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There has always been a debate about what kind of home Santa Claus lives in. We can pretty much rule out a split level, as they didn’t become popular until the 1960s, and Santa has been around a lot longer than that. Some scholars have suggested the usual two-story colonial or a nice country cape-style home. Others have thought he must live in some sort of snow palace. More often his home is portrayed in books as a chalet or a log home. Nobody knew for sure what kind of house that Santa truly owns … until now, that is!

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To date, the largest project I have tackled was general contracting the construction of my house in Lincoln a few years ago. I had a very supportive boss at the time who joined in on the fun and shared a boatload of advice and tips along the way. The biggest surprise during that time was the…

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The 1980s were dynamic and a lot of fun for many real estate professionals in the Lakes Region. The decade led off with a recession, high unemployment and business failures at their highest levels since 1932.The decade became known for its outrageous greed, with a lot of free and easy capita…

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When my brother and I were kids, we handled the cleaning of the house, shoveling the deck and driveway and helped out with the cutting, splitting and stacking of wood. Not to mention the migration of the wood into the basement. At the time, we were convinced it was child labor. Looking back …

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So everyone is talking about the explosion of the squirrel population and the amount of road kill on the highways this summer. Experts are saying the population increase was due to the bumper acorn crop last year. That could be. But I think the number of causalities on the highway, particula…