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12/24/19 11:00 AM #3993    

 

Charlotte Warr (Andersen)




12/24/19 05:26 PM #3994    

 

Charlotte Warr (Andersen)




12/25/19 01:05 PM #3995    

 

Jerald DeGraw

Splendid...Every Post ! :-)


12/25/19 01:31 PM #3996    

 

Charlotte Warr (Andersen)




12/27/19 07:50 PM #3997    

Paul Michelsen

Fire and Rain - James Taylor



 


12/31/19 09:20 AM #3998    

 

Charlotte Warr (Andersen)






12/31/19 08:53 PM #3999    

Paul Michelsen

HAPPY NEW YEAR



 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


01/01/20 08:32 AM #4000    

 

Geertje(Nikki) De Zeeuw (Anton)

Happy New Year Everyone!  Wanted to take a moment to once again thank Jeff Chivers for his help with a former co-worker to bring them into the Medicare system. His knowledge makes it seem easy.  Thanks Jeff for all your help


01/01/20 10:34 AM #4001    

 

Charlotte Warr (Andersen)






01/01/20 04:39 PM #4002    

 

Charlotte Warr (Andersen)


01/01/20 04:53 PM #4003    

 

Charlotte Warr (Andersen)


01/05/20 03:08 PM #4004    

 

Charlotte Warr (Andersen)


01/12/20 12:15 PM #4005    

 

Charlotte Warr (Andersen)


01/13/20 05:53 PM #4006    

 

Charlotte Warr (Andersen)


01/13/20 07:59 PM #4007    

 

Jerald DeGraw

Ha, Char ! Yeah, still draggin' State Street and running over VW Bugs and ANYTHING that gets in My Way:-) 


01/15/20 02:11 PM #4008    

 

Charlotte Warr (Andersen)


01/16/20 11:25 AM #4009    

 

Jeff Chivers

I remember when my mom would fry bacon she'd pour the drippings into a soup can to use later to make "milk gravy" - mixing the bacon grease with flour & milk - a white sauce that was delicious on mashed potatoes or mixed with peas, carrots or beets . . . .  mmmmmmmmm!!!   

No cholesterol worries in those days!


01/16/20 03:11 PM #4010    

 

Dale Charlie Salazar

Same recipe my Mom used Jeff.


01/20/20 12:48 AM #4011    

Paul Michelsen

The Good Old Days




01/22/20 10:50 AM #4012    

 

Richard H Blair

I remember and they wern't bad burgers

 


01/22/20 11:29 PM #4013    

 

Jeff Chivers

When Lori and I were first married (poor college students) we'd go to Dee's on 19 cent hamburger days and take our own slices of cheese to put on the plain burgers - after all, cheeseburgers were a whopping 39 cents!  

We weren't cheap, we were creatively thrifty!! 

(Let's see . . . four burgers at a savings 20 cents each, that's 80 cents; less the cost of four pieces of cheese @ 10 cents per slice = 40 cents -  that's 40 cents net  savings!! That's a quarter, a dime and a nickle for those of you who may not remember how to count change!!)  


01/23/20 02:13 AM #4014    

 

Richard B Smith

Jeff,

The 80 cents you saved on cheese was enough to drag state for the night.


01/23/20 09:41 AM #4015    

 

Darlene Webster (Joneson)

Wow...a blast from the past!  Awesome!!  Thanks for sharing.


01/23/20 10:40 AM #4016    

 

Dale Charlie Salazar

I remember the Dee Burger Clown.  Every now and then he would appear at one of the stops.


01/24/20 10:46 AM #4017    

 

Charlotte Warr (Andersen)


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