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OUTDOORS: British take wacky another step

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Outdoor Tales

By Phil Junker

A story on the front page of a daily newspaper about the Fourth of July espoused, “There is nothing for most of us to celebrate on this anniversary” due to the poor economy.

The economy is lousy and no reason for glee for many. We all hope it will improve.

However, for an old timer like me, the story brought a different thought to me. For me, the holiday is still Independence Day. It is about freedom and independence. Freedom to improve our lot in life.


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