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Dollar Lake: "Dune," Extended family and teen wrangling

You really have to love camping to be willing to do it with two unwilling teenagers, aged 13 and 15. When my sister Suzan and her husband Joe decided they wanted travel from Ontario to go tent-camping with us, I was a little worried about how they would survive being confined on a campsite with all of us. 949 more words

Old Bakelite Cribbage Board, Advertising For Ask For Peoples Choice Beer

Old Bakelite Cribbage Board, Advertising For Ask For Peoples Choice Beer
This Is A Very Nice Advertising Bakelite Cribbage Board With Peoples Beer Advertising On Top; (4 Metal Pegs Included Along With An Older Deck Of Cards And Instructions); Measures 10 1/4 X 3 X 1 Inch; This Item’s Condition Is Consistent With Its Age Normal And Expected Wear Is Present As Shown. 127 more words


Basic Rules of Cribbage

As a student at Linn-Benton Community College, Cody Gotchall has enjoyed math- and science-based coursework. Cody Gotchall developed his enthusiasm for math as a youth when his father taught him… 226 more words

Cody Gotchall

Breweries down the Bitterroot

Living in Missoula we are spoiled by all great local beer! Sometimes, however, we like to venture out a bit – nothing like a nice weekend drive combined with a tasty brew and a rousing game of cribbage with my honey!





Local Beer

Artist Feature: Al Walker, Savanna Woods

When he retired from the photo business after over 40 years, Al Walker decided to dive into his wood-working hobby and started Savanna Woods with his son Brett. 284 more words

“I am not a math person.”

If I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard that comment…well, I’d have a pile of dollars, and we could get mathy with it. But if I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard so… 7 more words

Beacon Of Light

Cribbage Tips for New Players

Currently a student in college taking computer classes, Cody Gotchall is a graduate of Crescent Valley High School in Oregon, where he enjoyed studying mathematics, science, sculpture, and woodworking. 178 more words

Cody Gotchall