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Worth A Thousand Words #16 – Lucy Dunn

Image: https://pixabay.com/en/users/judithscharnowski-1826923/ When Lucy Dunn disappeared on the eve of the town’s balloon festival no one gave it much thought. Lucy was considered a girl of low morals, and it came as no surprise to learn she had disappeared. Many … Continue reading

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Worth A Thousand Words #15 – When Cousins Visit.

My cousins loved coming to the farm. They were city kids and the great expanse of back yard we had excited them from the very moment they stepped out of the car. The first thing they’d do was run down … Continue reading

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A Musical WATW – When Jono Came Home.

“Comin’ Home” Montana Tunesmith You could have cut the excitement in the air with a knife it was that strong. Jono was coming home, and everyone was on edge, bubbling with excitement and rushing around doing all that could to … Continue reading

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Worth A Thousand Words # 4 – City Lights

Photo Credit: carloyuen @ pixabay.com The holiday began with a visit to Lookout Hill, which gave him a panoramic view of the city. At night the lights gave a mystical feel to the city, and he marvelled at the sight … Continue reading

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Worth A Thousand Words # 3 – Marcia Gotoo

Once a month Bob down at Bob’s Laundry and Clean employed Marcia Gotoo to clean out the machines. Marcia loved her job, it wasn’t a job that required a lot of brains to do but Marcia loved the notion of … Continue reading

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Worth A Thousand Words #2 – The Rainbow Field

Photo Credit: DeltaWorks @ Pixabay.com The rainbow field looked magnificent, as it should in the days before harvest. It was important that each section of colour be at the premium stage as each bloom complemented the other. On their own, … Continue reading

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Worth A Thousand Words #1 – The Morpeth Train

Photo Credit: ejaugsburg @ pixabay.com I grew up with a train line behind my house. There was a line with no trains as the trains had stopped running slightly before I could remember them. But everything was there until men … Continue reading

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