Newspaper Article from The Dublin Citizen

This article was published Thursday, December 20th, in The Dublin Citizen, Vol. 23, No.16

I’m going to leave this up even though it isn’t readable. Hopefully when Sea gets on she can figure out how to make it larger.

Sea here -> in the upper right hand corner of my screen is a cog (next to a house and a star).  I clicked on the cog, then on Zoom.  I set the zoom for 400%, which enabled me to read the article with no problem.  Thank you Paul Gaudette!

Sea and Gryph In Dublin, Texas sea 001 sea 003

About Sea G Rhydr

Sea G Rhydr and her trusty steeds, Jesse James and Finehorn - embarking on a grand adventure to cross America.
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2 Responses to Newspaper Article from The Dublin Citizen

  1. Linda Dean says:

    Dang it, a snow storm made me miss my flight, but I am heading for deep east Texas and was sure hoping to catch up with you. My flight doesnt leave till next sunday now, and you will be in Louisiana or Mississippi by then probably. Was sure hoping to meet up with you and the crew, especially Luna Jack. For some reason that horse has my heart. Jesse’s a sweetie, and Saint Finehorn is just that, a saint, but Luna Jack has heart and it shows both in her pictures, and in your and Gryph’s writing about her. (even with her occasional obstinacy and kerfluffles)
    If you let me know where you are going to be next week, I will get one of my neices to haul me and some treats over to you all. Linda aka lindalaughs (you have the email from a week or so ago)

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