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Feedback: Knifley come back

In which new meaning of fog is found

To the editor, CM:

Dang if Miz Emily wasn't right! The sun come up and Knifley come back.

I asked what she reckoned them to go and come like that and she said it was FOG.

I asked her if that mean't warm air and cold air came together to form a haze. She says it means I'm a Foolish Old Geezer.

It's hard times livin with a women who's always right.

The COF
from high above the clear skies over downtown Knifley, KY
Amazing that your letter flew all the way from Knifley to here so soon. Time was, fog would have stopped the mail carrier at Plum Point bridge or the Casey Creek crossing. Click here for letter CoF letter written while he, or Knifley, was in a fog.



This story was posted on 2007-02-22 09:25:09
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