To create a web page, open “htmltemplate from desktop. Click on "file". From dialog box, select "save as". Type in name of page being created under "file name", (don't forget to add "dot-html")then click on dropdown arrow on "type of file" and select "all files". After “save”, should go to desktop as a "google chrome" local file.

Select from desktop and open with microsoft word. Make sure word document is at one hundred percent magnification. Adding images will create a "files folder" which must be uploaded with "filezilla" along with the chrome document. Word document must be "closed to desktop" before uploading with filezilla. "Refresh often".

When you search the URL you should hit the "reload arrow" to make sure you have the latest change.

Save new pages on the "free agent" one hundred twenty gigabyte hard drive. If a page is changed, the changes should be recorded on the hard drive.

Lance Armstrong
I think it is just terrible and disgusting how everyone has treated Lance Armstrong, especially after what he achieved, winning 7 Tour de France races, whilst on drugs.
When I was on drugs, I couldn't even find my frig’n bike.

Drive By
A guy broke into my apartment last week. He didn’t take my TV,  just the remote.
Now he drives by and changes the channels.  Sick bastard!!

SEX
Condoms don’t guarantee safe sex anymore…..
A friend of mine was wearing one when he was shot by the woman’s husband.

 

As I have grown older:
I've learned that pleasing everyone is impossible, but pissing everyone off is a piece of cake.

 

example

 

 

Bra Engineer At Texas A&M

 

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Calvin Rickson, an engineer from Texas A&M University, has designed a bra that keeps women's breasts from jiggling, bouncing up and down, and stops nipples from pushing through the fabric when cold weather sets in.

After a news conference announcing the invention, a large group of men took Mr. Rickson outside and just beat the hell out of him.

 

 

 

RE: pb

RE: pb

Pete<pete@thepetersonranch.com>

7/25/2013 9:14 AM

To  Dale Peterson  

One day at a time!

On July 25, 2013 at 1:24 AM Dale Peterson <dalepeterson48@hotmail.com> wrote: 

I have not been diagnosed with COPD yet, but know I am in the early stages. When I sing, I don't have the wind I used to, and I do have trouble getting winded easily. I think that if I could get into the pool, and the hot tub, that would help me. I did quit for about 10 days last year when I nearly got married. I just patched up, flew out to Oregon and spent 9 days out there and never craved a smoke once. I was on the patch. I never cared much for alcohol, so that was a blessing, and the pain meds are getting old. I have cut back a lot, and only try to use them to take the edge off. I had my knee replaced and it is not right, so if I can get that fixed, and my wrist, I think I could get down to a minimum or be completely off of them. I would love that. I just get hurting so bad, I can't function, and the pain meds just do take the edge off. I know I never will be pain free, but will have to live with some degree. I am hoping that I can get off the smokes soon, so take it one day at a time, with the goal of being smoke free, and pain med free in the future. 
    We are so close to the ocean that it really doesn't get that hot, but then again, we do stay in a lot. The humidity is the killer. That is why I was wanting to get back out to the west coast. 
   We will stay cool, and keep on making music. You do the same, and keep in touch....Dale 

 

Pete<pete@thepetersonranch.com>

7/24/2013 6:35 PM

To  Dale Peterson  

Thanks.

I wish I could tell you something that would help you quit smoking, but I had to get so sick that I couldn't smoke. That's pretty much how I stopped drinking, too. I told Scott that I gave up the pain meds, too, because they really didn't help with the pain, and I was sitting around in a fog all the time. Just wanting to quit wasn't enough for me. I had to have drastic consequences.

I do know that if you can get into a warm pool, it relieves arthritis pain, temporarily. I don't understand how that works. Arthritis seems to like dry heat more??????

It looks like you guys had some heat too. The temps weren't that high, but the humidity is killer. I remember from my Mississippi days.   :-)

Take care, keep cool

Pete 

On July 24, 2013 at 9:07 PM Dale Peterson <dalepeterson48@hotmail.com> wrote: 

Pete, I passed this on to Scott, and he said he knows what it is about, and will call you. 
  Things are plugging away here. I am going to try to get around and do more things. I think if I can find a way to get into a swimming pool, it would help me with my arthritis pain. I really need to quit smoking, and have tried to get Scott to join me, but so far nothing. I know I need to just do it, but it is hard when someone around you smokes. 
   Hope all is well out there. Looks like you guys have had some real heat there, so be careful, and keep cool and hydrated. Take care.......Dale 

 

 


Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2013 16:14:30 -0400 
From: pete@thepetersonranch.com 
To: slakbone@verizon.netdalepeterson48@hotmail.com 
Subject: pb 

Scott and Dale,

A lady by the name of Stephanie called me and said that Scott used my name as a personal reference, to do some personal business.

