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My father….he loved trees

  My father, he loved trees but I’m not sure he loved me quite as much I know he loved the trees cuz twenty-something sweaty sun-baked holes got dug a double shovel handle, hungry razor jaw, hinged post-hole digger slammed again … Continue reading

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Monday Monday, or Should I say… Wow!

   “Once in a lifetime something happens and becomes an American touch stone.” Ha ha!!!  I just heard the PBS Harley riding historian on American Ride say this about the Great Earthquake of San Francisco.  You have to admit, Richard … Continue reading

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Smiles and Moose Tracks

READER ALERT: This is not a story about ice cream. If it were, I’d be ordering a cone with seven scoops. Seven being a magical number for so many reasons.  That cone would be one big leaning tower of deliciousness. … Continue reading

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ON THE BLOG ROLL: A Jar…….ajar?

JT Weaver’s recent post “It’s Not How Much You Have,” speaks wisdom and approaches Christianity in its best form, in sharing with us a beautiful video about a poor Chinese man and his son. The son spends a young life … Continue reading

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