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Les...fortunate    Posted 07-28-2002 at 07:55:00       [Reply]  [Send Email]
It's been a while and it seems like there are a lot of nice new folks hanging around this board. I know I'm having a hard time to remember where you all are located. Over on the Tractor Tales board, we have a map that tells where all the regulars live. Since we ain't got one of them here, how about chiming in with Name (Handle) and location?

I live in Thornton, New Hampshire, which is right about the center of the state. Ski country.

Cerridwen-Oregon City, OR    Posted 07-30-2002 at 18:22:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Me, my hubby and our 2 year old live on a small farm. We have pygmy goats, geese, chickens, quail and 3 pet cats. We grow lots of blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, peaches, apples, and grapes. I also run a small company and make soap and bath products.
Nice to mee y'all!

Jerry S    Posted 07-30-2002 at 14:40:58       [Reply]  [No Email]
Leavenworth, KS. Not the prisons but I can see them from home. Plenty of light over toward town.

Momma Jan    Posted 07-29-2002 at 19:55:54       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hi Ya'All been hanging around here about 3 weeks now and just love it here. I check in on the message board every time I sign on which isnt often enough these days.

Im located in Northern California in the Eastern Sierra Nevada in Plumas County. Its a little old rail road town pop. 2000 Located in the Plumas National Forest. 40 miles north west of Reno Nevada. One of the few places in Calif where kids can be kids and you know befor they get home if they were into any trouble, there is no dress code ('specally during a normal winter) and people are still people. The upper feather river runs through town and Lake Davis with its famous unwanted Pike is located 7 miles driving distance (about 3 as the eagle flies) with may other lakes in the area. We have our 8 lane bowling alley which keeps mighty busy. Oldest son calls it Mayberry and I love it. If your ever in the area stop on in for a cup of coffee your always welcome.

Swamp Yankee    Posted 07-29-2002 at 19:10:36       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Weston, Ct.

jamo    Posted 07-29-2002 at 14:22:14       [Reply]  [Send Email]
It's me Jan, and I live about 25 miles south of Indianapolis, in a little town called Edinburgh. Just a tiny place (9acres) but it's heaven to us.

Steve L in IN    Posted 07-30-2002 at 19:16:00       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Jan, nine acres is large to me! I live in DeMotte, Indiana, two hours north of Indianapolis, on one heavily wooded acre with my wife and two kids. I love the country way of life, having been raised in Upper Michigan. Nice to know ya.

Farmer Tom    Posted 07-29-2002 at 13:29:26       [Reply]  [No Email]
The "almost center of the State" - Columbus OH- I is one of them buildin department bureaucrat's ever-one likes........

DG    Posted 07-29-2002 at 12:11:58       [Reply]  [No Email]
Retiring Arson Investigator just south of Houston and headed to the ranch!!

Bluebird    Posted 07-29-2002 at 12:00:27       [Reply]  [No Email]
The "wilds" of SW N.M. County size almost 7,000 square miles, population per square mile - 0.5%.

Ollie    Posted 07-29-2002 at 11:54:51       [Reply]  [No Email]
I'm in Northeast Oregon in the Blue Mountains. Outside Summerville, which is about 12 miles north of La Grande.

Sleepy in Mexico    Posted 07-31-2002 at 09:57:32       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hi Ollie,

I used to live in La Grande, and worked for Boise Cascade. I miss it a little bit, but it is beautiful and green here in central Mexico and it never gets very hot because we are at 7000`. Be up your way for a vacation soon.


Cerridwen    Posted 07-30-2002 at 18:10:23       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Howdy neighbor!
we are from oregon city!! nice to meet ya!

cerridwen,talon and tyler

Sleepy in los Altos de Jalisco, Mexico (formerly eastern Oregon)    Posted 07-29-2002 at 09:55:43       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hi: Just discovered this board last week, and I appreciate the fact that it keeps me in touch with like minded folks.

