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Thom lived in in Michigan's UP (written about in "The Prophet's Way")

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Mark J. Saulys's picture
Mark J. Saulys 8 years 23 weeks ago

Thom's gallery has some pictures featured more than once and some neat and popular ones, that were on the site before its reconstruction, not at all. One in particular that was a favorite of mine - and, I'll bet, of a lot of other folks - was the one of Thom at 17. I'm glad I saved that one to my computer and to the cloud.

Mark J. Saulys's picture
Mark J. Saulys 8 years 23 weeks ago

Never mind, I found it.

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Comfort Myrtlebank 6 years 46 weeks ago

Whoa! You lived in the UP! I would live in a carboard box I think if it were up there, (well, in the summer anyway, but I would like to be up there in the Winter too if it meant I could get a lifer (birder term) Great Grey Owl; we don't have those down where I am); that's so cool! Once I visted with a friend of mine up there, and we picked all these wild blueberries and made the best blueberry pie I had ever had; wild blueberries are better, and there were so many. I loved how few people there were living up there, it was really peaceful and green.

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