19th century phone

So call me, why don't you?

Another old phone

Internet presence can be a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, the more I broadcast about myself, the easier it is for long-lost friends to find me. On the other hand, it's also easier for the creatures of the night to find me - spam harvesters that pick up email addresses to add to their lists, identity thieves that use my personal details to order credit cards in my name, and psycho stalkers who would hunt down my family and harm them.

Well, my kids are grown know how to take care of themselves, so I'm no longer worried for their safety. But you'll forgive me if I'm a little circumspect about our current address, phone number, and (for those email harvesting robots) email address. See my article in the tech section on how you, too, can cut down on offensive spam.

If you need to call me, my current number is 307-PIANO-YO. We have moved around a bit the past few years due to circumstances beyond our control but if you give us a holler and prove you're not a sales troll, bill collector, process server, or psycho stalker, we'll give you directions to our home.

And finally, for the email address - this changes from time to time, so check back for the latest address. Note that you should ignore the text in red, and if you still have trouble figuring out the address, it's just my state followed by my initials, then an underscore, then a three-digit number (currently zero zero two), then my last name plus the word family, etc.

how to reach me

Hope to hear from you soon!