She said she would like to talk to you and you can reach her at (757)787-9141. 

I am sending this to both of you because Scott isn't checking his emails very often.

Scott, if you let me know what this is about, I'll know what to say if she ever calls me again.

Please respond!

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Re: Logan's UMX Beast

Pete<pete@thepetersonranch.com>

8/17/2013 12:51 PM

To  Todd Peterson  

I left before I read this email. I just opened it now. I am smoking our ribs now! they look beautiful. Thanks again!

Love to all

Dad

On August 16, 2013 at 3:22 PM Todd Peterson <todd@thepetersonranch.com> wrote: 

If you come at the right time, you might be able to partake of the ribs we are planning on making...  I'll probably start them around 3:30, and shoot for 5:00ish to eat them... 

Glad the Toyota is working out! 

On 8/16/2013 12:17 PM, Pete wrote:

I may try to come today.

I forgot to mention-I took the Toyota in for smog. My smog guy is Iranian. I always enjoy talking with him. He said he has never seen better smog numbers on a vehicle with two hundred eighty thousand miles on it. What can I say?  THANKS AGAIN!

Love Dad

On August 16, 2013 at 3:04 PM Todd Peterson <todd@thepetersonranch.com> wrote: 

We are around today... 

Tomorrow, Logan and I will be gone all day (Colleen and McKenna will be gone til around noon) 
Sunday, we will all be gone most of the day. 

You are always free to come by when we aren't here too...  The rabbit poop get's dumped on the side of the house, in that raised bed area, behind the fence where the apple tree is... 

You may want to bring containers...  Nothing comes to mind as far as how you will transport it home...  The basket you left has big holes in it...  ;-) 

We have garbage bags that might work... 

On 8/16/2013 11:49 AM, Pete wrote:

Nothing short of spectacular! WOW!!!!

We want to make a trip to pick up rabbit poopies. Should we bring containers? When is a good time?

I have a couple things for Colleen, also.

Hi to all

Love

Dad 
> On August 16, 2013 at 2:25 PM Todd Peterson <todd@thepetersonranch.com> wrote: 


> Logan wanted to show you his plane... 

http://youtu.be/nfQ6hVr-6U4 

> Love you, 
> Todd

RE: Iowa

Pete<pete@thepetersonranch.com>

8/19/2013 5:49 PM

To  Dale Peterson  

ok

On August 19, 2013 at 8:18 PM Dale Peterson <dalepeterson48@hotmail.com> wrote: 

Pete, A lot came out of Scott that showed me some things but I want to leave them behind. I will keep in touch, but have no internet connection now, so I have to go to the library and my time is limited. I love Scott very much, but he really has a bad problem and put some roadblocks up between me and him for now. I am in touch with Josh and Aaron, and hopefully can get square with Scott, when he gets sober. I really  stay in touch for support. I will tell Jess you said Hi. Take care...........Dale 

 


 

 


Date: Sat, 17 Aug 2013 15:49:18 -0400 
From: pete@thepetersonranch.com 
To: dalepeterson48@hotmail.com 
Subject: Re: Iowa 

I am well. Sorry it didn't work out. I hope you are ok also. You could stay in touch, in spite of Scott?

Hi to Jessica and family.

Pete

On August 16, 2013 at 4:20 PM Dale Peterson <dalepeterson48@hotmail.com> wrote: 

I guess by now, you know I am in Iowa. I could not handle the situation with Scott, and am sure you will hear all about it from him. Believe what you choose. I do feel for Matthew and Josh, but made a good connection with Josh, so will try to keep in touch with him. He is a good kid, and maybe Matthew will get some upbringing from Aaron and Josh. Aaron is a great kid, and Josh is headed in a good direction so maybe Matthew will follow. I love Scott, but an really angry at him for the way he treated me, and he knows exactly what that is. Hope you are well. Take care.........Dale 

 

 

 

 

Re: Phil's trivia Errata

Pete<pete@thepetersonranch.com>

8/1/2013 11:10 AM

To  Craig Lyon  

I'll try. 
> On July 31, 2013 at 2:53 PM Craig Lyon <clyon@gormanhealthgroup.com> wrote: 


> Hi Terry. I've been corresponding with Ross since we last met in West Sacramento. Lately we've lost a little contact as he is working to facilitate a parole of his friend in prison. 

