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The Indian Fight at Van Horn's Well : An Encounter for Six Gun Sound

Part 1 – The Inspiration and History

I live in one of the northern suburbs of Dallas. There are a lot of benefits to living here, both economic and social. 479 more words


Dysfunctional public transport

No 64 bus leaving Alton Station is timed to depart at exactly the same time as the London train arrives.

What brain dead imbecile designs a bus timetable that the bus departs as the connecting train arrives, that guarantees you miss the bus, leaving passengers half an hour to wait for the next bus? 146 more words



By Judy Berman

It is a squeeze play for more money. All the perpetrator lacks is a mask and a gun.

In the old days, such thefts took place by outlaws when robbing riders on stagecoaches or trains. 580 more words

Free to use cash machines - an update

As residents are aware, I have campaigned over a long period for more free to use cash machines and to have fewer – and hopefully in the future – no ATMs that charge local people for the pleasure of obtaining their own money. 125 more words


Old Food







I found another old place to eat.  This one is in Kitchener.  It wasn’t, when it started, but it is now, because the city has eaten it up, and people from the city are going out there to eat up.  930 more words

That's Life

Vintage bus wars in Torbay

A few weeks ago I heard a rumour that a Leyland PD2, similar to the one operated by the English Riviera Sightseeing Tours, was being prepared by Stagecoach to run in Torbay. 307 more words


A Day "In Town" - Jackson, WY

Bondurant, Wy is a small community (population 100), about 50 miles south of Jackson.   It has 1 church,  1 bar,  1 guest ranch, a k – 4 school with 7 students,  and the ranch of my best friend’s parents. 628 more words