A very pleasant picture in my mind, indeed.<quoted text>
Actually, I grew up in a rural New England town with a population of around two thousand. This town had one traffic light which only flashed, where the two main roads crossed. There was a market, a gas station, a couple of churches, and a bank. We had no neighbors. We were so remote that the road we lived on was named after us - because we were the only ones on it. Beautiful New England countryside. Chopping wood, raking leaves, the smell of spring, the beautiful bright blue skies, the breathtaking black star-filled nights... I understand your claim Far Away, but that was 30 years ago. I do miss it and visit occasionally, but it would be hard for me to adjust moving back to that.
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#22 Sep 23, 2011
“We're all Bozos on this bus”
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#23 Sep 24, 2011
Just think if Mexicans were given shares and an opportunity to share their drug dividends? They'd be the richest people on earth.
#24 Oct 28, 2011
"Colorado Chick"- That's a great idea Chick, that's a 1010.
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