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Wisconsin firefighters have poked, prodded and killed him more times than his rubber, pliable fingers can count.
Most tapped their toes, while others had trepidation etched on their brows, but all had smiles on their faces after the last note of each song died out.
They are getting grayer each year and there are fewer of the most senior among them, but the chairs still fill at the annual Memorial Day tribute to veterans in Payson.
The mourning doves that have nested near our back yard in previous years are back — we hear their cooing morning, noon, and yes, even at night. Thank goodness it is a soothing sound. We’re glad it isn’t a family of ravens! A pair of jays also have nested nearby, they and the squirrels are in constant battle over rights to the baby acorns just beginning to grow on our back yard oak trees. Fun to watch!