> Why don't you drop him a note and see when he will next pass through Sacramento? 

> Regards, 
> Craig Lyon 
> Office 530-406-8486 
> Mobile 202-870-2149 

> Sent from my iPhone 

> On Jul 28, 2013, at 6:42 PM, Pete> wrote: 

> I haven't heard from Russ??????????? 
> On July 27, 2013 at 12:41 PM Craig Lyon <clyon@gormanhealthgroup.com<mailto:clyon@gormanhealthgroup.com>> wrote: 

> Hi Terry! Your friend made a good observation the Catholic Church did impede the progress of science. What he may have missed was that many of the scientists of that age were Christians. It’s easy to confuse the universe of Christian believers with the “Church”. 

> Wonder when Russ is coming this way again? 



> Craig Lyon 
> Office: (530) 406-8684 
> Mobile:(202) 870-2149 

> From: Pete [mailto:pete@thepetersonranch.com
> Sent: Monday, July 22, 2013 10:04 AM 
> To: russfarnell@yahoo.com<mailto:russfarnell@yahoo.com>; Craig Lyon 
> Subject: Phil's trivia Errata 

> Russ and Craig, 
> Hey you guys! 
> I have been thinking about you and thought it was about time to say "howdy" again. 
> I received this email from a friend of mine, and it made me think about you guys. 
> I hope all is well with you and your families. All is well here. 
> I have a company filled couple of weeks coming up, but have been thinking it would be nice to get together again. 
> Regards, 
> Terry 


> MAYBE YOU'LL FIND THIS INTERESTING, MAYBE NOT. 
> ---------- Original Message ---------- 
> From: "Jon B. Rogers" 


> Subject: FW: Phil's trivia Errata 


> Ugh! I just realized I made a big boo-boo, way down at the end. The Church didn’t have a problem with the earth being round. It claimed the earth to be the center of the solar system and a claim which just about cost Galileo his life. 


> A good friend of mine & I had lunch over the 4th of July. As usual our conversation covered a variety of topics. One that came up was the development of science & technology & why it took so long to get to where we are. So I mentioned “Phil’s theory of how the world turns, who runs things, and how things really have not changed.” 
> I sent my friend the e-mail below. 

> Maybe you’ll find this interesting, maybe not. 

> ________________________________ 

> I thought this might tie in to our lunch conversation the other week regarding my statement that someone in Spain or Italy had to know Columbus & the three ships were sailing off to their demise. 
> How the Romans, et. al. destroyed so much knowledge [ burned the library of Alexandria, etc. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Library_of_Alexandria ] 
> They and the Church set this whole world back ~ 1,800 years in development of science & technology. 



> Aristarchus of Samos http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aristarchus_of_Samos 
> Aristarchus (~ 310 BCE – ca. 230 BCE) of Samos was an ancient Greek astronomer and mathematician who presented the first known model that placed the Sun at the center of the known universe with the Earth revolving around it (see Solar system). He was influenced by Philolaus of Croton, but he identified the "central fire" with the Sun, and put the other planets in their correct order of distance around the Sun.[1] His astronomical ideas were often rejected in favor of the geocentric theories of Aristotle and Ptolemy. 

> Samos is the birthplace of the Greek philosopher<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greek_philosophy> and mathematician Pythagoras<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagoras>, (b. about 570 – d. about 495 BC) after whom the Pythagorean theorem<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagorean_theorem> is named, 

> Eratosthenes http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eratosthenes#Eratosthenes.27_measurement_of_the_Earth.27s_circumference 
> Eratosthenes of Cyrene<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyrene,_Libya> (Modern day Libya) (c. 276 BC[1]<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eratosthenes#cite_note-1> – c. 195 BC[2]<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eratosthenes#cite_note-2>) was a Greek mathematician<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mathematician>,geographer<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geographer

