Aging isn't easy!

Bird watching has a competitive side worth exploring.

Baby boomers all have retirement plans.  Travel.  Golf.  Relaxation.  Business.  Adventure.  Mystery.

Now that you're retired what do you do with all your time?  You have worked your entire life in order to have the time and money to enjoy yourself.  Have you tired of fishing, scrapbooking and those yoga exercises that eventually get boring.  The library has lots of ideas for you to explore.  And you have the time to explore them now.

THE BIG YEAR by Mark Obmascik
This is bird watching taken to another level.  This is a fervent competition.

 

DEVIL'S FOOD CAKE MURDER by Joanne Fluke
Baking can become more than a tasty past time especially when chocolate leads to murder.

SILK PARACHUTE by John McPhee
Travel with the great New Yorker writer to a U. S. Open golf championship, splashing in a canoe, exploring the "chalk" formations of northern Europe and the speed of lacrosse.

DICK FRANCIS'S GAMBLE by Felix Francis
If you like horses and gambling, this is for you.

IN THE GARDEN OF THE BEAST: LOVE, TERROR AND AN AMERICAN FAMILY IN HITLER'S BERLIN by Erik Larson
This is a history book you won't be able to put down. 

THE BEE BALM MURDERS by Cynthia Riggs
Beekeeping can be most fascinating.  And did I mention dangerous?

HALFWAY TO HEAVEN: MY WHITE-KNUCKLED AND KNUCKLED HEADED QUEST FOR THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH by Mark Obmascik
Colorado's fourteener craze hits an overweight middle-aged writer.

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