Monthly Archives: June 2014

June 2014: Rain and duck blood

So how do you spend time indoors when it’s too rainy to go out? A) “It’s never too rainy to go out! Let’s find some puddles!” B) “Now I can finish my stack of books and all those leftover hot … Continue reading

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May 2014: Mud harvesters eat dirt cheap

If you’re gonna play in Texas, ya gotta have a fiddle in the band. If you’re gonna play in our neck of the woods, you better like woodland creatures and mud. ‘Cause we’ve got lots of both. Take our neighbors, … Continue reading

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