> , poet, astronomer, and music theorist.<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geographer
> He was the first person to use the word "geography" in Greek and he invented the discipline of geography as we understand it.[3] He invented a system of latitude and longitude.<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astronomer
> He was the first person to calculate the circumference of the earth by using a measuring system using stades<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Longitude
> , or the length of stadiums during that time period (with remarkable accuracy). He was the first to calculate the tilt of the Earth's axis (also with remarkable accuracy). He may also have accurately calculated the distance from the earth to the sun and invented the leap day.[4] He also created the first map of the world incorporating parallels and meridians within his cartographic depictions based on the available geographical knowledge of the era. In addition, Eratosthenes was the founder of scientific chronology; he endeavoured to fix the dates of the chief literary and political events from the conquest of Troy.<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stadion_(unit_of_length)> 
> According to an entry[5] in the Suda<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troy
> (a 10th-century reference), his contemporaries nicknamed him beta, from the second letter of the Greek alphabet, because he supposedly proved himself to be the second best in the world in almost every field.[6]<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suda
> Hellenistic world[edit] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_geodesy#Hellenic_world<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eratosthenes#cite_note-6
> In Egypt, a Greek scholar and philosopher, Eratosthenes (276 BC– 195 BC), is said to have made more explicit measurements. He had heard that on the longest day of the summer solstice, the midday sun shone to the bottom of a well in the town of Syene (Aswan). At the same time, he observed the sun was not directly overhead at Alexandria; instead, it cast a shadow with the vertical equal to 1/50th of a circle (7° 12'). To these observations, Eratosthenes applied certain "known" facts (1) that on the day of the summer solstice, the midday sun was directly over the Tropic of Cancer; (2) Syene was on this tropic; (3) Alexandria and Syene lay on a direct north-south line; (4) The sun was a relatively long way away (Astronomical unit). Legend has it that he had someone walk from Alexandria to Syene to measure the distance: that came out to be equal to 5000 stadia or (at the usual Hellenic 185 meters per stadion) about 925 kilometres.<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_geodesy#Hellenic_world
> <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astronomical_unit
> Eratosthenes' method for determining the size of the Earth<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Eratosthenes%27_method_for_determining_the_size_of_the_Earth.svg
> From these observations, measurements, and/or "known" facts, Eratosthenes concluded that, since the angular deviation of the sun from the vertical direction at Alexandria was also the angle of the subtended arc (see illustration), the linear distance between Alexandria and Syene was 1/50 of the circumference of the Earth which thus must be 50×5000 = 250,000 stadia or probably 25,000 geographical miles. The circumference of the Earth is 24,902 miles (40,075.16 km). Over the poles it is more precisely 40,008 km or 24,860 statute miles. The actual unit of measure used by Eratosthenes was the stadion. No one knows for sure what his stadion equals in modern units, but some say that it was the Hellenic 185-meter stadion.<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Eratosthenes%27_method_for_determining_the_size_of_the_Earth.svg

> Can you imagine this?! Eratosthenes was within ~100 miles for the correct circumference of the earth over 2,000 years ago. But just as important he knew the earth was round! Something denied by the Catholic Church about 300 years later (let’s say 100 AD) & up through Galileo in the early 1600’s [Incorrect. See my note at top. Should be that the earth is the center of our solar system] . I can’t believe that someone (let’s call him Bob :) ) didn’t know that Columbus was sailing to his death because:<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vertical_direction

> - Bob knew the earth was round and its circumference. (~25,000 mi either polar or equatorial)<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vertical_direction

> - Bob might have figured out latitude & from looking a beach ball sized sphere & figured the circumference at Spain’s latitude was something less. Indeed Eratosthenes developed a method of latitude & longitude. Bob would have known of the work of Eratosthenes and would know to reduce the circumference by some amount. While he probably didn’t have a complete knowledge of Trigonometry nor a slide rule, he could work ratios. He’d have been able to venture a guess to reduce the circumference due to Spain’s latitude to 25,000 * Cos (37°) = ~ 25,000 *.8 = 20,000 miles. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vertical_direction

> - Bob knew the distance from Spain to Turkey & from Turkey to the trading points in China (maybe 8,000 miles) because Bob knew the stars very well.<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vertical_direction

> - And Bob knew 20,000 – 8,000 miles = 12,000 miles. No way did ships of that era have the range of 12,000 miles. Columbus and the three ships were sailing to their deaths, never to return again.<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vertical_direction
> Thanks, Phil 
> Philip Arnold 
> cell 818-808-8315 
parnold7@roadrunner.com<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vertical_direction



>

RE: Please use this email acct.

