The Single-Armed loader.
I spent two weeks last fall watching the Ken Burn’s documentary, “Country Music.” It was wonderful. One section of the presentation spent a lot of time on one artist, Emmylou Harris. I have always enjoyed her music, but the documentary really made me think about her and consider her music. In 1971, Chris Hillman from … Continue reading Emmylou Harris
I grew up on a farm and still actively farm today. My interests will always be colored by my background, which will explain not only this week’s subject but how narrow is the subject; the single-armed loader tractor. My guess is few have seen a loader tractor with only one arm, it looks like any … Continue reading The single-arm loader
Loving Life-As is
Dear Dave, I am writing this prior to Christmas so all the excitement of the season is still with me. This is the time of year when a person needs to gather a full head of steam to get through the next few months and the next year. I like the beauty of Christmas, … Continue reading Letter to Dave
When I think of winter, I think of chaos. The most enjoyable times of my youth were spent at play as a diversion to the long winter days of the 70’s. Much of this play was indoors and was chaotic and caused damaged to the furniture of our home. Anyway, I want to tell you … Continue reading Loving life-as is
The Christmas season seems short this year. Thanksgiving was late and Advent is 24 days this year which is kind of in the middle of length for Advent seasons. It just seems like we are about one Christmas party away from the long, gray months of January and February. Lisa was on top of things … Continue reading Just Christmas