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Date:10/24/2014 6:37:28 AM
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Another joyous week has passed. This week was filled with Thanksgiving festivities and since school was out wonderful times with my grandson Bradley. Friday, I worked on my old Cavalier. I worked all day on trying to remove a defective front strut. The two main bolts would not budge not from pounding with a 5 pound sledge, or from soaking in penetrating oil, or from heating with a torch, nor from pressure from a makeshift press by use of a 6 inch “C” clamp. The plan now is to keep heating, pounding, and penetrating a couple times a day for a few days to see if the bolts will come out. If not then I’ll have take it to a repair shop and pay big bucks to have it replaced. I really would rather not have to do that.

A sign of the economic times is folks moving in with relatives because of job loss or just not being able to afford to live on their own. I helped two people move last month because of these reasons. This Wednesday will be number three with a fourth scheduled as soon as she can find an affordable place. Basic food has become an item that folks are struggling to afford. The return to backyard victory gardens of WII now becomes backyard survival gardens. More and more folks are starting to grow small basic gardens. I encourage them to grow even if it’s only a tomato plant or two. It’s a start that can be expanded when the time comes.

I hope you had a great Thanksgiving week.
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