Monthly Archives: March 2016

Excerpt: Requiem for a Summer Cottage

He planted raspberry bushes along the edge of the woods, and apple and pear trees near the low place in the field where water held when it rained. He had the farmer who rented from him scoop out the earth … Continue reading

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The Oxcart Man, by Donald Hall As I passed the entourage of monster farm machinery gathered at the edge of the field yesterday, I noticed a truck piled high with seed potatoes that meant the season had begun for the potato chip contract.  … Continue reading

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