During the next twenty-plus years, Michael worked diligently, getting married to a girl named Catherine; having a beautiful baby boy named Dennis, while working at the regional headquarters of Xerox as a telephone settler in their bad debt department. He took a six-month trip to the Big Island of Hawaii and a had month’s stay on the Isle Tau in the Samoan South Pacific. He married his second wife, Marilyn, a Jewish girl from Brooklyn. After his second divorce, he eventually moved to Eugene, Oregon, where he spent his leisure time soaking up the healing lithium vapors among the Old Growth forests of Terwilliger Hot Springs in the Cascades some sixty miles east of Eugene.