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the Qing imperial collection

It is 2:45 PM Friday afternoon here in West Michigan. I have had a normal day thus far. I have not heard any gun fire or explosions, so all must be well.

This afternoon I caught another chipmunk in our chipmunk trap. I drove out once again to VanRaalte Farm county park to set the chipmunk free. We have caught seven chipmunks thus far in our chipmunk trap. I believe we have at least four more chipmunks to trap before they are all gone. For years we had no chipmunks and then they started appearing the last couple of years. We think the bird feeder remains on the ground caused the chipmunks to settle down around our house. The chipmunks were living off sunflower seeds remains from our birdfeeder.

After I set the chipmunk free I started driving home and before coming home I stopped by a near by thrift store to look at their used books. I found these used books to ADD to our library.

"A History Of The World In 10 1/2 Chapters" a novel by Julian Barnes

"My Antonia" a novel by Willa Cather

"The Rainbow" a novel by D. H. Lawrence

"Tomato Red" a novel by Daniel Woodrell

"The Siberians" travel adventure by Farley Mowat

"Ironweed" a novel by William Kenney

"I Am Charlotte Simmons" a novel by Tom Wolfe

"Seven Continents & Forty Years" A Concentration of Memoirs by C. L. Sulzberger

C. L. Sulzberger
http://www.nytimes.com/1993/09/21/obituaries/c-l-sulzberger-columnist-dies-at-80.html

"Freer: A Legacy of Art" by Thomas Lawton & Linda Merrill

Charles Lang Freer
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Lang_Freer

Not much else to report right now. I will close to drift. Another day is coming to a close for me. We are here today and gone tomorrow.
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