Pete<pete@thepetersonranch.com>

6/28/2013 6:48 PM

To  Dale Peterson  

I really sympathize. I gave up all of my friends simply because if you are not drinking with them, then there isn't much that you have in common. Scott has to know that we won't get along worth a crap if he continues to drink when he moves out here. I have a feeling part of this is him having a last fling. I remember doing that several times myself. I hope he doesn't make you too miserable. I hope the kids don't suffer too much from this.

Hang in there!

On June 28, 2013 at 2:44 PM Dale Peterson <dalepeterson48@hotmail.com> wrote: 

Pete, thanks for the input. I figured that may be the way to go, to let him find out for himself. I had to do the same. I did the same thing too, with overmedicating. That is why I am really strict with my meds now. I am trying to be patient with him, but he has been getting really obnoxious and argumentative when he starts catching a buzz. He gets on subjects and just keeps on interrogating me, and when I can't answer, he tells me I am retarded and a moron because I can't answer his questions. He was grilling me about my police record, and I told him I didn't have much of one, and he started accusing me of lying, and avoiding his questions so I gave him my information, and he had his police friend run it, and they came up clean, with nothing on me. That is just an example and then when he tells me what he found out, or didn't find, he is not apologetic and then it goes to something else. It really is hard, because I feel like I can't discuss things with him openly once he starts drinking, and that is when he wants to start talking. I will keep an eye on him and I do check him when he drinks too much and lays on the couch to sleep. I also watch to make sure he isn't taking pills when he is in that condition. I love him and don't want to see anything happen and know you love him too, so thanks for your input. I feel like he would feel like we were ganging up on him so I am going to keep this between you and me. You can tell him what you want, as you are his dad, and have been thru it, and I only want what is best and feel like you will use your judgement to help him, and if that includes telling him that you talk to me about it, that is cool. 
   Aaron may move back here to go to school, and I may come back out there, but that will be in the fall. That kind of was the understanding with Scott when I came here. I told him it would not be long term. I know he likes having me here and I like to be with him when he is not boozing. My friend has offered me a place to live out there, but we are still up in the air about when we would do that. I know it would really help my arthritis and even Scott has expressed the desire to move back there. I haven't brought this up to him yet, but will. We had a little scene here last night, but I don't think he remembers it and I let all that shit go, and don't bring it up to him. The one night he was falling down and drunk, he brought it up, and I made some comments, but didn't "lay into him" if you know what I mean. I just agreed with him that he was really fucked up. He was saying his knee gave out on him when he fell the first time, but when he fell out of his chair, he didn't say much. I do not consume any alcohol at all, and haven't for over 9 years, and feel like I am trying to show him that I can have a good time without booze. I really don't know that much about alcohol, so I have to depend on your judgement on that. I am really glad you quit, and know you will keep clear of that crap. I had to learn that about the pills and it is not easy. We don't realize how we are affecting others and looking back I can see it and feel bad, but feel like I can only go forward and try to show that I don't do that anymore. Actions speak louder than words. 
   I will keep you posted and let you know what is going on with Aaron and all of that. I don't know if Scott told you, but he is keeping the boys here and is not going to let Josh go back to Raelene when school starts again. She has really let him down and so he is making her go to court to even visit them outside of the house. If Aaron moves back, it will be pretty crowded here, so I think that my move from here to Ca. will help that situation. I do want to stay as long as possible and hope that helps. He really doesn't have a car that is real dependable and I do, and he really isn't ready to drive, so I will stay until that changes. I am look. I am kind of looking at maybe being there in October, depending on a lot of things, like Aaron and all of that. I can move out there just about anytime, but told my friend that I am going to stay here to help Scott as long as necessary and he is cool with that. 
   I am hoping to get the boys out fishing when Scott is more healed. He is healed up pretty good now, but still is having trouble walking, so it may be a while. Maybe I can get the kids to go fishing with me, and give Scott a little break from them. They are good boys, but Matt can be a handful. He talks non-stop, and I get along well with him and tease him and I have a good relationship with both boys so I enjoy them. 
   All for now, and will keep in touch better. I don't know how to delete email accounts either, but I just don't use the gmail account because it is so different and I can't get access to the emails all of the time. I have used this one for over 14 years. What I do when I have two emails to someone is send the email to all their accounts. I will stop in and check it out though now that I know you have sent stuff there, but prefer if you can use this one. Thanks again, and take care. Hope all is well there.........Dale 

 

 


Date: Fri, 28 Jun 2013 03:49:55 -0400 
From: pete@thepetersonranch.com 
To: dalepeterson48@hotmail.com 
Subject: Re: Please use this email acct. 

