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Arnold Eugene Borel

 By Bill Borel Since I was the 7th and youngest child of Arnold Borel and Mary Kirby Borel I missed a lot of the history of both the Borel and Kirby families. Much of the early history centered around Butte, … Continue reading

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“I’ve a Story to Tell…”

By Bill Borel (Headed off to a Christmas party?  Need a poignant story to share midst eggnog and presents, when we seem smothered in affluence?  Here’s a sweet reminder of the bigger picture.) A story to be told to a … Continue reading

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Round Three: The Last Words…”We Are A Good Team, Bro!”

By Bill Borel and John Borel (The continuing saga of two fine brothers rediscovering they are two fine brothers while running after little white balls.   Please note: These letters were also written lovingly to two patient wives:  Danelle Borel and … Continue reading

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Round Two: Fighting for Our Mother’s Love…and for Golf Supremacy

 By Bill and John Borel (The continuing saga of two brothers battling rattlesnakes, road runners, and each other for eternal glory…or something like that.) John:    Sunday, November, 10. Here we are at Indio, which is seeming more and more like … Continue reading

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The Long Battle for Supremacy of the Western (Golf) World

By Bill Borel and John Borel (C. Hedge:  Some of my earliest memories are my two uncles, John and Bill, and their competitions to outdo each other.  Gramma was a huge part of it  (“Mom always liked you best!”)  With … Continue reading

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Getting Serious!

By Catherine Hedge When I was a kid, I used to daydream about being a storyteller.   It’s in my Irish blood.  My great uncles could take a two minute event and stretch it to at least a half hour, especially … Continue reading

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My Wife’s High School Reunions: The Devil Strikes Twice

By Bill Borel I have waited a long time to write this history about myself. My wife came from a small lumber town not far from Seattle. I met her while we were attending the University of Washington in the … Continue reading

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Family Drama…Without the Drama: Writing a Family Play

By Catherine Hedge. The adventure began simply.  My Uncle Bill called and asked, “What do you think about us putting together a simple little skit for the family reunion?” Even while I was answering, “Yes! That sounds like fun…”, my … Continue reading

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Major (Monster or Manifestation?)

Major (Monster or Manifestation?).

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Major (Monster or Manifestation?)

By Bill Borel The Borel family had always been very understanding and open minded. We had the normal conflicts and jealousies of all families but nothing truly disruptive. We accepted differences in political, religious, income levels, educational, and most other … Continue reading

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