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We drove to Fort Knox, KY, primarily to visit the General Patton museum. We had also been very curious about what a self-sufficient military town looks like. And Jacob and James wanted to see the tanks. On the way there, … Continue reading →
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Tombe la neige… For us, this winter wonderland is the perfect backdrop for Christmas. Perhaps we can all petition to the Pope to change Christmas timing from December to January.
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Who loves the rain And loves his home, And looks on life with quiet eyes, Him will I follow through the storm; And at his hearth-fire keep me warm; Nor hell nor heaven shall that soul surprise, Who loves his … Continue reading →
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Christmas Eve We drove to Christ Church Cathedral in Lexington so the boys can see angels, shepherds, the three kings and the animals in a nativity play. This year the women’s choir did a commendable job. Jacob and James actually … Continue reading →
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When David finally finished his work the afternoon before Christmas Eve, all the Christmas trees in Campbellsville were sold out. We didn’t feel like getting a fake tree. So, David thought of creating a light tree by clipping our Christmas … Continue reading →
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-HERE- OVER THE LOG CABIN WHERE ABRAHAM LINCOLN WAS BORN DESTINED TO PRESERVE THE UNION AND TO FREE THE SLAVE A GRATEFUL PEOPLE HAVE DEDICATED THIS MEMORIAL TO UNITY, PEACE, AND BROTHERHOOD AMONG THESE STATES WITH MALICE TOWARDS NONE, WITH … Continue reading →