This Week in Milford

April 9, 2016

Nobody Puts Bacon in a Locker

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Well color me surprised. This feels less like an end to an arc and more like a “to be continued…” As the trees in Milford begin to bud, will we see these two again anytime soon? Will Kenzie make the Lady Mudlarks softball team, or will USA Rugby come calling for her? Will Maxwell Bacon be put into storage again until next December? Your guess is as good as mine, but at least we know Maxwell will be no Jamar Gaddis.

Exit our winter Milford power couple, stage right, into the yawning void of a Milford High hallway. Ducka you head!

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5 Comments »

  1. “Trash can, ha ha ha. You’re kidding, right? You wouldn’t actually stuff me in a — AAAAUUUGGH!”

    Comment by John S. Walters — April 10, 2016 @ 10:31 am

  2. Anybody old enough to remember locker plants? In the day, having a stand-alone freezer was the province of the upper crust. After you shot your deer or bought half a cow, you’d store it at the locker plant. I suppose folks kept their pork there too.

    One day the local locker plant burned down, which I could not grok as a youngster. “Burn? Isn’t that thing full of frozen meat, Dad?” Family lore says the salvaged meat was so smelly, the dog wouldn’t eat it. But apparently we got a big check from the insurance company. So that.

    Now all that remains is Locker Plant Road, where you can occasionally buy acreage. The bear is probably not included.

    Comment by g2design — April 10, 2016 @ 1:48 pm

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