanksgiving.  It is the time of year when families get together for lunch or dinner.  Usually we eat so much that we are miserable that night.  Of course, we have left overs for the next couple of days.  If you’re on a diet, throw that right out the […]

Veteran’s Day 2016

November 11, 2016

  On Friday, November 11th, 2016, we will celebrate Veteran’s Day.   This is a solemn Holiday, not just a day to take off work.  This is a day to show our Veterans that we appreciate their service.   These Veterans have gone to serve for their Country, the United States of America.  Some have given the […]

Sheffield Trunk or Treat: A Merchant’s View

November 1, 2016

    On October 28th, 2016, the Ghost and Goblins came out and they all met in Downtown Sheffield.  The 2nd Annual Trunk or Treat was held on that day.  The event took place on Montgomery Ave, with the streets being blocked off from 2nd Street to 6th Street.  On this 6 block span, fantasy […]

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