My wife (Mexicana) and I live and work here in Arandas, in the los Altos region of Jalisco in central Mexico. My wife is a hospital administrator and I work in agricultural exports. We love this small town of 50,000. It is located at 7000´elevation, so the weather is very moderate. This time of year is the rainy season, and the temperature never gets above 70 degrees, and we usually have a thunderstorm or a gentle rain every day. The countryside is a brilliant green, and our town lies between two forested low lying mountain ranges, great for exploring on foot or horseback. The area doesn´t have any of the abject poverty that the border areas & southern Mexico seem to have. Agave production, the main ingredient in Tequila, is the number one economic activity, followed by Cattle & small factories.

My Mexican family has a ranch out of town, where we go quite often this time of year. We are two hours east of Guadalajara, which has everything we are used to for shopping. We are located six hours drive from Puerto Vallarta or Manzanillo, where it is hotter than hades right now. Our numerous nieces & nephews drop by to visit as school is out, and they are busy going back and forth to the ranch or Puerto Vallarta.

I really miss eastern Oregon where I am from, but I listen to Twangcast on the Internet and I get to wear Wranglers & lace up Justins to work and deal with Ranchers & Dairymen on a daily basis. Folks are very friendly here, more open than in the USA, and will do just about anything for you. We are considering moving back to Oregon for family reasons, but we aren´t sure yet. Take a look at our life at the link below.


Chuck, WA    Posted 07-29-2002 at 09:21:27       [Reply]  [No Email]
South-central Washington state, Benton City mailing address, but about 5-10 miles from nearest towns. Near Tri-Cities of Richland-Pasco-Kennewick. In the bend of the Columbia River, 30 miles north of Oregon, east of the Cascade Moutains. Wheat, wine, tree fruit and alfalfa country. Hot and dry, but irrigated by the Columbia River.

Scott Hansen    Posted 07-29-2002 at 08:49:53       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Salt Lake City, but I could relocate.

Danny in CO    Posted 07-29-2002 at 08:29:43       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Am I the only one from Colorado??? Between Denver and Colorado Springs.


Jim (Mi)    Posted 07-29-2002 at 06:05:48       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I live in Goodells, Mi. Just ouside of Port Huron. It is the southern
point of Lake Huron, where it dumps into the St. Clair River.

Bridget Williams    Posted 09-04-2002 at 16:37:18       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We lived in Goodellsin the 50's. We Were acroos the street from Reginald Olsen. Would love to see picture.

RW{OR}-Dubai    Posted 07-29-2002 at 01:52:23       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I lurk from Dubai United Arab Emirates I run a small warehouse for a siesmic company here,yes it's oil related.My real home is Eugene,Ore that I get to see once a year.Been lurking on these boards for a few years,about as close to home as I can get from here.

UdLOOZ2mySVT    Posted 07-28-2002 at 23:39:31       [Reply]  [No Email]
Don't know that I have ever posted, so nice to meet ya'll. I'm Lowry Crossing, TX, Pop. 835.We are about 40 minutes north of Dallas.

tater    Posted 07-28-2002 at 21:52:56       [Reply]  [No Email]
central oklahoma, 30 miles south of OKC.
retired fireman. hobbies, antique autos and tractors. live on three acres its all lawn and
grandma taters flower and water garden.
on the outskirt of small town of 3000, there is a 70 acre peanut field in back of my place. will try to post pics of the harvest soon.
later, tater.

Steve L in IN    Posted 07-30-2002 at 19:29:02       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Looking forward to your pictures, tater. Sounds like you enjoy yourself. I am a quite a few years from retiring yet, but am a highschool English teacher. More another time...

john d    Posted 07-28-2002 at 20:33:13       [Reply]  [No Email]
About 15 miles north of Indianapolis; out far enough to see the stars at night.

Steve L in IN    Posted 07-30-2002 at 19:34:34       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I am about 75 miles N of you in
Roselawn, In, just west of I65. My family enoys bicycling very much, and where we live is perfect for it. We enjoy the stars, too. My nine year old son knows the galaxy, positions of the stars...etc...amazes me.

Dreamweaver    Posted 07-28-2002 at 17:53:10       [Reply]  [No Email]
I'm in Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina, about 20 miles South of Raleigh. TOBACCO AND NASCAR COUNTRY.

M R    Posted 07-28-2002 at 16:30:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
North Manchester, IN West of Fort Wayne.
I've been visiting here and the ytmag boards for a bout a year although I've only posted a couple of times. Great bunch of people. Check out the picture I just put in the galery.

