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Friday, April 26, 2013

The Road Tinkhamtown

It's been many many years since I've read this story by the late Corey Ford. I've found a link and I'd thought I'd share this treasure with you.

Please, enjoy.

I've always found it to be a peaceful read, and I sincerely hope you find it the same.

Stephen

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    1. You are more than welcome my dear friend.

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  2. Thank you for the link Stephen :-)

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  3. That is a GREAT one, and I've always enjoyed reading and re-reading it! Thanks!!!

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    1. Its indeed a classic. Thank you, my good friend.

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  4. You consistently produce a quality blog. Outstanding my friend. Thought I better comment so you know I do visit. Hi! Stephen. the rat

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    1. Thanks, Rat, and trust me, I visit you quality blog too. I am and always shall be a friend...

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  5. My cheeks are stained with tears, what a touching story. Thanks for the link.

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    1. Have you ever a read a story, even a short piece, and said, "I wish I'd written this...."

      Thanks, lovely lady, I'm glad you enjoyed the story. Mr. Ford had a way with the written word.

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  6. Thank you for sharing. What a beautiful story on a dreary morning.

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    1. Thank you, my lovely friend, my pleasure....

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  7. Thanks! That's a road my father walked down & one I hope to in the future.

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  8. Wonderful story. It reminds me of many things from my growing up in rural NY. I get the sense of a gentler time when Paul Harvey told us the rest of the story and Lowell Thomas took us around the world. I miss it greatly.

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    1. So do I, Dick. Thank you very much....

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