Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Little Old Glad Lady

By O’Ceallaigh –Bemus Point, New York, in the 1940’s, was a bustling post-war resort town on the shores of Chautauqua Lake. In the pre-depression years it was a hot spot for high rollers. Big Bands would frequent the large hotels … Continue reading

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They Needed Help

By O’Ceallaigh – We turned the corner onto Poucher Road and encountered a couple in a stalled car. He was in front of the car, standing in the rain, waving his arms for us to stop. It’s not our habit … Continue reading

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Tunnels In The Hay

By O’Ceallaigh As far back as I can remember, back on the farm, we put our hay up loose- stowed away in the second floor of the barn in what was called the “Hay-mow.” I’m not sure when it was, … Continue reading

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