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Mountain Cowgirl

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Mar 19, 2021
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By the river where the mighty sturgeon swim
Many thanks for the prayers and concerns. Any future treatment is still pending waiting more test starting next week and through December. Some days are better than others and I am downsizing which I needed to do anyway. I am taking it day by day and staying positive but realistic.

Again many thanks for making me feel special and part of this wonderful group. Don't be too concerned if I don't post for a while, as I try to busy myself with organizing tools and hardware I will never use and finding new homes for it. So far I have appreciative takers for most of it.

So much of it was stored shoved back on shelves and I hadn't seen it in 30 years. Finding a one gallon coffee can full of 80 penny nails brought back memories from my mountain days. A young man took them and was excited about building a rail corral for his wife's horse. I dug out the old brace and a set of bits and threw them in. He didn't know that with that large of nail, you best drill a pilot hole a bit smaller than the nail diameter in both the rail and the post, otherwise it will become a split rail corral hahaha!

It really helps me to see youth that show interest in my 50 years collection and will put old tools to good use. I also dug out my father old spider lug wrench, over 70 years old. I will mount it on my garage wall.
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