Tag Archives: Rain

In to every life…

…some moisture will occur and usually when the weather is still warm in late November and the few days of boating are available. Alas and alack, one has to abide by the gods of chance and live with their whims. … Continue reading

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Old South Carolina

One more place that still functions now by truck. All the peaches from the local orchards come to this co-op for packing and sales. this is just one of the places that gets the fruit together. But the railhead no … Continue reading

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Old South Carolina

This isn’t so old. I bought furniture at this store when we moved here from Vermont. I’m a firm believer in buying local. Yes, it might cost a bit more but the money stays in the community and your town … Continue reading

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Rainy day shelter

All day the rain came and went as a drizzle to a cold rain. The week hasn’t seen the sun and won’t until the first of October. Can’t complain since we’re over 6″ short of normal rainfall. That doesn’t mean … Continue reading

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Rainy day shopping

Never and I mean never let a chance to shop pass you by. Rain isn’t a deterrent. If the item is too much for you to move dragoon the services of some one from the store. If you have to … Continue reading

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Old South Carolina

It happened one day. For some it came as a surprise; for others it didn’t, since rumors were rife, but the effect on the small towns was enormous.The quiet in and around town about 07:17 made people look around for … Continue reading

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Mop up for a Mini

The Vergennes Opera House has a “Women’s Fall Foliage Ralley’ that draws vehicles of all types. Usually held on the first Saturday in October, they’ll get some 40 participants. The starting point is City Park Vergennes, then they follow the … Continue reading

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When the shift is over

Wen I worked for the papers, I chose to work the night shift, we started at 15:30 and was to end at 24:00 but it rarely did. We came in around 21:30 to process film, write cutlines and do the … Continue reading

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A little rain falls

A group plans an outdoor fund raising fair, tents go up, balloons inflated and tables are placed. The weather does not cooperate and soggy footing, wet tables and few attendees dash hopes for a happy day. Weather in Vermont is … Continue reading

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Seeing

Back in the stone age of newspaper work, everything was black and white except for the Sunday Rotogravure section of some large dailies. This isn’t actually a bad thing for in black and white, exposure is critical or one lost … Continue reading

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