I am worried about Scott as well. I also understand exactly how he feels. He thinks that he is only hurting himself, and doesn't realize that he hurts the people that love him just as much. I was the same way myself, and I wasn't willing to listen to any advice from anyone. If you value your relationship with Scott, I think the best thing is for him to learn the hard way. It's tough to be around someone who drinks, especially if you don't, so I urge you to use patience. There are no easy answers, and I never realized how much damage my life style would bring to others. Just please keep an eye on him, and keep me posted. He tells me he doesn't drink much, but I can tell by the way he talks it's not true. I really don't think that he believes he has me fooled. As far as confidentiality, that is up to you. He knows what I think, and how I feel. I don't try to hide anything from him.

My address book in my email account doesn't work properly, so I will include both addresses when I write. The other way to get it right is to reply to your emails, so please stay in touch and write often.

On June 28, 2013 at 2:28 AM Dale Peterson <dalepeterson48@hotmail.com> wrote: 

Things have been kind of crazy. I had to take Scott up to Baltimore for a doctor appointment, and I have been trying to get a lot of my stuff done. Matthew spends a lot of time on here, so I sometimes don't get a chance to email much. 
  I want to ask you something, but hope you understand why. Scott has been hitting the beer pretty hard, and when we go out, he does shots of whiskey. I am really concerned about him for three reasons. One, I don't want him to come home wasted, pop one of his pills, which are really strong, and die. Two, if he keeps drinking with his diabetes, he is going to start losing limbs. Three is I love him, and hate to see him in that condition. I think he really has a problem, but I don't approach him about it. I don't want to alienate him, and he does get pissed when I talk anything about it, and denys his intake. He told me he was only drinking a couple beers a day, and he has been going through a twelve pack a day, missing only one day, and then shot of booze when we go out, which he likes to go out to the marina. Do you have any advice for me? I know I am not perfect and I am really sticking to my prescriptions as I am supposed to, and do not get fucked up. I wouldn't do that around his kids, as a guest here, but I don't know how to handle it. The only thing I can think of is to just shut up, and let him find out the hard way. Please don't tell him about me writing you this. I don't want any of our relationships to be in jeopardy. I am approaching you as a brother, that is concerned for my nephew, and your son. Let me know. He does not read my emails so what you tell me will remain totally confidential. 
  Other than that, Raelene fucked up Josh's graduation, and tried to fuck up Matthew's big day. I think that Scott may have told you about that, and I stay out of that. That is between them. I am just worried about his drinking. I will see what you think........Dale 

PS Please use this email as I can't work the other one and don't check it much because I don't use it. Sorry I missed your emails and didn't respond. Hope you are well.......Dale 

 


 

wtf

Pete<pete@thepetersonranch.com>

6/26/2013 5:32 PM

To  Scott Peterson,    Dale Peterson  

I haven't heard from you guys for two weeks.What the hell is going on?

RE: Virginia

Pete<pete@thepetersonranch.com>

6/16/2013 11:41 AM

To  Dale Peterson  

Show images

External images have been blocked to protect you against potential spam!

Russ was here yesterday, and I introduced him to my neighbor, Tim. (mom's house) He was expected for dinner, and couldn't stay, but he told me to say hello to you, so hello!

On June 14, 2013 at 11:11 PM Dale Peterson <dalepeterson48@hotmail.com> wrote: 

Pete, I wouldn't worry about Jessica. She is pretty busy all the time and doesn't always respond. She may get back to you, but if not, don't worry, 
  Tell Todd Hi for me, I haven't heard from him in a long time. I try to send emails for his birthday, but just get a little note from him a couple times a year. 
   Glad you are enjoying good weather. I understand that John Pibb is not doing well. I really liked him so if you see him tell him and Suzy that I send greetings and really miss them. Take care and will keep in touch........... 

 

 


Date: Fri, 14 Jun 2013 20:59:43 -0400 
From: pete@thepetersonranch.com 
To: dalepeterson48@hotmail.com 
Subject: RE: Virginia 

Things are good here. Temperatures are back to normal, and every day is so beautiful, it is almost boring.

