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... born at 1330 West Van Buren in Chicago, Illinois. His family then moved to government-subsidized row houses on Mohawk Street, called the Mother Frances Cabrini Housing Project. After his father started earning enough money, they were prompted to leave and moved to 1617 South Central Park. His family later moved to the southwest suburbs. He was a 1957 graduate of Argo Community High School at 63rd and Harlem. ...
... a listen if you haven't heard it. If your coming to the alpine town of Big Bear Lake to see big bears I've got some bad news for you. A pamphlet that sat in our condo claimed that all of the grizzlies in the area had been killed off in late 1908. There were some black bears that had been re-introduced in the late 1930's but these were as rare as hens teeth. A crystal clear blue lake surrounded by barren ski slopes was the atmosphere for ...
... died down, they let us know they thought they would stay the night in Great Bend, Kansas.They all wanted updates on the U.S. Open......sleep in late tomorrow Gentlemen...you deserve it...Happy Father's Day...know that your families are with you in spirit and love you very much. Stay Safe!!
June 18, 2013, Ken and Jim arrived in Ken's childhood home town of Worthington, MN today. they have been having fun ...
... br> Strong winds are predicted for the next two days as is the possibility of some rain. The wind has been blowing fairly to really hard the last six hours. The furry ones do not like the wind. They are more than happy to take care of business and head back into the great indoors. The great indoors has been rocked several times by the hard gusts which contributes to the angst of the furry ones.
In reality this wind event has just ...
... being alone and just listening to things other then people talking or music blaring that calms me down. I actually have done the full hike before, all the way from the base at 430 feet of elevation up to 10,800 feet and it took us about 15 hours to do. Started at 3 in the morning in the pitch black and getting to the summit by late afternoon didn't make it the most enjoyable hike but something I definitely consider a neat experience to say I have done. This time however ...