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One summer afternoon — with bread, meat and conversation

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Heidi Walters

A person can stand on a corner in downtown Loleta — tiny Loleta, population not quite 800 — and never want for conversation. Even on a Tuesday. A sweltering day — fog chased off and the hot blue sky gone fuzzy orange…

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