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Goshorn Meanderings

My Grandma Pauline’s column in the Saugatuck newspaper The Commercial Record lives on through my relationship to writing in spite of the cabin she and my Grandpa built with their own hands living on as an Airbnb.

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Goshorn Meanderings

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