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Re: Beaufort update

Kitty, He tried quite a few things - cooking, even going back to school.
He got involved in numerous volunteer activities, most of which
require paperwork which he hates, so guess who does it.  He
hasn't got over not having a secretary, and though I am determined
not to be one, I frequently end up doing things like address labels
for bulk mailings.
What finally caught and held his interest was Teatown Nature 
Center.  He spends quite a lot of time with that organization, both
on the managing end, and giving programs for school groups. He
is currently spending a lot of time on the search for a new person
to employ as general manager. I sometimes think he spends more 
time there than here, but at least it keeps him busy, which I guess is 

In a message dated 04/12/2005 4:36:45 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
4042N15@nationalhearing.com writes:
So, Auralie, what did your DH stick with after retiring, since it wasn't the
cleaning or the vegetable garden?

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