Jim in N.S.    Posted 07-28-2002 at 16:20:09       [Reply]  [No Email]
I am in northern Nova Scotia in Pictou county.As an occasional lurker on this board I know there are some bluegrass fan's here. I just got home from attending the 31'st annual Nova Scotia bluegrass and old time music festival at Mt. Denson, in the Annapolis vally. A great weekend of great music. Sorry you all missed it.

Redneck    Posted 07-29-2002 at 02:32:21       [Reply]  [No Email]
Bet it was a doosy!

F14    Posted 07-28-2002 at 16:09:55       [Reply]  [No Email]
Prospect Harbor, Maine, across Frenchman Bay from Bar Harbor. The area is known as "Downeast" Maine.

Lil' ol' fishing village, right on the watah. Mebbe 300 people, all told.

Okie-Dokie    Posted 07-28-2002 at 16:02:06       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Wanna Guess?

Cowboy Joe    Posted 07-28-2002 at 18:45:50       [Reply]  [No Email]
Boomer Sooner country no doubt.

Cowboy Joe    Posted 07-28-2002 at 15:08:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
Manhattan is where I hang my (cowboy) hat. Then there's also Manhattan, KS and Manhattan, MT. Haven't set foot in either place. But I've eaten Rocky Mtn. oysters at Bruce's in Severance, CO.

Jerry S    Posted 07-30-2002 at 14:38:53       [Reply]  [No Email]
You'd like Manhattan KS. Good school and good people there. Plenty of cowboys and cowgirls to match.

cornfused    Posted 07-28-2002 at 14:54:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
Union city Indiana, right on the Ohio state line midway up (or down). Living in the same house my parents were renting when i was born, I bought it and moved in 32 years to the day later.

EIEIO    Posted 07-28-2002 at 14:51:42       [Reply]  [No Email]
Sorry for the last post, the devil made me do it. Dennis and I live in Branch, Arkansas, the valley area, surrounded by mountains. Our "city" has 357 people. Town is so small that if I am out driving and the UPS driver sees me and has a package for me he flags me down. He doesn't like driving all the dirt roads because of his Asthma. In fact I was 20 miles outside of town once and he flagged me down by the time I got home there was an e-mail asking me what the United Parcel guy had for me from someone that saw me on the side of the road. I love it.

Bluebird    Posted 07-29-2002 at 11:47:58       [Reply]  [No Email]
That's the way UPS does it here, too! Nice, isn't it?

EIEO    Posted 07-28-2002 at 14:45:20       [Reply]  [No Email]
I live here and I just love it!!!

TB    Posted 07-28-2002 at 14:43:08       [Reply]  [No Email]
Mountains of central Pa. about ten mi from Lock Haven.

Bruce    Posted 07-28-2002 at 14:34:27       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi Les,
Yes I visit your site here on the odd ocasion. I live in Hawke's Bay on the east coast North Island New Zealand. Farming deer and cattle on hill country.
Enjoy this site and the comments, especially how the 'other half live'. Seem to be a friendly bunch of people.

Jim(MO)    Posted 07-28-2002 at 14:25:39       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Still splitting time between KC, MO and 160 acres in Chariton county (North Central)MO.

Farmer Gene (WI)    Posted 07-28-2002 at 14:10:52       [Reply]  [No Email]
NW WIsconsin, Dairy Farmer

Larry    Posted 07-28-2002 at 13:56:36       [Reply]  [Send Email]

I'm still here in SW Wisconsin. Take a look at the rotten weather we are having today. I'm located at Leslie Acres.

Donna / ID    Posted 07-28-2002 at 13:41:24       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hello everyone.
We farm and raise beef cattle about 15 miles South of Twin Falls.

Saddlebum    Posted 07-28-2002 at 12:52:26       [Reply]  [No Email]
Husband Frank and I are in northeast Oklahoma, in the heart of the Cherokee Nation near Tahlequah. Think "Ozarks" rather than "Dustbowl" when you hear of eastern Oklahoma. We're in Ski Country, too...heheh, Water Ski Country, that is.

