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Brother, can you spare some bread? Long Beach, Washington

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Part of the Ilwaco, Washington Marina

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Want to buy a “handy man special” boat?

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Fall in the tumwater Canyon

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Art in town

Our town has an active program of purchasing sculpture for display
around town. Pieces of sculpture are brought in and put on display for
a year to gauge reaction to them. After that the city purchases two or
three each year that become part of the permanent collection. Currently
there are close to forty pieces owned by the city. This ball, made of
welded square tubing, is one of the new pieces being judged this year.
To give perspective, the lady (my wife of 52 years) is about five feet
five inches tall.

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I thought it was 143,998. I must have miscounted.

Link to NWAnews.com

Aliens wear cowboy hats, or at least some of them do.

“I finished it too soon,” author Don Ray Walton said about his book that he says needs to be rewritten because beings from outer space gave him new information when they picked him up outside of Stephensville, Texas, earlier this year.

“I’ll have to rewrite the 12 th chapter,” he said of The Coming Human Aliens as hundreds of believers and curiosity seekers wandered by him Saturday during the 20 th annual Ozark UFO Conference in Eureka Springs.

Clad in a leather jacket, felt hat and brown cowboy boots, Walton looked like someone from Texas, which he calls home. Originally, he says he is from a little farther out.

“The Orion star system,” he said, adding that it’s pronounced “Our Ion,” as that is where the creator is.

Sitting on the lower floor of the convention center at the Inn of the Ozarks, Walton explained the aliens’ most recent message: Our solar system is heading toward a massive black hole.

In the next four years, humans will be offered salvation from representatives of 143, 999 alien races, Walton said. The ships will only take those that are willing and ready, Walton said. It is up to each person to decide whether to go with the aliens or to stay and be devoured by the black hole.

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I found this on the Amazon. com site:

Don Ray Walton was born in Idaho Falls, Idaho. He was home-schooled until he was 16 because weird things always happened when he was around other children. [I bet.] In 1954, his mother was abducted by aliens and impregnated. Don was born the following year. When he was a child, strange visitors would take him onto spacecraft to examine him and teach him to understand what was happening to him as he grew older. At the age of ten, he learned how to use electricity to jam the aliens’ tracking implants in his head.

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Looking for drift wood?

This picture was taken last September on the Washington coast just south of Forks. The blue sky is a treat in that area at that time of the year.

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Measure twice and cut once

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