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Life’s small pleasures count most

July 18, 2013
Ben Mukkala - Special to the Journal ( , The Mining Journal

I had been out to the beach and was returning. I've a plastic lawn chair set up on the north end of the dock/bridge across our bayou. I have it screwed down so it doesn't blow away. It's a pleasant spot to just sit and watch the world rotate. The brush and the sand bank just behind it serve as a windbreak from the cooler lake breezes.



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