Boondock Ramblings

A little bit about a lot of things by Lisa R. Howeler

We are holding on to the last drops of summer here, especially since most of August we were drenched from the continuous rain. We usually visit a local campground near us two or three times a summer but this year we’d only visited once before severe humidity, flash-flooding producing rain and a summer cold hit …

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The day the library died in the tiny town of New Albany, Pennsylvania, rain fell from the clouds like a waterfall and didn’t stop. The already saturated ground gave way with nothing left to hold it in place. A week before the bottom floor of the library had taken on water in another flash flood, …

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