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Rain came in short bursts, but plentyfull. Nice to take pics from mud and puddles. Pictures taken at the blue gate industrial site in Hoboken Antwerp. For the…

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I made my annual trip home to West Virginia to watch Coach Banjoman (my cousin) coach Harper’s Ferry Tigers Middle School football team. I love the game but…

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