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Jul 16, 2006 20:26 |  #1

An older couple moved back to this area and built this huge brick home on a cow pasture right across the road from this cemetary. It always struck me as an ironic contrast that some day, they'll 'move' from the nice brick home to a more simplistic one just across the road.


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Jul 16, 2006 20:32 |  #2

and believe it or not, within a year, their kin folk moved in and built a bigger home right next to them.

Go figure.


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Jul 17, 2006 08:56 |  #3

Well atleast their next move won't be a long drive LOL



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Jul 17, 2006 13:04 |  #4

Unless they have a mansion just over the hill top in that great land where we'll never grow old......:lol:

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