SHHS Class of '83 will be gathering in Miles City during the Labor Day weekend for our 40 year reunion. We invite friends, family, former teachers of '83 classmates to stop and visit Saturday, Sept 2n + 193 more characters
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Shu Perhaps Dr Hilleman could develop a vaccine. Unfortunately, he would have to go through the same processes today's scientists are going through so it's unlikely it would be any faster. There are s + 321 more characters
Dave - Interesting and sorry you have to go to Mayo. Whenever I have a cold or allergies I do elbow bumps. I just tell the person when they hold out their hand that I have some congestion and don't wa + 279 more characters
Wash your hands, sneeze/cough into your sleeve, don't shake hands, wipe off grocery carts, before you use them, wear gloves/mittens to open doors, press elevator buttons, etc. It's the same precaution + 162 more characters
I recently got a sous vide as well. Have done a pork loin with it. I did it from frozen, about 3 hours and then browned it in a skillet. I thought it was more tender and juicy than the usual grill met + 135 more characters
Therese, I'm so sorry for your loss. Glad he is no longer suffering. He was a cool dad to your friends. Big hug! Barb
Tribute to my grandmother, Helen Bonine, who turns 100 years old today (20 Aug). She and Grandpa Buren ranched in Volberg and owned the Western Pharmacy drugstore for several years in Miles City. She + 371 more characters
Not retiring for another 3-4 years. Not sure that's the kind of hobby I'd be looking for. Too much work.
My first paying job at $3.05 an hour as a dishwasher. I graduated to waiting tables on both sides and helped with catering events during high school and holidays/summer breaks from college. It was a c + 410 more characters
Thanks for posting Larry. Dan and Buren have both passed on, but Helen is 98 years old, in an assisted living facility down in Powell. All the children mentioned for both Dan and Buren are still livin + 213 more characters
Yesterday I was a guest speaker at a lunch event in Houston, TX. An older gentleman was talking with me before the event started and learned that I grew up in MT. He said he recently bought his car in + 499 more characters
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So this is what afflicts Richard "Lexophilia” is a word used to describe those that have a love for words, such as "you can tune a piano, but you can't tuna fish", or "to write with a broken pencil is + 1385 more characters
and I was the new baby; not that I remember it but that may explain why anything below 70 is cold to me.
Amorette - the newspaper clipping in my baby book says daughter.
$2.97 - 3.15 depending on which where you stop here in San Antonio. Unfortunately I have to by the high octane, so am still paying $3.42 or so.
Monsoon. Robert Kaplan Thought provoking if you're interested in activities and future of the Indian Ocean, China, India and that part of the world.
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