Loren C. Gruber: The Muskie Professor

At the Ozark Creative Writers Conference in October 2011–an event that proved to be one of the highlights of my writing life–I met Loren C. Oklahoma Sooners Jerseys Gruber, a professor who knew literature so well that his speech flowed deep and rich with allusions, a witty man skilled in the art of the well-turned phrase. albion gold He is an instructor at Missouri Valley College in Marshall, Missouri. asics gel lyte 5 mujer beige albion silver This past March, when I visited and spoke at the school, I found the students had a deep respect for their instructor. Nike Air Huarache lunette de soleil oakley pas cher He is personable, funny, and though hard-line in his expectations, he manages to motivate his students to produce excellent work. There is much I could write about him, but what really caught my attention is the fact he is known as the Muskie Professor. One evening over supper and drinks, we talked about his obsession with muskies and I thought a blog entry on his passion would be very appropriate. Joe Namath Jersey His personal slogan is: May All Your Mornings Be Muskie Mornings! Here is his own testimony about his passion for and experience with muskie fishing: LOREN: I began fishing for muskies in 1953 on Lake Winnebigoshish, Minnesota, with my father. nike air max 2017 goedkoop He had lived in Motley, Minnesota, for a few years while his father served the Methodist Episcopal Church there as its minister. cheap ffxiv gil We then began fishing for muskies on nearby Cass Lake in 1954, and fished Leech Lake on and off, as well. I fished Pymatuning Reservoir in Pennsylvania probably in 1965 when I taught at Grove City College. Fjallraven Kanken Classic

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