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   Wrightwinger posted on Dogs, Cats & Critters  .
   October 19 at 21:53 EST .

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   Ole buzzard  I don't know what breed of dog that is, but he is the gnarliest looking creature I have seen in a while. WW, you have outdone yourself!
October 21 at 01:47 EST .

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   Gerty  Agree with Mr.Buzz! That is a photo which could easily be labeled: Spawn of Satan.

OTOH I'll bet he is just as cute and cuddly as can be-- once he stops "smiling".
October 21 at 08:27 EST .

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   Wrightwinger posted on Photography  I googled this one...
   October 17 at 05:00 EST .

   10 people like this.

   Ole buzzard  And a fine photo it is, WW! The locomotives are operating in reverse. There are at least two, as evidenced by the second smoke plume in the upper left hand corner. I love geared locomotives because they sound like they're doing 60 mph when they're only doing 10 mph.
October 18 at 02:12 EST .

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   Balogreene  Buzz, several years ago my cousin bought his sons a Hyundai Accent, so they could drive themselves to music lessons, band practice, etc. He bought it cause it sounded really souped up, roared and sounded tough, and barely did more than 60 mph top speed.
October 18 at 21:59 EST .

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   Ole buzzard  I just read in Trains magazine's News Wire today that the Durbin & Greenbrier Valley, which also operates the West Virginia Central is taking over operation of Cass Scenic in 2015. No jobs are being lost. In fact, they are going to coordinate the schedules of the two railroads so that tourists can catch a train in Cass, and travel to Spruce to catch the D&GV Cheat River Salamander to travel to Elkins. They could spend the night in Elkins and take a reverse trip back to Cass the next day. Now a trip to West Virginia is definitely on my bucket list!
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   Wrightwinger posted on Main Page The Lobby  Just became aware of this. It might help?
   October 14 at 17:27 EST .

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   Wrightwinger posted on Dogs, Cats & Critters  Well, it's not a kitty, but I thought you might like it anyway. A baby Giraffe...
   October 10 at 21:42 EST .

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   MeiDei  Precious, never saw one this small.
October 11 at 09:15 EST .

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   Ynaught  It's precious, but probably not a giraffe. I googled the size of a newborn and got this: A baby giraffe is about 6 1/2 feet tall at birth and weighs about 220 pounds. A baby giraffe is called a calf, and the gestation time for giraffes is about 15 months.
October 14 at 09:21 EST .

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   Wrightwinger posted on Faith  Anyone else have some skidmarks?
   October 7 at 18:28 EST .

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   Phooey  Excellent rhetorical question.
October 9 at 13:55 EST .

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   MeiDei  love it! Gotta share this one!
October 10 at 21:11 EST .

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   Wrightwinger posted on Jokes  I know this isn't true... And it was passed around about GWB a few years ago. And there is no such Native American organization... And I can even think of some more apropos names! Slithering Serpent, or Two Faced Ferret, or...And pardon the barnyard French!
   October 6 at 19:58 EST .

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   Wrightwinger posted on Recipes  Ok... The price of beef and hamburger, especially is just unreal. In an effort to knock this down a bit, we bought a ten pound chub of ground beef at Sam's and a couple of packages of ground turkey were on sale beside it. I just cut up three onions, put the meat, the onions and a gallon or so of water in a large pot we usually use for canning. I squished the meat together into a sort of slurry, and put it on the stove. The plan is to cook it all up, drain the excess water off with the suet, and freeze or can the meat in one pound portions. We have a vacuum packer to seal it up once it is frozen, and it is ready for taco salad, spaghetti, chili, or anything else we want to make. This probably took 20 percent off the price of the meat, made it more than 90% lean, and made mealtime a lot easier. Since we both are teachers, cooking elaborate suppers during the week just doesn't happen much.
   September 20 at 19:06 EST .

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   Wrightwinger posted on Blessings  And there will be no more tears... All the former things will be passed away...
   September 14 at 21:44 EST .

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   Wrightwinger posted on Dogs, Cats & Critters  .
   September 6 at 19:22 EST .

   16 people like this.

   Wrightwinger posted on Nostalgia  This is also a trip down memory lane... And explains some of the problems we have politically, culturally, and interpersonally.
   September 2 at 20:58 EST .

   8 people like this.

   MeiDei  What a nice presentation. Thanks for posting.
September 2 at 21:45 EST .

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