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Anticipation

Yesterday, we had a fair breeze blow in from Texas and the 8:00AM temperature was 52 degrees. I cranked up the Interprize for the first time in a while when we went on an RTE in Camden for Southern Fried Catfish. She fired right up and we went through town feeling dwarfed by the many SUV's on the road; mommas taken the kids to school. I motored the length of main and went into the post office. The janitor there is my friend. He is the first human I meet every weekday. He always has a smile

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Can I Sit On It?

Can I sit on it? Last week the job required that I visit some of the local courthouses and inspect some state owned equipment. The most interesting courthouse was the one for Desha County, Arkansas, which is Arkansas City. Arkansas City is located on a spit of land (Choctaw Island) surrounded by the Mississippi River. There is a truckload of history in this little town. Arkansas City was a major river port for the Mississippi after the Civil War. Nearby, in the middle of the Mississippi,

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Non Mc Related

Preface: It is cold this morning March 8th, 2008 with six to eight inches of snow all over LoweST Arkansas. Those of you who have purchased a Sport Touring Calendar, http://www.lulu.com/content/1899761, may have wondered why March 2009 has a picture of a piece of Cherry Pie from the Daily Pie Cafe atop the Continental Divide in Pie Town, New Mexico. This, as Paul Harvey says, is the rest of the story... Cherry Pie A story of the First Gulf War Early on Sunday morning, January 20, 1991 I a

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