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In The Beginning

Posted Tuesday 22nd September 2009 at 04:08 by The Otical Apprentice
Good Evening Ladies and Gentlemen... I formerly worked for Bushnell Div. Of Bausch and Lomb. I was employed there for almost 13 years and was apprenticed to Mr. Al Akin, Senior Engineer. I have not been directly connected with the industry for many years, since they moved to Kansas in fact, but I still have all my notes and a wide store of memories and optical understanding.

Kamakura was in fact one of the primary suppliers for Bushnell optics. They also supplied for many others...
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He Will Return Next April

Posted Tuesday 22nd September 2009 at 02:19 by Francis Duggan
In this Land he does feel feel homesick and alone
And sometimes by email and sometimes by phone
He contacts friends and family that he is okay
And tell of his travels in a Land far away.

He has been away from his Homeland for awhile
And in this old brown Country he has travelled many a mile
It has been two years since he left his Hometown
And since many a highway he's been up and down.

In this English speaking Country his English...
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Far From

Posted Tuesday 22nd September 2009 at 02:15 by Francis Duggan
From this land he never could drive to there by car
Oh pity the old bloke from home he lives far
He never will see the old mountain again
Or hear the robin sing in the wind and the rain.

'Twould seem that his remains are destined to lay
Far from the place where he first saw light of day
Far from the old fields that he loved as a boy
The great lust for life he no longer enjoy.

The wanderlust in him when he was nineteen
...
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Oh Sing Me A Song

Posted Tuesday 22nd September 2009 at 02:11 by Francis Duggan
Oh sing me a song of roses in bloom
And the bright yellow flowers that adorn the wild broom
And the songs of the birds is so pleasing to hear
And Nature is lovely at all times of year,
Oh sing me a song of the cool wind that blow
Across the old hill where the coarse bracken grow
And the creek with the voice that can never be still
That babbles on down from the foot of the hill,
Oh sing me a song of the fresh ocean breeze
That soughs...
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Out There

Posted Tuesday 22nd September 2009 at 02:05 by Francis Duggan
The ibis are croaking in the morning air
In John Shaw Neilson's country 'The country out there'
An old brown Countryside that is as old as time
That once inspired a poet for to laud it in rhyme,
So little of this land I can claim to know
The black tribes they hunted here centuries ago
On warm Summer evenings in the shade of the trees
They told their old stories and had their corroborees,
Out there far from the traffic and the noise of the street...
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