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You need some jam as well, and a little oatmeal. Bread counter at Bread Alone. Woodstock. About an hour or so ago. Friday morning. July 29, 2011.
For the record, I had a raspberry danish.
Lance Mannion on Friday, July 29, 2011 in Post cards | Permalink
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