We are scheduled to have lunch with Todd soon. That will happen next week or so. Looking forward to seeing them.

Jessica emailed me two weeks ago and asked me for the address of my web page. I sent it, and sent a couple pages I thought she might like. I asked her opinion, and I haven't heard from her since. Do you think there is something that might have offended her? If you find anything out, please let me know.

Tell Scott to call when he feels like it.

You guys take care

Pete

On June 14, 2013 at 8:26 AM Dale Peterson <dalepeterson48@hotmail.com> wrote: 

I know what you mean. A few years ago, I sent Russ a tower, and it arrived in pieces and had obviously been hit by a fork lift. I had insured it, and collected, but the real jewel was the lady that agreed to pay the insurance told me " we usually don't pay for things that get shook in transit". The whole front of the computer tower was smashed and the side of the thing was crushed and couldn't even be taped back on. 
  That seems to be the way it is. They lost a prescription of mine for three weeks and when it showed up, it was in the ditch. Yeah, you wonder why the post office is going broke. UPS and Fed Ex have been good for me, but I guess I have been lucky. Maybe the delivery guy was afraid of your attack goats....... 
 
  Scott is getting to where he can put his foot on the floor flat, but still is pretty sore. He still has his staples and stitches, but is doing pretty well. I was hoping that we could quit smoking together, but he isn't too interested. Smoking and diabetes is really bad. I get concerned about his alcohol intake too, not that it is really a lot, but that is also really bad for diabetes. I try not to bring it up, and only discuss it if he does. I would really like to see him get better, and take better care of himself, but you and I know how that works. 
  Matthew has been on the computer most of the time, so I haven't had much time to look at the pics, but I have a lot to do here. I think once I get settled in, it will be okay. I hope all is well out there for you. Take care...... 

 

 


Date: Thu, 13 Jun 2013 12:29:20 -0400 
From: pete@thepetersonranch.com 
To: dalepeterson48@hotmail.com 
Subject: RE: Virginia 

It isn't a big deal. It has to go a thousand miles extra to get that little forwarding sticker. The Postal service wonders why they are losing money.

Fed ex and ups throw my shit over the fence, no problem, and I just love it. The postman's excuse to not deliver was because my gate was closed. Isn't everybody's gate closed? Anybody with a gate can't receive mail? What the fuck?

On June 13, 2013 at 3:33 AM Dale Peterson <dalepeterson48@hotmail.com> wrote: 

I will take it that the best way to send anything to you is to use your P.O. box. If that is correct, I will do that. I wish I would have known sooner, but I guess you did receive all that I did send, so will make a note and not use the street address anymore...... 

 

 


Date: Wed, 12 Jun 2013 20:06:29 -0400 
From: pete@thepetersonranch.com 
To: dalepeterson48@hotmail.com 
Subject: RE: Virginia 

I know this is confusing. You cannot mail to my house address. Post office stuff goes to Post Office box.

UPS and Fed Ex (only) can be addressed to the house.

This has fucked up my mail to no end. All because of one asshole!

On June 11, 2013 at 6:45 PM Dale Peterson <dalepeterson48@hotmail.com> wrote: 

Good job. I am surprised it came out that good. Looks like it was a lot of work, but worth it. I didn't go thru it all, but it does look good. Glad you got that okay. If I ship anything more, I will Fed Ex or UPS it. I can just send regular mail to the house. Good to know. I will check it out when I have more time. Thanks..........Dale 

 

 


Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2013 10:28:44 -0400 
From: pete@thepetersonranch.com 
To: dalepeterson48@hotmail.com 
Subject: RE: Virginia 

It depends on what you are shipping. I am at war with the mail carrier that delivers to the house address. He has had my mail messed up for over ten years.

The yearbook is up. It took about six hours to scan, and another two to put up. Check it out. http://www.thepetersonranch.com/pete/61rocket.html

 

On June 11, 2013 at 9:33 AM Dale Peterson <dalepeterson48@hotmail.com> wrote: 

Pete, I wasn't aware that there would be an extra charge. Sorry about that. Would you rather I ship Fed Ex and UPS? I really think they handle packages better anyway. It is up to you. I will file the PO box though and you can let me know your preference..... 

