Larry has been in the woods and on public transit around the world, telling stories there, and as a camp director, army medic, community TV director, and public school storytelling/video specialist. He plays "pretty good music" on old car and plumbing parts, to keep them from the landfill. 61 stories in his book, SIXTY-ONE, call for less war, more walking, and better veteran care. His favorite letter is still one from a 1973 school assembly: "Thank you for coming to our school. I was sick that day, but the other kids liked your storytelling a lot, so I'm going with that".