Letter to the Editor: I’ve seen a lot over the years, and my bucket list could change your life

Boot Gordon

I don’t circulate in liberal circles or know the names of famous Summit County liberals. In fact, I have trouble remembering anyone’s name unless they were in my third grade class at Douglas School in Minniapolis.

However, if you want a liberal who has touched base with some famous liberals, who has had 34 spiritual experiences, read a lot of spiritual books, and has some guides who say they’re working with me (don’t ask me why they won’t give me the winning lottery numbers), and if what I write can interest your readers, I’m da man. (If you want a skirt, I can wear my Scottish Gordon kilts.)

I also have a bunch of humorous and unusual stories from World War II, life on a farm in Wisconsin, the Sun Valley Ski Patrol in the early days of 1948, living and skiing Europe in the 1950s, traveling the world, ski instructing in Aspen, Snowmass, Vail, Beaver Creek, and Keystone, teaching school, etc.

And I have my bucket list, which, I believe, will change the world for the better. I just got word that I have help in that department, so my articles could be interesting.

With light, love, laughter and lutefisk.

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