Posts by Fred Montonye
by Fred Montonye
A Glenn Miller DVD uncorks fine memories of an evening in Eymet, France.
A case of mistaken identity by four junior officers dramatically changes the course of one military jeep.
As a young student, resident Fred Montonye learned to knit six-inch by six-inch wool squares which were sewn together to form blankets that were sent to Britain during World War II.
In 1949, during his freshman year at college, resident Fred Montanye had pizza for the first time.
With all of the rain this spring, there is a good possibility that Laurel Creek may become choked with excess growth. What happens then?
We recently returned from a trip to the Arizona and New Mexico Indian lands. On our trip, we did not realize that we were also witnessing the centennial of Highway Route 66.
In 1971–72, Joan had a sabbatical from her community college teaching position so we planned to visit about twenty countries in Europe.