Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Old Piano

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It is sitting here even now in my family room against a wall that is too short to hide its open back. It’s a Mendelssohn upright piano made in Derby, Connecticut, sometime around 1905. You can…

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wheat binding 28 July 2014

We finally had a day and the right weather to bind wheat. We do this every year to preserve the traditions of old and to provide wheat bundles to thresh at a couple of antique farming events. It is a … Continue reading

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Jana

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Jana enjoying the homemade ice cream off the dasher. That’s the Prescott way! She is the second born of the seven Prescott siblings and the oldest of the five girls. That’s Jana, and she is my…

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Writing 25 July 2014

People have asked my how and why I write. I can’t help it. I see the beauty in this old flat bed truck and it strikes me. When I look at this truck, I see Christmas! I observe, wonder and … Continue reading

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Identity

Identity.

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Early Riser 23 July 2014

I am an early riser who loves running when the world is still thinking about bringing the morning. I am a horse lover. I wonder about things: why avocado pits are so big, why some are never satisfied with the … Continue reading

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Camp Creek 21 July 2014

We spent the weekend visiting family and attending a really awesome farm show put on by the Camp Creek Threshers. This show has been going on for 39 years on the current show site, but we were told by one … Continue reading

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