By Dale Terrillion
Christian Logger 

Sharing the Word



February 18, 2021

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Dale Terrillion, Christian Logger

Many, many moons ago winter always had some time to hunt the big cats. There were always some guys who would show up at the old place on the Summit to give chase.

My dear wife, who in 53 years never shirked her responsibilities, was up at 4:30. Known as "the queen of hospitality" she was gett'n ready to feed the crew pancakes and eggs. And for a perfect morning she had some soothing Christian music on the stereo. One of the Mennonite men came down the stairs say'n "even pleasant music to get up by."

There was four of us that day as we bowed our heads and I gave the blessing. I was brought u...

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