Tag Archives: Frank Yetter

The magic of Andros

“You’re going where?” friends asked when we told them about our house-sit on a Greek island. “Never heard of it.” That’s what we love most about Andros. That it’s secluded and isolated—particularly in November. This tiny rocky island in the northernmost region of the Cyclades is quiet at this time of year. So quiet, in fact, that goats sit in […]

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What my father taught me

“Humpf,” dad would have said if I asked him to describe his core values. He’d scratch his head and shrug and respond cryptically, amazed that I would ask such a question. “Ah, hell,” he’d have said. “Just do what’s right. You know what’s fair and just – so do it.” Some things oughtn’t need to be explained. Dad, who once […]

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