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We were Blessed ! Dad had a "Victory Garden" all through World War 11 and beyond. We also had grapes, raspberries, blackberries, rhubarb ,pears,apples, plums,and cherries ! Apples and pears were picked and wrapped in newspaper,kept in the basement ,lasting till Spring at least. Mom canned vegetables,and made applesau...more
In our home ,we ate one serving of what was prepared . We could always have a second serving,as long as the first was eaten ! I raised my four children the same way , and there was no obesity in either family. And virtually no food waste to speak of ! I am grateful for my parents having experienced " The Great Depre...more
I have retired three times.. At 59 I closed the Bobcat Excavation business, and began spending
more time with the Amsoil business Then at 64.retired and began collecting Social Security and that
got old in a hurry, so again with Amsoil. until Nov. 2002 when my Son in Vancouver said ,Dad time to retire and come back...more
I have been most fortunate ,now closing in on 80 ,I am still in a business that is difficult to sell.
How ever what really keeps me going is sharing with the people I have had the honor of serving ,many for 34 + years ,and then the newer people that tend to have more open minds on making improvement
a goal, rather t...more
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