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April 25, 2011

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Walter Jeffries

I sympathize on the lack of rain. We are blessed with lots of water and mountain sides to give us head. I imagine that it is very hard to pasture graze without the pastures. May they get rain without any twisters to accompany it.

On a technical note, I enjoy your posts, in the written form, but the audio video are harder to take in. Please write more!

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