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Thursday, August 25, 2016

176th post

CONTINUED FROM LAST EVENING....

And I finished last evening with these last two lines ,,,,"As we drove, I

remember Herring's Hill which wound to the left and up the the hill as Father

drove. Was the first house to the right there then? Again, I don't know."

Maybe a walking distance of 3 minutes and up and around the corner from

the first house was the second house to the right that my Grandfather built.

I was told by someone recently that my Father was named after him and that

was new to me because I was only told that he went by the nickname of Date.

If my Father was named after his Father and I was named after my Father,

then it looks like to me that instead of me being a junior, I should be

Randolph Forrest Caricofe II (the second). My brother, Roland, said that he

had located our Father's birth record and it read as the name, Forrest

Randoph Caricofe, so I don't know exactly what the truth is.

TO BE CONTINUED.



Summary of the XXXI Olympiad.

SPORTS OF THE (NEW YORK) TIMES

By SIMON ROMERO and ANDREW JACOBS, AUG. 21, 2016....


"The Rio Games will also be remembered for a debacle that was not of its

own making: the false claims by the American swimmer Ryan Lochte that

he and some of his teammates had been pulled over and robbed at

gunpoint by men describing themselves as police officers.

On Saturday, Lochte tried to put the controversy to rest by admitting that

he had exaggerated the details of the incident. “I let my team down,” he

told NBC News. “I learned my lesson.”

Still, the victory of Brazil’s national soccer team over Germany’s allowed

many in the country to pivot from the episode involving the swimmers.

Globo, Brazil’s dominant television network, luxuriated in the conquest

of the soccer gold medal, devoting the bulk of its nightly news program

to the triumph."


World News

Astronomers have discovered an earth like planet orbiting the sun that could

possibly sustain life. The planet has yet to be named.


"Summertime is always the best of what might be.”
― Charles Bowden

From Best Reads.


It did rain sometime during the night like the weather forecasted and I won't

have to water the flowers and plants this morning. It's nice to get a break

from doing that for a change. I still going to do some mulching in two of

the back flower beds and transplant some more flowers I been thinking about.

I been doing some landscaping I haven't told you about. I'm moving some

excess dirt from the back of the lot to a steep grade just beside and south of

the house. It's backbreaking work, but I enjoy it and going barefooted like

when I was a kid.

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