|Up at Drudgereport.com just now.|
It’s cold. Now let’s get a grip on ourselves and try to put things into perspective.
|The Jowell House built by George Jowell in 1872 after Indians burnt down his wood cabin.|
Here’s the story as told at the National Ranching Heritage Center in Lubock, Texas.
|Click to enlarge and read.|
The inside of the downstairs.
|See that stove? That’s it people.|
And you want to talk about “life threatening?”
|Head stones from the final resting place of some of Jowell’s descendents.|
|Franklin C. 1873-1876|
|James P. 1876-1878|
|Joel W. 1878-1878|
|Lona Bell 1880-1880|
|Euell Homar 1882-1883|
Things don’t seem all that bad today, now, do they? Maybe a little cold and windy. That’s all.