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Introduction
Abner Musser, The stimulus of The Buck
Robert Blair Risk: The sage of the Buck
Irene Garner, The spirit of The Buck
The old Buck school Recalled
Memories, by Debbie Byers Wenger
Beagles and Beaglers in The Buck
Light at the Buck By stu Mylin
Fond Memories of the Buck
Growing Up near The Buck, By stu Mylin
Buck Company
Black And Blue In The Buck
Buck Tractor Pull
Flyin’ & Racin’ In The Buck
Folks Remembered
Amish Winter olympics
Liberty square Lions Club
sounds From Behind The Barn
Motivating Morning Meditation
Halloween in Liberty square
Thanksgiving
Public Farm sales
The old Farmer Duz stone Harbor
Mooving Along
observations From Local Grocery store Parking Lots
The old Farmer Duz Woodstock
scalpy Hollow
The Blacks of Fishing Creek Hollow
Fishing Creek
echoes From The Past Bats in the Belfry
echoes From The Past Church Furniture
echoes From The Past Racing Results from Chestnut Level
echoes From The Past Christmas eve
echoes From The Present Family Life Center
echoes From The Present The Wedding Day—Razing
echoes From The Present so Who’s in Charge?
Thoughts and Musings
Armageddon
Acknowledgements
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Drumore Echoes, Stories from Upstream

Drumore Echoes, Stories from Upstream

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If Abner Musser hadn’trun out of sons, his neighborssay, The Buck would havebeen as big as Pittsburgh inanother 10 years.This area in SouthernLancaster County remindsme more and more of theregion just east of Lancaster.I suppose the words thatcondense this thought couldbe: Bird-In-Hand gained,Paradise lost.Quote from Robert Risk:“Death does not end all-itbegins everything.”If Ma Garner heard aruckus outside her house atnight she raised her bedroomwindow, shot once, then openedfire with an arsenal of wordsthat may have stung worse thanthe shotgun pellets.The resourceful humanmind has developed to strive forthe betterment of mankind, yetthe human spirit has evidentlynever abandoned the cave.At Woodstock therewere numerous drug busts,at our gathering all drugswere handed out beforethe meal.
If Abner Musser hadn’trun out of sons, his neighborssay, The Buck would havebeen as big as Pittsburgh inanother 10 years.This area in SouthernLancaster County remindsme more and more of theregion just east of Lancaster.I suppose the words thatcondense this thought couldbe: Bird-In-Hand gained,Paradise lost.Quote from Robert Risk:“Death does not end all-itbegins everything.”If Ma Garner heard aruckus outside her house atnight she raised her bedroomwindow, shot once, then openedfire with an arsenal of wordsthat may have stung worse thanthe shotgun pellets.The resourceful humanmind has developed to strive forthe betterment of mankind, yetthe human spirit has evidentlynever abandoned the cave.At Woodstock therewere numerous drug busts,at our gathering all drugswere handed out beforethe meal.

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