Below is a link to our friend's website. It will give you an idea of what the area here looks like. Be sure to check out their yurts. Real good folks and a great place to visit!

Jim(MO)    Posted 07-28-2002 at 15:12:38       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Ya got's one of the best kept canoeing secrets right in your back yard. The Illinois river down through the Cookson Hills. Took my sons boy scout down there a number of times about 20 years ago. One of those "gotta do it again somtime" things.

Saddlebum    Posted 07-28-2002 at 16:57:19       [Reply]  [No Email]
You may have even floated past the "elephant rock" where our friends have their nature park. It is a huge rock bluff, about 40' high, that looks just like an elephant's head with its trunk dipped into the river. The nature park is located on top of the bluff. When we lived next door a few years ago, we had lots of fun trail riding through the woods, often to the surprise of their guests. That way, the owners could say, with a straight face, that Indians still roamed the woods on horseback. *vbg*

Pcc-AL    Posted 07-28-2002 at 14:37:06       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hi SB,
How far are you from Muscogee? My great-aunt married Harry C. Rogers, a doctor helping the Indians before Oklahoma became a state. They lived in Muscogee, Indian territory, until their deaths. When he retired in the early 1900s, the Indians presented him with two hurricane lamps that I still have.

Saddlebum    Posted 07-28-2002 at 16:49:47       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hi Pcc-AL,
Yes, Muskogee is my home town and it's right next door to Tahlequah, although it's technically across the "border" in the Creek Nation. :-) There are still lots of Rogers around here--in fact, dad's got some elderly cousins who are Rogers. How cool about the hurricane lamps!

ger    Posted 07-28-2002 at 13:11:08       [Reply]  [No Email]
haha nice touch ,the water ski bit ,i,ll remember that when im out ploughing in a couple of months,hey by the way know anything about white line disease,any cure other than cutting it out. hate to have to go that far ,an its not too bad just yet but i have to get on it thanks gerry

Saddlebum    Posted 07-28-2002 at 16:34:41       [Reply]  [No Email]
I have to admit I know next to nothing about WLD, and have been really lucky not to have had any cases here that required anything more than just waiting it out and a little Koppertox solution. But if you haven't already checked it out, there's a really good farrier website that has a bulletin board where the farriers discuss what to do with WLD. The link is below. Hey, are you using those horses to help with the ploughing?

ger    Posted 07-28-2002 at 17:25:25       [Reply]  [No Email]
haha , ya there using me for everything just came in from triming them an what a time wind came up one was good the other gave me a work out got most of the whatever it is out of her hoof ( both front ) looks really good the guy that used to do her was the one that called it white line im not so sure it is i,ve been working it for nearly a year now an its all but gone this trim, i coppertoxed it and then packed it with a medicated okam all spring.i think its gonna be ok i cut alot out of it today and on this pasture next trim it should be mostly gone i think thanks later ger

Saddlebum....well darn, try again    Posted 07-28-2002 at 12:54:12       [Reply]  [No Email]
Trying again on the website...sorry 'bout that.

ger    Posted 07-28-2002 at 18:49:12       [Reply]  [No Email]
went to that web site seems there are as many opions as there are farriers on wld, i really don,t think she has it i know its a separation an im gaining on it but its been a ,long haul thats why i was wondering , i guess we,ll have to wait an see ,she seems fine ,very spoiled ,no problems moving ,gonna leave her barefoot for quite awhile an then i can keep on top of it .thanks for the site always interested in learning , an these guys an gals sure seem to know there stuff thanks ger

ger    Posted 07-28-2002 at 13:24:02       [Reply]  [No Email]
nice site ,looks like a beautiful place , i know about white line disease and what found on the internet but i was just wondering if you had any good old home remedies thanks again ger,now im going to check out ,this web site further lol

Jim in Michigan    Posted 07-28-2002 at 11:24:12       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Upper penninsula of michigan.. about 20 miles south of Lake superior(largest freshwater lake) and bout 40 miles north of wisconsin state line..I live in a county that is larger then the entire state of Rhode Island. We have lots of lakes for fishing and in the fall people cpme from all over to hunbt our deer and bear and in teh winter its snowmobilers and skiers we end up with,,,Jim

Clem    Posted 07-28-2002 at 11:11:11       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Northeast Oklahoma, about 20 miles south of Coffeyville, Kansas.

