He enjoys camping, hiking, fishing, and writing. He has written articles that have been published in Real Estate Today magazine and published a small handbook on real estate investment titled, The Gold Book, your Guide to Real Estate Investment.
His latest work is a novel titled, "Our Only Hope" and is available in paperback from Amazon.com and on Kindle. This work is essentially the same story as the original version, The Next - an omen, still available on Amazon. Readers may find transitions easier to follow in the latest version however.
If you enjoy light poetry from time to time, take a look at Richard's poem book titled, "The Ballad of Dead-eye Jim and other poems now available on Kindle. You can find it Here!
(Tammy too) believes that climate change, brought
about by Global Warming, is the greatest threat
humanity has ever faced and that our runaway world
population growth will make solving this problem
almost impossible. In trying to do our part,
we make our own electricity from the sun, collect
rainwater off our roof, use a Prius for most of
our driving, and no longer eat beef, pork, or
However, in order to do more on a local level we joined and support the work of Shasta Land Trust that works to protect valuable watershed throughout Shasta County by helping willing landowners place conservation easements on their land.
To learn more of the wonderful work they do, and how you can join and help, click on their name or logo. One does not need to live in Shasta County or even California for that matter, to be a member. If, after exploring the web site, you feel that Shasta Land Trust is an organization you wish to help, please do! As you will see, becoming a member is easy and will be much appreciated.
Richard has produced two short videos that show why we help conserve and why we protect. They are:
Why We Conserve and Guarding our Watershed (be patient while they load).
the first American killed in aerial combat with the Japanese.
He was a real American hero in every sense of the word.
He should be remembered.