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A weekly column, Personal reflections adressing the trials and tribulations, of living on the eastern shores of Oneida Lake.
"Henry and the hundred dollar car",
At the end of my driveway sits a small camp where Henry lives. When the girls and I came to look the place over before moving here to the beach, Henry had taken it upon himself to stride up the driveway and make an introduction. This middle-aged man seemed harmless enough as he shook my hand and asked if we were here to see the judge. (The man that owns the place we have since moved into.) Because of his disconcerting mannerisms, Henry came offa little on the uncomfortable side and of course I had to take that into consideration before we moved in. I have since learned that he is quite harmless, though I have no intentions of inviting him up the drive for a cup of coffee. Now Henry is a simple man and lives by very simple means, which is probably why I don't mind him. However, rumor has it that some years back he was willed a bit of money that would enable him to find a reliable source of transportation. However in an effort to save money he likes to purchase hundred dollar cars and trucks. During our first week here, we were awoken by the sounds of a large motor, and as I looked out the window I was greeted by a giant monster-truck that was lacking a bed, Henry got out and started walking around it humming and hoeing while his friends stood by****
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