Ira    Posted 07-28-2002 at 10:44:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Spartansburg,Pa. 45 min. south of Lake Erie.Drifted down here from Vermont long enough ago so's I can't remember why.

Donna    Posted 07-28-2002 at 10:19:26       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I'm in the Kansas City, Missouri, area.

bman    Posted 07-28-2002 at 10:19:21       [Reply]  [Send Email]
i'm at carthage mo. about 15 miles east of joplin. the trucking capitol of the usa barry

LH    Posted 07-28-2002 at 09:40:46       [Reply]  [No Email]
I live just outside of Greens Fork Indiana, which is about 65 miles east of Indianapolis, and about 15 miles from the OH border.

JoeK    Posted 07-28-2002 at 09:31:25       [Reply]  [No Email]
I'm up in NW WI,about 120 mi E of Minneapolis,MN.

DeadCarp    Posted 07-28-2002 at 09:17:50       [Reply]  [No Email]
Suzn & i live in Central Mn(Menahga) - grew up here and clattered around out West and traveled for 30-some years - finally came home to fish & blow stuff up in the woods and generally make a nuisance of ourselves. She's the reader and i'm the tinkerer :)

Bob /Ont.    Posted 07-28-2002 at 09:17:18       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Richmond Hill Ontario, just north of Toronto. Morning all you great folks, this board is fun and the one I most visit.
Later Bob

Alberta Mike    Posted 07-29-2002 at 07:30:41       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Also known as COTU, or Center of the Universe, right Bob?

ger hey bob    Posted 07-28-2002 at 18:58:52       [Reply]  [No Email]
guess what your , posting rung a bell with me this morning when i seen where your from .been trying to figure it out all day,finally did, my favorite cousin deb and her mom live in richmond hill , i think deb does an her mom is just a bit from there gonna check it out when i get back in i don,t get to speak to them as often as i would like , later ger

Ron/Pa    Posted 07-28-2002 at 09:16:08       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Central PA. in the Susquehanna valley, still part time farming the family farm, which we have owned since the late 1700's
I think this collection of rocks is worth less now than it was then (grin)

BOSS    Posted 07-28-2002 at 09:13:38       [Reply]  [No Email]
Grattan, Michigan 1/2 hr. northeast of Grand Rapids. Probably the most beautiful area around.

Mudcat49    Posted 07-28-2002 at 09:05:58       [Reply]  [No Email]
Okeechobee Florida, right on Lake Okeechobee the second largest freshwater lake in the USA.

gerry    Posted 07-28-2002 at 09:01:41       [Reply]  [No Email]
hi les ,im pretty new to this site also though while i was sick i would read the posts some, was to sick to reply much,thoughrly enjoyed it all an it sure helped pass the time when i couldn,t do anything else, im in southeastern british columbia canada and this is ski country too. just 50 miles north of the montana border,and 30 mi; west of the alberta (grove r country) border lol.i really enjoy the site an find a ton of useful info.on here an thanks to you all for having me an good morin to you all .later ger

Cowboy Joe    Posted 07-28-2002 at 18:55:08       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hope you're feeling better. Boy, are you sure in a pretty part of the world. All that clean air, blue skies, etc. When I look out of my apartment window in Manhattan, all I see are pigeon droppings. Time for me to git up and go.

ger    Posted 07-28-2002 at 19:08:26       [Reply]  [No Email]
thanks joe yup im doing better now ,taking a lot of drugs but there supposed to help so far so good another 6 weeks to go , ya it,s beautiful here ,the mountains an all i guess we take it for granted an don,t appreciate it as much as we should , i had been wanting to move ,but when i came home from the hospital last week i was laying out on the back lawn under the trees with my dogs looking at my surroundings an thought man am i lucky it can,t get any better, an i thanked god for letting me come back home an having this place to come to. gotta appreciate what we have . thanks again later ger

Willy-N    Posted 07-28-2002 at 08:58:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
I live in Eastern Washington 50-60 miles south of Canada, 250 miles+ from the Pacific Coast out side of a little town with one Blinking Red Light called Okanogan on the Colville Indian Resivation. Mark Hendershot

