Monthly Archives: February 2014

More Driving While Distracted

THE CONTRARIAN MORE DRIVING WHILE DISTRACTED We all are ‘distracted’ much of the time while driving.  It could be arguing with our spouse, or the smarmy voice on the GPS insisting we make a ‘legal U-turn’, or trying to find … Continue reading

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SNOWING IN EGYPT

THE CONTRARIAN WILLY BRANTS DIARY  – SNOWING IN EGYPT   I was about to get the old snow-blower out, when I heard Joe’s rig coming up the road.  He has one of those old skidders with a hunk of scrap … Continue reading

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Oxdrift versus the US Air Force

THE CONTRARIAN I have written several times about how growing clover for seed was the mainstay of our rural economy during our early years.  By the 60’s, this business had evolved to where only a few farmers were still growing … Continue reading

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THE CONTRARIAN SITE LOCATORS Historically,  Dryden has taken a ‘keep it small and rich’ attitude, we have that big mill assessment paying the bills, let’s not be serious about growth and dilute that tax advantage over a larger community, after … Continue reading

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