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June Gloom

26. June 2010

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Tonight was warm and the air was a little thick, but an occasional light breeze would pick up some of the draft from the swamp cooler coming through the screened door on my back patio and cool things off.  As I sat in the stillness of the evening, I could hear the sharp yelps of […]

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The Sugar Shack-Part 5-It’s Getting Hot In Here!

22. October 2009

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WARNING: THIS POST CONTAINS LANGUAGE THAT IS NOT SUITABLE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN.

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The Bizarre? No, the Bazaar.

8. October 2009

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One of the greatest aspects of my family is that no matter what has happened to us in our lives, we have been able to laugh.  This is a priceless gift  and I consider myself blessed to receive it.  We’ve never really been either rich or poor.  It has been (at least for as long […]

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The Sugar Shack – Part 4 – It's Friggin' Cold!

1. October 2009

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If you have ever been to the Northeast in the months of May and June, then you’ll know what I mean when I say that it is hardly a paradise, unless you are one of those people that get a thrill from cold, wet, windy days, and an absolute probability of seeing the sun four […]

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The Sugar Shack – Part 4 – It’s Friggin’ Cold!

1. October 2009

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If you have ever been to the Northeast in the months of May and June, then you’ll know what I mean when I say that it is hardly a paradise, unless you are one of those people that get a thrill from cold, wet, windy days, and an absolute probability of seeing the sun four […]

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The Sugar Shack -Part 3- The Preparation

17. September 2009

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So, we had a concession stand right near the beach from Memorial Day through Labor Day. It was rewarding, challenging and exhausting. And that was before we even opened for business.

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