Sunday Respite – Yesterday


For today’s Sunday’s Respite I have chosen Yesterday by Adam Rafferty.

This week marks the tenth anniversary of Bunkerville’s humble beginnings.

Looking back what was created was a political history. A diary of sorts. Simply amazing some of the political challenges we faced. The halcyon days of the Tea Party movement of which we were a part.

In the end, it was I who decided to continue the blog.., so there is only one person behind the curtain now. So let’s just say Bunk has her hand on the wheel now.

Thanks to all who have supported Bunkerville in so many ways. Those who take the time to comment and have become “virtual friends” a special thank you.

A special thanks to Mustang and his guest posts.

Best wishes for a wonderful day!  The song “Yesterday” seems especially appropriate.

This is best watching this in full screen. A list of last week’s post are below the clip.



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