Wednesday, February 08, 2012

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Tuesday, February 07, 2012

You seem to have a lot of knowledge when it comes to searching old ghost towns for antiques. Do you have any tips? And, is there an online website or book that tells people which towns are the best to search?

I don't think I have that much knowledge about it, but I have hours and hours of experience -- I've chewed on a lot of ghost town dust in my time.
I don't really have any tips aside from just go and peek around.

You can look at sites like http://www.ghosttowns.com/ for inspiration. And if the music when you're on the town specific pages doesn't inspire you to get out there and kick your heels in the dirt, nothing will. Give this one a try: http://www.ghosttowns.com/states/ut/frisco.html Ooooh, doggie, that there's one nice n purty ghost town.

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Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Any guesstimates on when Spring will arrive this year? Do you have a groundhog on your farm?

It's been a crazy non-winter here, so it seems like spring is here already. There's rumor of an inch of snow tomorrow, so maybe that will help with the winter feel. Don't get me wrong, I'm not complaining at all! Best winter ever!! I suspect spring will be in full swing in March. Tulips and daffodils will once again show their beauty and hope of summer temperatures will abound.

We had a ground hog type creature a few years ago. I think it was just passing through on its way to a less suburban landscape.

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