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Today is a cold one for this time of year. Usually we are around thirty-four degrees but today our forecast is for the mid-twenties and a north wind, which means I’ll be pulling out the Army-green parka and clunky boots. … Continue reading

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I must admit, with some embarrassment, that I am an avid PC Gamer. Hidden Object Games are my favorite. One game I played was named The Wild Hunt.  It had the paranormal aspect I am drawn to. After all, I … Continue reading

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Some days I am painfully aware of being a little kid in an adult body. Take today, for example. I was going about my grown-up life. I had my list and was heading to town to grab my weekly mocha … Continue reading

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Well, as I said last time, I came within a hair’s breadth of saying some very choice things to Arnie Thralling. I mean, really, could he have acted any less concerned about the fact that he had given use of … Continue reading

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  This blog post was written by Kat – a main character in the Alaska Iconoclast series. I thought you’d be interested in how our legally blind resident, Norbert Crosskill, ended up driving a car on Main Street. (My blog entry … Continue reading

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