Rachel    Posted 07-28-2002 at 18:58:35       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi, we have 6 acres in SE Missouri in the Ozarks. Our town has 2!! stop signs. POP.1311 We grow a small (canning) garden. Not enuf level area to do much more. Got 3 goats. And ducks and chickens. All are mutts but our dog is a reg. (if i'd pay for it and won't) Great dane who loves ducks, goats, etc. Ever hear of Paul Bunyan's sidewinder goat? Had 2 legs on one side shorter than other two. Thats so's it could walk up ridges like mine. We're 80 miles out of St. Louis off HWY 44 and 5 hrs from Joplin.

D.J.-EAST TEXAS    Posted 07-28-2002 at 10:02:18       [Reply]  [No Email]
good day all,we live in a small east texas town
about 100 folks or less.jackson,tx.just outside of canton,tx(world famous 1st monday trade days)
A small farm community.
P.S. hey mark we aint even got a flashing light,not even a stop

Cowboy Joe    Posted 07-28-2002 at 19:00:21       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hey DJ - Back in 1988 I was a radio DJ who co-DJ'd the Western Swing Festival in Canton. The music was hot, but the temperature and humidity (and the flies) were pure H_ll! I always wanted to make a visit to the lst Monday trade day sale. Never did though.

Willy-N    Posted 07-28-2002 at 11:08:48       [Reply]  [No Email]
Now that is a small town!! Mark H.

Salmoneye    Posted 07-28-2002 at 08:40:36       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Charlotte, Vermont

5th generation in this town on one side and 4th on the other...

Kraig WY    Posted 07-28-2002 at 08:28:36       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Newcastle, Wyoming. NE part of the state in the Wyoming part of the Black Hills. Back pasture butts up against South Dokata.

PS HEY LES: how far are you from Hampton Beach. I was stationed at Ft. Devens in '69 and use to go to Hampton Beach in the winter and the tourest would pay us to jump off the pier into the ocean. Use to run my chevy at the drag strip too.

Les    Posted 07-28-2002 at 09:41:16       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hampton Beach is prolly about 110 miles from me (SE)--just about as far from me as one can get and still be in NH. I have never been there and I'm not sure you could pay me enough to go there, especially this time of year. WAY too many people.
Been to Fort Devens many times when I was a full timer (AGR) in the NHARNG. Never cared much for that place either. It's closed now as you prolly know.

Pitch    Posted 07-28-2002 at 09:51:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hey! Only post onct in a while but check in couple times a day. In the Finger Lakes of upstate NY. Pretty depressed county. Most folks can't make a living on a small farm round here any more so there are pobly six or seven big guys and the Amish and Mennonites are buying up the small places. On the banks of the Lakes vinyards are getting going pretty good. I can't tell good wine from bad but the tourists seem to like vistin the wineries.

Bob /Ont.    Posted 07-28-2002 at 10:46:51       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi Pitch, have a cousin that lives around there, Breesport I think.
Later Bob

Les...Hey Pitch    Posted 07-28-2002 at 10:11:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
Got an aunt that lives in Geneseo. I remember passing through Skaneatles (did I spell it right?). What a beautiful place.

Pitch    Posted 07-28-2002 at 18:15:52       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yeah good old Skaneatlas, Bill and Hill used to like to vacation there Guy has a diner there actually had the Hillary chicken dinner on his menu "Two small breasts and two fat thighs and a heapin helpin of chicken sh*t on the side." city fathers weren't real crazy about that but it is a free country.

Grove r    Posted 07-28-2002 at 20:05:18       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi, everyone, Ron.E. and Doris here, so now you know why my e-mail addy is like it is.....we live in west central Alberta, Canada, about 55 miles west of Red Deer, which is midway between Edmonton and Calgary, near the foot hills of the Canadian Rockys, guess thats why they call the local town "Rocky Mountaian House" pop. over six thousand. Just love Les's blue grass CD, long live the [DELETE]! Have a gooder, everybody, R.E.L.

ger    Posted 07-28-2002 at 20:10:57       [Reply]  [No Email]
is that in grove r county? lol hi ,hows ya all doin

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