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Thursday, March 05, 2009 

It's March, it must be circus season.

Winter may be lingering in the north, but it's Springtime in south and in Texas the first tent shows have been trouping for a couple weeks. Will resume blogging from Oklahoma around March 14th. Takes a lot of guts to move a mudshow down the road down the worst economic downturn since the 1930's -- but as Charleton Heston reminded us in GSOE... "Kids haven't changed." The circus is still the circus.

What show are you with this year?

Barry

Welcome back!! It's been a long six months.

Yay! I so look forward to these blogs. What circus are you traveling with this year? I love Steve's blog on KM, but yours give ms more of an overall picture.

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