Forks in the road confront all of us. Most are relatively trivial, but we all have faced major decisions that changed the course of our lives. The old codgers examine some of the life-determining choices they have made. Career choices and where to live are often at the top of the list of critical forks in the road. The codgers all made these choices, frequently early in their lives, but they also made decisions in their golden years that represented major life changes. Fortunately, their collective choices brought them together to bring their Camp Codger listeners rocking chair wisdom from Richard, Randy, and Gary.
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7 comments on “Forks in the Road”
You guys are so much fun
And knives. On our path
And sporks…thanks for listening, Sonja.
You boyz do a great job on this podcast. It’s a well-calibrated balance of planning and improv. Sorta like dealing with them forks.
Keep up the good work!
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This is a good one guys! At the risk of sounding boastful (and old), my best and most important fork was when I chose to go to Woodstock. It was a serendipitous yet life-changing event for a raw 16-year-old. Although I must say that just while listening, I have had several additional important forks. It kind of makes me think that most of them were created by my own restlessness and need for something new, fresh. As Gary quoted and that I aspire to, “Next”. Thanks for the nostalgic walk down memory lane. With no regrets!
Should have read: Although I must say that just while listening, I have been reminded of several additional important forks.
Typed 2 messages, they both disappeared, I give up