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Tuesday, 29 April 2008

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auntie

Since we're doing "by the way, did you know"s... did you know that in 1983-84 there were no bowling alleys in Galveston? and that the closest one was in Texas City? Well... didja know that? I know because we decided to have a fun day in Galveston, along the water then on to a bowling frenzy... only..... whoda thunk.... no bowling alley....! So there !

Niall Harbison

I am a keen reader of food blogs but just stumbled upon yours. I really like the clean design and simple layout. I started blogging myself a year ago and always thought that clean design was key. The fact that you also have good photos does help a lot. I have just started a website for bloggers, chefs and foodies to meet and share all their photos, recipes and videos called www.ifoods.tv. Anyway keep the great work up on the blog, have it bookmarkd now and talk soon. Cheers

Dymnnuct

omg.. good work, man

Kudzu Fire

nice blog

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