I saw on the news today where an old lumberjack found a full sheet of plywood in an Oregon forest. Lumber prospectors and home improvement gurus are rushing to the area in hopes of striking the mother lode. Sasquatch who live in the area… Continue Reading “unhappy returns”
Have you ever noticed that when the highway department builds a new street they can’t wait to dig a ditch across it? Last year they added a new, one-mile extension onto the Don Tyson Parkway. The asphalt barely had time to cool and harden… Continue Reading “A Genetic Anomaly”
Tuesday afternoon, while driving across the endless plains known as Kansas, I noticed a sign hanging over the entrance to someone’s driveway. The sign read, “On this spot in 1897 nothing happened.” I couldn’t wait to get home and tell my cousin, JB Hogan.… Continue Reading “Gone with the Breeze”
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Or the three people I guilted into reading this blog, whatever.
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