Category: Flags Across the Harvest

A Hard Row to Hoe

In post-WW II rural America, it was common for almost every family to have some attachment to agriculture. Often the family farm was not large enough to sustain all the financial needs of the entire clan, so an in-town job was acquired. But the lessons and roots of farm life were an intrinsic part of their being.

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Why Not?

By nature, I ponder many aspects of life, farming, and automobiles. I take objects for face value but eventually ask myself why things are the way they are. For me, this has become an excellent learning tool since you force yourself to dig deeper and go beyond your comfort level of knowledge or understanding.

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