 

 


Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2013 22:07:13 -0400 
From: pete@thepetersonranch.com 
To: dalepeterson48@hotmail.com 
Subject: RE: Virginia 

I got the yearbook, and I have already started to scan it. With a little luck, it'll be on line by tomorrow.

It came with postage due 'cause you shipped to the house. When you mail stuff (U.S.P.S.) at the post office, ship to 

P.O.Box 8856

Citrus Heights, Ca. 95621

Fed Ex and U.P.S. comes to the house O.K.

On June 9, 2013 at 9:12 PM Dale Peterson <dalepeterson48@hotmail.com> wrote: 

Tomorrow I am taking him to the doctor. We are trying to get all the "business stuff" out of the way. He is a ways from going fishing as he needs to keep the leg elevated, which is fine for now. I am looking forward to going when he is able. Keep cool, and I will try to get a look at some of the pictures again. Matthew has taken over my computer, but will be in school for another week, so will try to get thru more. That one site has not opened up yet, so I don't have all of the names for that one picture I thought was Rittenhouse, but some people identified almost all of the people in the pic, so will get it when that site is open again. 
   Keep cool..........Dale 

 

 


Date: Sun, 9 Jun 2013 20:43:25 -0400 
From: pete@thepetersonranch.com 
To: dalepeterson48@hotmail.com 
Subject: RE: Virginia 

The temperatures aren't unusual, just the time of year. We average thirty to thirty five days a year above 100.

As far as climate change, we see it less here than they would in Oklahoma, or even on the east coast and their hurricanes. 

Scott says the fishing is really good there. Good luck!

On June 9, 2013 at 11:46 AM Dale Peterson <dalepeterson48@hotmail.com> wrote: 

Pete, I don't remember it being that warm there, except for a few days. Is it warmer there than it was, say 20 years ago? I remember that my van, that we replaced the engine in, suffered a cracked block from the water freezing in the engine. I didn't have any anti-freeze in it, as the radiator leaked, but I just made sure it had water. I thought that was odd for it to freeze hard enough to crack the block. 
  It looks like the climates are changing all over the world. Stay comfy, and I hope you have a great summer. It has really been mild here since I got here. I am looking forward to when we can get some fishing in.  Take care.........Dale 

 

 


Date: Sat, 8 Jun 2013 21:15:59 -0400 
From: pete@thepetersonranch.com 
To: dalepeterson48@hotmail.com 
Subject: RE: Virginia 

Everything is good here. We had 105 yesterday, and as I write it is 107 outside now. I have A/C this year so it is 75 in the house.

On June 8, 2013 at 8:32 PM Dale Peterson <dalepeterson48@hotmail.com> wrote: 

We got an even heavier rain today. I had to have Aaron take me to the ER and get a cathator because my prostate is swollen and I couldn't pee. I got squared away, and Aaron is going back tomorrow. Scott is doing pretty good, but is really sore. Other than that, all is well, and we are just hanging in there. Hope all is good there....... 

 

 


Date: Fri, 7 Jun 2013 20:45:18 -0400 
From: pete@thepetersonranch.com 
To: dalepeterson48@hotmail.com 
Subject: Re: Virginia 

That looked like a hell of a storm that went through there, today. What did you guys think?

On June 6, 2013 at 4:00 PM Dale Peterson <dalepeterson48@hotmail.com> wrote: 

Pete, I arrived here in Virginia on tuesday evening. Scott got released from the hospital on tuesday at around noon. Aaron will be here til the week end, then I will be helping Scott with Matthew and I think Josh may come back too. I am enjoying cooking for them and we are all eating good. I went to the store the first day and went nuts, so we all will be sitting around rubbing our bellies for a while. Scott is doing good, but I am glad I can be here to get him to appointments he needs to be at, and help with the boys. I will hope to get back to looking at pictures. We had a bit of trouble getting the computer going, but Aaron figured it out. I will be in touch. Hope all is well there.........Dale 

 Find just before WTF


 . Do you have any advice for me? I know I am not perfect and I am really sticking to my prescriptions as I am supposed to, and do not get fucked up. I wouldn't do that around his kids, as a guest here, but I don't know how to handle it. The only thing I can think of is to just shut up, and let him find out the hard way. Please don't tell him about me writing you this. I don't want any of our relationships to be in jeopardy. I am approaching you as a brother, that is concerned for my nephew, and your son. Let me know. He does not read my emails so what you tell me will remain totally confidential.