Bill York

Upon arriving from Atlanta, I caught a taxicab from International Falls to Fort Francis, Ontario to an inlet, from where bush pilots fly fishing enthusiasts out to isolated rivers and lakes, to catch trophy muskies, northern pike, and other freshwater fish.

Published: 2018-03-28 21:28
Bill York

A storm was raging over the farm. Flashes of lightning illuminated the alcove and thunder shook my bunk bed.

My brother had told me about floods and how houses just floated away. I wondered if someone was awake.

The coon hounds began a cacophony of howling from back in the house.

Published: 2018-01-26 21:28
Bill York

They were not the original television cast, but they really were Golden Girls, serious and concentrating. 

At McDonald’s in Dacula, in a window booth.

Published: 2017-12-14 12:19
Bill York

I was considered a loner during my youth. While other boys were thinking about girls I was hunting, fishing, trapping and camping out in the forest.

Published: 2017-09-04 21:28
Bill York

I could not believe how fast cars were passing me and I was driving the speed limit. Officials scratch their heads wondering why deadly crashes happen so frequently; it’s obvious; too many cars on the roads and too many speeders.

Published: 2017-07-31 14:39

Bill YorkThe Futile Drug War
By Bill York
Nonagenarian

America’s war on drugs has failed. DEA estimates that only a miniscule amount of smuggled drugs are intercepted. Between the origin of illegal drugs and addicts is millions in profit. Money is why the illegal drug war is floundering and has become a financial disaster for government.