|15 April 2004
I finally decided I'd let this page go long enough and buckled down
to update it. As usual with any of my projects I can never be satisfied
with just a few simple touches. The result is a complete redesign
and rededication of Cougar Run.
The focus is now primarily on cougars, as the name implies, but
also includes some of my other interests like old British and European
motorcycles, Toyota FJ40 4wd vehicles and last but not least travels
taken with and without my wife.
As I was deciding on the format
and things to include I decided to also present a "rants" page
and a list of my favorite links. Some of you may be surprised
but I will be including positive topics on my rants page as well
as the usual negative stuff.
If you haven't already discovered it, navigation is as simple
as I could make it. No fancy Java Applets, or browser specific crap
frames which seems to chap some folks off - tough, get over it.
I use frames because they help simplify developing new pages to
add to the existing topics. Some of the links will open new pages
where appropriate - when you're done with that section simply close
the browser window. The window you linked from should still be there.
When all else fails, your browser's "BACK" button
should still work and last but not least you can always log
I don't think it possible to pass through life
these days without stepping on somebody's toes so if you're a charter
member of the PC (Politically Correct) Police you're in the wrong
place - go hog someone else's bandwidth. I tend to call it as I
see it and usually try to couch my beliefs in logic and thought
but sometimes it just comes from the gut and if you can't take it
The pictures I've posted on this sight are
a mix of stuff I've mined off the web, bought rights to or taken
myself. I will not knowingly publish someone else's material without
their permission or acknowledging their ownership. If you see something
of yours posted here and feel it was done without permission please
contact me so that I can either remove it or make sure that you
receive the proper credit.