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Robert Hickey (#46900980)
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Bio Photo I have been working on my family tree for over 10 years, enjoy walking through old cemeteries and taking photos of all the grave stones and reading the special sayings and thoughts that loved ones have written or the little things they have put for them. It makes my heart heavy and saddened when I come across stones that have been vandalized by people who just don't care. No matter how sadden I am, I always sit and ask my Great Spirit Indian Guides to bring peace, love and joy to those who have had their place disturbed. As for those who have disrupted these resting places I ask that they find the path back on the journey they were meant to be on and to make peace with all the wrong that they have done.

So if you should see me out in a cemetery say hi, as I always like to meet new people.
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Libby Talley
RE: Libby Hill
Hiya Rob,
It's 81*F at this moment here in Conway, Arkansas. On an average July 29th it's usually at least 88*F so this is an enjoyable temperature to me. It's the right heat for me, although I don't mind it in the 60s, but no lower than that.

I have a central AC/heating unit but it hasn't worked in a few years. I've been keeping cool by a tiny AC window unit in the bedroom, a table fan in the computer room and ceiling fans. I'm just glad we live in a time when we've got AC and fans. I would not have wanted to live in a time before this.

When I was 15 years old I took a road trip similar to yours. It was 3 months of adventure and fun. Unfortunately I don't remember most of it. ;)
Added by Libby Talley on Jul 29, 2013 8:52 PM
Libby Talley
RE: Libby Hill
I forgot to say that we have been having a weird July, summer for that matter. I don't think I've ever known a summer to have so many mornings and evenings in the sixties. Just so weird. The majority of the time we're in the 100s even at night by now.
Added by Libby Talley on Jul 29, 2013 5:04 PM
Libby Talley
RE: Libby Hill
I was born and raised in Arkansas and will always live here. I love this state! It's my roots, many generations back. Besides, it's just so beautiful and diverse. I can go into the mountains or down into the swamps or just stay in the valley. Plus we have plains, deltas, ridges (Crowley's Ridge), hills, ect.

I live in a house that was finished in 1971. It is in front of a 15 acre park that has a creek that runs right through it and has a long walking/jogging/biking trail. The park has a tennis court, basketball court, softball/baseball field, a dirt bike trail, a meadow and a woody area, plus two playgrounds and a few bridges. Plus, I live a few blocks from a train track (the train is why my city of Conway (pop. 55,286) was created) and a block from a private club with a swimming pool. And, I'm within the distance of walking to a Walmart Marketplace in one direction and a corner store/gas station in another direction. Also, downtown is within walking distance. My sister and daughter (they smoke, I don't) live in a duplex that is up the street from me and up the street from them are my parents. I feel privileged to live in an area like this.
Added by Libby Talley on Jul 27, 2013 1:10 PM
Libby Talley
RE: Libby Hill
Thank you for the reply. I'll have to look into that area. I've always wanted to go to Maine anyway.

Added by Libby Talley on Jul 24, 2013 6:10 PM
Libby Talley
Libby Hill
I saw your message on Peter M. Smith's page. Where is Libby Hill located? *curious* I'm not named after Libby Hill, my nickname comes from the Libby's product. But, I'm always wondering about places that have the name Libby in it.
Added by Libby Talley on Jul 22, 2013 12:51 AM
John Patterson
Mary Elledge
I've added two photos of Mart Elledge's grave. The stone is worn enough that the lettering doesn't show up in a photo but can be read if you get close to it and trace out the lettering.
Added by John Patterson on Jul 01, 2013 3:22 PM

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