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Pony express tales, tall and true


I just finished reading the book, The Pony Express Trail: Yesterday and Today, by author and historian William E. Hill last week. The book is an informative read that provides a snapshot history of this famous cross-country courier service and a … Continue reading

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Your community is a one-horse town when…


Mister Ed speaks on behalf of everyone. The primary street is called “Mane Street,” not “Main Street.” Silver is everyone’s favorite mineral and color. (think about it people – “with a hearty hi-ho Silver and away!”) All motor vehicles are … Continue reading

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