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  • The Laughing Buck
    Laughing Buck!
  • Don’t Forget Lovells
    Stop by Lovells in your travels
  • Home Country - The dancing dreams of kites and men
    Home Country - Marjorie Pincus looked out the front window at her husband, Marvin, and smiled. No matter how old he gets, she thought, he’ll always be the boy I remember, riding his bicycle through this town so many years ago.

    The dancing dreams of kites and men

    Marjorie Pincus looked out the front window at her husband, Marvin, and smiled. No matter how old he gets, she thought, he’ll always be the boy I remember, riding his bicycle through this town so many years ago.

    The dancing dreams of kites and men

    Marjorie Pincus looked out the front window at her husband, Marvin, and smiled. No matter how old he gets, she thought, he’ll always be the boy I remember, riding his bicycle through this town so many years ago.

  • Home Country

    Home Country by Slim Randles 
    Mule Barn Truck

  • The Laughing Buck
    Laughing Buck from Up North Voice
  • Home Country

    Home Country by Slim Randles.

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  • “Frederic – with a “C”
    FREDERIC - Frederic was settled in 1877, three years after Grayling was founded as Crawford Station.  Frederic was originally known as Forest and then Fredericville and was a “wooding-up” stop for the wood fired logging locomotives. 
    FREDERIC - Frederic was settled in 1877, three years after Grayling was founded as Crawford Station.  Frederic was originally known as Forest and then Fredericville and was a “wooding-up” stop for the wood fired logging locomotives. 
    FREDERIC - Frederic was settled in 1877, three years after Grayling was founded as Crawford Station.  Frederic was originally known as Forest and then Fredericville and was a “wooding-up” stop for the wood fired logging locomotives. 
    FREDERIC - Frederic was settled in 1877, three years after Grayling was founded as Crawford Station.  Frederic was originally known as Forest and then Fredericville and was a “wooding-up” stop for the wood fired logging locomotives. 
    FREDERIC - Frederic was settled in 1877, three years after Grayling was founded as Crawford Station.  Frederic was originally known as Forest and then Fredericville and was a “wooding-up” stop for the wood fired logging locomotives. 
    FREDERIC - Frederic was settled in 1877, three years after Grayling was founded as Crawford Station.  Frederic was originally known as Forest and then Fredericville and was a “wooding-up” stop for the wood fired logging locomotives. 
  • "Toad's Stool"
    MIO - Toad's Stool by Warren Stutesman
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