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“I LIKE TO REMINISCE WITH PEOPLE I DON’T KNOW.” Steven Wright To continue with tornado stories. We have just had the 30th anniversary of the Andover...

Scalloped Vegetables

Everyone has a time in their lives where they feel they have been grinning from ear to ear. Well, my husband, Ervin, and I...

The Morel of the Story

I used this story once before, but given the amount of chatter on Facebook lately about mushrooms and mushroom hunting, it seemed appropriate and...

WHEELBARROW FRECKLES (During this pandemic, and quarantine for some of us, I thought everyone could use a little chuckle.)

When Tiger the monster came to live with my parents they had a little dog named Freckles. No one was sure of his lineage...

Snake Unappreciated Rancho Visitor

“There’s a snake eating the sliced apple on the kitchen cabinet.” Don’t think that doesn’t make hair on the neck cringe. Charging toward the varmint...

This and That

This has been a good week at Damphewmore Acres for visits from friends far and wide. First visitor wuz my Iowa friend, who overwinters...

Without a compass

The topic of newspaper editorials and opinion pages bumps up now and then like an old friend now in rags, frequently homeless, consigned to...

The Toothless Cattle Company

I got my start in the cattle business in the fall of 1973. You old moss backs will recall that was a very dark...

‘Age Is Meaningless’ When Deciding Whether To Retire An ‘Old’ Horse 

‘Age Is Meaningless’ When Deciding Whether To Retire An ‘Old’ Horse  “Older horses are often healthier and happier when they are continued to be used.” Like...

Creamed Peas

I never thought to write a recipe for creamed peas, just never thought. Once upon a time I was actually asked how to make...
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