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Feed trough sledding accident does not stop matriarch

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By Patty Jones

The Jones' Family was entertained at our Christmas gathering this year by the matriarch of the clan, Kathy Jones, as she decided to sled down her front yard hill in a feed trough.

Unfortunately the trip ended in a crash at the bottom of the hill (which was slightly orchestrated by her son-in-law, Mark).

However, that did not stop her. She marched back up the hill and headed down again.




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Matriarch of Jones clan sleds on after spill



2010-12-27 - Photo by Patty Jones. Columbia, KY
To the delight of her grandchildren, B.J., left, and Loren Stinson Cathy Jones, the matriarch of the Jones clan, was ready to take another feed trough sled ride after the first one ended in a crash.

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