Monthly Archives: January 2010

Sign Post

   A couple miles down the road it finally occurs to me; no one leaving Burdock would really need to know about the pavement markings or even the need to pick up a door-to-door licence at the Dept of Miscellaneous. … Continue reading

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Signs by the Road

   As my truck rumbles to the outer limits of Burdock, I read the advisory signs posted on the Village sign. They read, "Peddlars pick up door-to-door lisence at township hall, dept of miscellaneous," and the other, "Parking within pavement … Continue reading

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Droll Out

   I can’t help but give a quick grin over the pun and open the door to the truck.    "You headed somewhere?" Ed asks.    "Need to check over at the Clover County Supply, someone’s up to business, sort … Continue reading

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Still Droll

   "And as I was saying," Mr. Drollinger continues, "Grampa Drollinger got tired of the batteries going out and having to walk home to get the team to drive his new electro-mobile home. So he took to using a rope to … Continue reading

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Droller Still

"Thanks," I say and start to cloimb into the truck.    When Ed asks, "Ever tell you about how my Grampa Drollinger ownwed the first automobile in WeenerMan Township??"    "Actually, I’ve only heaqrd thaqt one a couple times," I … Continue reading

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droll Day

   I go over by the truck, and check the air pressure. It is a bit low.    But then I hear a friendly voice behind me, "Say there, better get those tires pumped up a bit."    I shrug, … Continue reading

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Expound

   And I really help matters, "Last I knew he was in Burdock looking up plans to put in a garden."    "A Garden, eh?" the Judge relaxes some, "That’d do that fellow some good to get down out of … Continue reading

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