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April 05, 2016


If you ever leave your property you will spend the rest of your life in regret.
Even if you have just one singe day to live; that day will be spent pining for home....

You might want to be on the lookout for morel mushrooms under those cottonwoods this time of year.

We face that issue with the farm here. It's so far from town and we have gradually lost touch with the people out here when we discontinued our church attendance. With no kids in school, we don't have a lot of contact with anybody that isn't connected to agriculture. The work will eventually be too much but after over 37 years here, it'll be hard to let it go. Aging though does require changes.

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