In 2012, we committed ourselves to travel extensively. Part of that time––3 months––was spent driving through Europe. Our journey commenced in Paris where we leased a vehicle that was new from the factory. There were many highlights in some 44 different locations. Here are a few of these:
Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
From the eastern part of Italy, it is a short drive to the northern part of Croatia. Surprisingly, the A1 Motorway in Croatia is a beautiful road that is as good as any other in the western Europe. After a short distance, we veered eastward on country roads through outback Croatia, littered with minefields and shrapnel-hole covered houses––a leftover from the war of the 1990’s. Continue reading “4 Magical Places on a European Road Trip”
If I were to ask you, what was the greatest sporting performance of the last 50 years, what would your answer be? Continue reading “He had a Big Heart”
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Have you noticed that children today have more behavioral problems than ever? A friend of ours, a psychiatrist who deals with adolescents, told us that he sees so many “crazy” kids today compared to when he graduated. Looking back at my years in chiropractic practice, I never saw an autistic child in the early 1970’s and only occasionally was there a child with hyperactivity. That changed in the 1990’s, and the incidence of autism is going through the roof with each passing decade. Continue reading “What Is Going On With Our Grandchildren”