The welcome for Vets was overwhelming
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Oct 23rd 2015
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The Lt Dan Concert in Charleston, SC
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Oct 23rd 2015
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A Smart Car, really? It\'s for my new chair.
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Mar 12th 2014
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Plumbers New Truck
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Mar 12th 2014
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Dr Denis O\'Callaghans Last Car
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Mar 12th 2014
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Aint it the truth!
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Mar 12th 2014
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Me in my chair during a much needed property clean-up Disabled veteran building a chair
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Mar 12th 2014
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Sheldon Cooper
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Jan 31st 2014
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Temple of Isis on the Island of Philae, Egypt 1838 David Roberts Cover for my new book
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Dec 3rd 2011
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Going Deeper
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Oct 23rd 2011
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