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Good morning to you, good morning to you and it is a good morning.
August 24 was a special day for me. One thing it was my 91 year.
Horses have been in my life ever since I was a very young child.
Here we go again with another week coming up. Seems the older I get the faster the weeks seem to come along.
We sure seem to get our share of electrical storms. Then rain in some places and very dry in other
I have just come home from a very pleasant opening service at St. Luke’s on the lake church.
I have at hand the last Lakes District News and on the front page there was something that no doubt will rattle a few cages.
Another week has come around, the older I get the faster they come, or it seems that way.
Lots of campers and trailers and lots of boats and they are top of the line, lots of money there.
I have just been watching the weather news and I feel so fortunate to live where we do.
This morning I decided to bite the bullet and do something with last year’s Christmas cards.
What a shock it was last week for us all with the drowning in Francois Lake.
Here we are in June already and the longest day of the year is on its way, June 21.
Sorry to miss out my news last week but the holiday weekend kind of mixed me up a bit.
I have at hand a record of some of the old history written by Barney Mulvaney, the founder and once owner of Burns Lake.
Here we go starting out another week and it’s such lovely day, makes a person feel glad to be alive.
It sure looks like it’s going to be late spring. Next week will be May and as the old saying goes ‘April showers bring May flowers.’
Another week has just about gone by so it’s time for my viewpoint news to get out once more.
We all seem to be looking forward for spring to come. Still lots of snow but it is going.
There is an old saying that says it never rains but it pours and this is the way it has hit the Van Tine family and big time.