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Goats of Adair County: Belle, Silverbells, and Susanna


2015-03-29 - Clifty Creek Farm, Russell Springs , KY in Adair County - Photo by Donna Rieder.
Belle, with her daughters, Susanna, and Silverbells, three gorgeous Cilfty Creek Kikos girls. Silver Bells will be leaving Adair County shortly, headed pastures in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky.

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Happy Tail: Richard Damboise, hard working man


2015-03-29 - Connecticut - Photo by Amanda Damboise, granddaughter of Richard Damboise.
When I worked at Norwich Hospital in CT there was a man who worked in the housekeeping department. Richie Damboise was one of the hardest working people you would ever meet. He was always on the go. When Norwich Hospital closed Richie retired. But just because he retired from Norwich Hospital it doesn't mean he "retired." - PEG SCHAEFFER

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Birds of Kentucky: American Coot


2015-03-29 - Long Run Park, Jefferson Co., KY - Photo by Pen.
It may look like a duck, walk like a sand crane, and not quack like a duck, so it isn't a duck at all, we discovered at All About Birds/American Coot, American Coots are Bird of Kentucky as visitors in winter - non-breeding season, according to the entry. - CM

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Travel: Big Al Owens, Little Elvis, and Sonia Tweedy


2015-03-29 - Memphis, TN - Photo by Big Al Owens, Big Rig Trucker. Big Al writes, "Tweedy Girl and I toured Graceland last week. There were no actual sightings of the King, other than this picture of us at the graveside with mini Elvis."
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Travel: Graceland at Sunrise


2015-03-29 - Memphis, TN - Photo by Big Al Owens, Big Rig Trucker.
Big Al writes, "Tweedy Girl and I toured Graceland last week. There were no actual sightings of the King, other than the picture of us at the graveside with mini Elvis."

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