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Apples PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
The boughs are bowing with the weight of fruit, as Mother Nature makes up for last year’s dearth with an over abundance of apples. Every tree is loaded and has bending branches. Nature always redeems herself.
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Protecting The Crops PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
Last year I made the raccoon families happy. This year our club of 200 families rejoices instead. Four stands of electrified wire encircle the entire sweet corn patch within a foot of the ground. Baited with a dab of peanut butter in aluminum foil hanging on the wire, the fence was a shock to the annual  ‘coon corn convention.
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“Tell It Like It Is” PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
Mealy months are far from being appreciated. They may think they are being diplomatic or politically correct, but their hypocrisy is highly audible to those on the sidelines. They are fooling no one but themselves. The people who pay the taxes are keenly aware of these oxymorons.
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Write-In Candidate PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
The following was passed along to me by friend, Evelyn Cole of the Thomas House in Red Boiling Springs. It is so good that I wanted to share it with my readers.
I HAVE DECIDED TO BECOME A WRITE-IN CANDIDATE.
HERE IS MY PLATFORM:
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The Potato Crop PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
Potatoes here, potatoes there, potatoes everywhere. This is what happens when you plant 1300 pounds of seed potatoes into a well-composted field. With a lot of help from our friends, 300 bushels are out of the field and ready for their next stage sorting.
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