Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at 12:59 am (Updated: April 30, 9:50 am)
Death has a way of making you think — a lot.
And so does 15 hours of driving interstates and highways, backroads and into rest stops between one home and another.
The recent death of my brother-in-law, Rick Tyo, has not only unleashed plenty of emotions for those who knew and loved him, but brought up plenty of reasons to think about one’s own life.
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