Diane deals with finicky childred and finicky chickens.
By Candy Chin A funny thing happened at the Tremperskill Store. Near the end of the day, our 1949 Globe meat cutter STOPPED! BIG PROBLEM. Tom, with an electrical background, and Eddie decided it was The Toggle Switch. Shayne (here for 5 pm coffee hour), with knowledge of motors, added to the diagnosis-discussion. Tim wandered
On a 5 degree Saturday morning, February 2nd, Groundhod Day, Woodchuck Willie was put to his task at WOODY’S.
24 hours of snowfall, 2 days of sun, Sweater wearing, sap-rising, spirit-raising days! Sorbet snow shrinks from green islands, uncovers snowdrops. Faith is the flower blooming beneath the snow. A rinsing rain sluices snow from lawn, leaves suds. In the woodland pool, frog eggs: a gelatinous mass of promise. Sparrow pairs vie for space in
The home-suaring bug bit the Haugetos who moved to Andes 10 years ago and started a family maple syrup tradition.