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A Gouge… or a Gift: Round bales and generators

During the last several months,  an endless trail of flatbed trucks have shipped hay to the parched portions of Texas.  I’ve seen it on I-10, I-20, and even our state highways.  Word is that they’re selling these large round hay bales for $100-150 each in ...

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Tuesday Oct. 4

Bells, Whistles, Horns, and Tears … Remembering August 14, 1945 Today is Charlie Willoughy’s 87th birthday.  He’s a tough ex-marine with a tender heart. He’s working this week at Dry Creek  Camp beside other volunteers from Louisiana Campers on Missions.  After singing happy birthday to ...

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Mon. Oct. 3 E . . . E . . . E . . .

“Time is too slow for those who wait, too swift for those who fear, too long for those who grieve, too short for those who rejoice, but for those who love, time is eternity.”  -Henry Van Dyke “TRIPLE E”:   The reason I blog. I ...

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