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Dunlop Necklaces – 1990.

Meanwhile, back at the ranch. On our little farm, we put a dairy room next to the milking parlour and roofed the section between that and the old wooden kitchen, which was now a workshop that housed the Wolseley power-paraffin … Continue reading

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Kids on the Ark

Sheila’s new herd started off with four cows which we inseminated, so they went forth and multiplied. Domino begat Chess, and a whole lot of other games. Sherry begat Whisky, Champagne, Claret (begat Rouge), and a whole lot of other … Continue reading

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