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Picking back up where I left off last week, I again intended on sharing the highlights of our Kansas excursion in pursuit of legendary bucks. Climbing into a stand or blind wearing khakis and short sleeve shirts was quite atypical and a variance of the norm for chasing whitetails.
She torched the red blanket.
The covering was what Linda Lary saw her son, Michael, wrapped in as he lay on the floor, dead from an overdose of heroin last December, two days short of his 28th birthday.
“I thought of all the blankets to put on him, don’t put a red blanket on him. I don’t know why. I still don’t know why.”
At the beginning, George Washington stood on the balcony of Federal Hall in New York City on April 30, 1789, and pledged the oath as the first president of the United States of America. Immediately thereafter, he led the nation's first governmental body in a procession to St.