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Miss Victoria's letter proven - Black Stallion Steakhouse coming

Photo of yesterday's signing just posted - Black Stallion Steakhouse coming to Columbia confirms that her incomparable journalism skills and powers of observations were right on the money! It's official.
But that's not all. This comprehensive report includes update on the Sextons' Kwik Lube, new medical center, breathtaking lights which have awed the cows, the promise of even more foods estabishments, and the contented delight of the girls, taking in the progress as though it were just a show for them, as only Miss Vicky could write it.

By Victoria Pike
Owner & Spread Boss, Miss Victorias Pampered Angus Ranch

I have been told there is to be a Black Stallion Steakhouse in the Pinewood Development.

I am sure more details on this will be made available soon. Not exactly sure what the girls take on that is going to be. While transporting calves from the Hunter Place farm yesterday to the Pampered Angus Ranch, I was asked if they were possibly heading to the Black Stallion Steakhouse.

Our little neighborhood is a-buzz with activity and looking quit nice. Miss Shannon's Kwiklube got its logo on the building yesterday and the last bricks are going on that.

The new medical facility has its lights on.

There is a lot of landscape work going on to beautify the corner and the lighting is breathtaking at night.

So now we are going to have big choices to make when dining out, chicken, steak, or hamburger and all in the same block of Greater Bliss New Columbia.

The girls are well entertained with all the activities going on daily for their viewing pleasure.

What else could a bovine wish for.

And soon they will be the entertainment for Miss Shannon's customers as they wait to get their oil changed.

The front window facing this way was probably specially designed to keep their customers amused with the farm life of the Pampered girls. - Victoria Pike

This story was posted on 2017-10-17 09:53:29
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