Jun 14 2007

An inspiration for the future

Posted by J. Craig Canada in Genealogy, hoge, Homeless, lulu carpenter's, Santa Cruz

I’ve been buried in my genealogy since the last posting here. And before, I guess. I decided to work on a page with lists from The Revolution, The Civil War, and The Word Wars. It’s shaping up quite nicely, and while working on it I found a picture, on the Library of Congress Web Site, Continue reading →

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Mar 22 2007

Take II

I didn’t get in the courthouse yesterday and I threw a fit. I’m not particularly proud of it, and if my 10th great grand-mother did that I can see why they drowned her. I think it was the attitude of the sheriffs that set me off more than anything else. But they told me I Continue reading →

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Mar 17 2007

Putting on aires

Posted by J. Craig Canada in camping, Genealogy, hoge

Shortly after I woke up this morning I was barked at. And whoever’s dog it was, they didn’t call it but allowed it to bark at me for about 15 minutes. And then, just before I left maintenance showed up and told me they didn’t want to see me there anymore. I responded that that Continue reading →

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Mar 14 2007

The day after the 13th

Posted by J. Craig Canada in Genealogy, greenway, hoge, missions, Police, robert norse, tickets

I just noticed yesterday was the thirteenth. Nothing happened. Hopefully it won’t. I kept to my usual schedule, which is to use the internet as long as I can, and then find a place to sleep. I called Robert, and Cagey. I hung up on Robert, and he bought me breakfast this morning. Valerie called Continue reading →

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