Who’d have guessed Bearcat Baseball would have led us to Elephants! In Hugo, OK no less!
Last few pics were of things getting done. Then we found out the roof sagged so much that, not only did we need
Webby made a flyer – I’m sure Maggie had to help. Slow start. I went shopping. De-commissioned helmet for The Taylorville Tornados, yes, they’re
Plumbing is really exciting. We figured once we had a bathroom, we could move in and out of my parents duplex; see previous blog!
Once the foundation was fixed and poured for the addition, we started getting into a little demolition. That’s the fun stuff because
First time we saw it. Hidden, ok, overgrown but a beautiful property. It needed more than just a little paint. Caved in basement
Ok, so you’ve heard me talking about “The Homestead,” aka our fixer-upper. It’s been a long haul just to get to where we are
In all our baseball travels, mostly in the Midwest, I’ve realized that, for the most part, other drivers frequently tic me off. It’s not
As I learned a lot about baseball chatter during the Bearcat’s Conference Championship run, I also noticed several things I think every team must
After 4000+ miles chasing the Bearcat Baseball team around this season, I have learned a few things, some of which I will never speak of