Second leg on Tanglefoot Trail just as nice as the first

Lisa McNeece

Joel and I went back on the Tanglefoot Trail this weekend, but picked a shorter route which suited me much better.
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Eddie Wood serves up good advice on Tanglefoot Trail

Lisa McNeece

Several called and emailed me last week to share their experiences on the Tanglefoot Trail, but my favorite was from Eddie Wood, workforce development coordinator at the WIN job center.
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First trip down Tanglefoot Trail was memorable

Lisa McNeece

After more than a month of bike riding, Joel and I finally got a chance to ride on the Tanglefoot Trail last weekend.
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Hummingbirds overwhelmed by bees

Lisa McNeece

I have never taken my hummingbird feeders down until early October, but I took them down this weekend.
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Break in sweltering temps, but summer’s not gone

Lisa McNeece

The best looking plant in my yard right now, hands down, is the Lantana. I have old-fashioned and New Gold in several places, and it is thriving in this dry end of summer heat.
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Terry Martin was a lot more than just our carpenter

Lisa McNeece

I am so heartbroken over the tragic death of Terry Martin last week. The first work Terry Martin ever did at my house was before I moved in. It was 1989, and Jo Ellen, Marshall and I were moving from my parents’ house, to the house across the street where we now live.

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Has to be a better way to keep up with my glasses

Lisa McNeece

When I leave the house, my check list includes two main things– my glasses and my phone. I feel like if I have those two, I can get pretty much anything else I need.
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Quite a girls day at Geyser Falls

Lisa McNeece

I had been telling Addi Claire that I would take her to the water park all summer long, and this weekend seemed like the best opportunity for us to go.
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“Cow killers” show up at Neshoba County Fair

Lisa McNeece

We spotted the oddest looking bug I had ever seen at the fair cabin last week in Philadelphia.
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Neshoba Fair traditions endure after quarter century

Lisa McNeece

After more than 25 years at the Neshoba County Fair, some of our traditions still stand– sausage pinwheels at breakfast, group photo on the first Saturday afternoon, participating in the Williams’ silly string fight on Sunday afternoon, etc.
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