BC: Special thanks to Ron for being so cooperative and letting me follow him around for days.
FC: Welcome To the life of Ronald Duane Sorensen | Created by Krystal Britton
1: The life of Ronald Duane Sorensen
2: Ron is always on the go so it is very hard to catch him just doing nothing. In these pictures Ron and his wife Patty are heading out the door to go up north.
3: Ron didn't want me to take pictures of him. At first when I told him about this project he said no way....so I had to sneak a few pictures before he went up north for the weekend.
4: On his days off Ron and his family spend a lot of time up north in Hale, Michigan where they have a travel trailer in a campground. He can always be found outside doing something that he loves. Sometimes it may be something as relaxing as sitting by a campfire that he made or maybe reading or working on one of his many projects.
7: = | Ron works very hard every day. He leaves very early in the morning for his job as a grinder hand at a tool shop in Fenton, Michigan. These pictures were taken early one evening as he returned home from working 11 hours at his job.
9: Ron drives his old red Jeep every day to and from work. He usually leaves for work at 5:15 a.m. and returns at approximately 6:00 p.m.
10: Ron talks to his son Corey about the project that they will be working on later in the evening.
11: Usually when Ron arrives home from a long day at the shop he sits out on his porch railing and always has a big bottle of Mountain Dew and smokes Basic Menthol Cigarettes. He always leaves his stuff in a line on the railing so when he comes outside later it is there.
14: Yummmmmm....donuts! | Ron's favorite snack
15: Ron has to have a quick snack every night after work. It will hold him over until supper.
17: While Ron was working on his shed in the backyard he spotted a flock of geese flying over. They later landed in a neighboring parking lot. Ron is a very avid hunter so he is always looking for wildlife.
18: Ron and his son Corey are building an addition onto their shed to store some of their hunting equipment. They don't always work too well together because they are both strong-minded.