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Old 12-08-2009, 09:37 PM
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So, do you go Christmas caroling in your community? If so, how do you go?

We used to go as a 4-H club.

Just went last week as a church group.

Our kids from our little one room school used to get together and go caroling around the neighborhood.

I'll never forget the second year I taught in a one room school, we loaded the kids all in a straight truck box with straw bales around the sides. We all rode around in the back of the truck with a tarp over the top. It was after dark. We kept a step ladder in the back to "load & unload" the carollers. We went around to the "neighbors" in that rural ranching community. We sang at about ten different ranches and put 75 miles on the truck and it was ten below F. Ah, what a great time we all had. We gathered together at the end for hot cocoa and lunch.
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