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Chapter 26

Joey McKay was a frustrated young man, and he didn’t handle it well.

He hadn’t found the dam of FlyForHome, the three-year-old colt who had just won the Derby and the Preakness, and who might, in a week, win the Belmont Stakes and the Triple Crown. 842 more words

Furry Friends

Walking the trails at Odiorne State Park there are plenty of birds and ducks and gulls….also lots of furry friends.  This Woodchuck had absolutely no fear of me, in fact he was walking along with me for a little bit, guess he figured he’d get some food. 10 more words

Places Visited

Rebecca Onion: Boyhood - An astounding, one-of-a-kind collection of stories and drawings reveals what life was like for young men growing up in rural 19th-century America

Slate — Writing in 1897, Ida Farr Nelson remembered the last decade of family life in rural Goshen, New Hampshire, with happiness. Her sons Elmer, Arthur, and Walter, who were close in age and great friends, had been a joy to her, and her younger son Ernest was “the darling pet and plaything of us all.” The Nelson family lived on a farm, though they didn’t farm full time—father Hial worked off and on for wages elsewhere. 117 more words