Monthly Archives: December 2014

Sunday

Silver City Express Rained .01 inch last night. The morning is clear from Mexico to Colorado. I’ll get eggnog this morning. I don’t think I could stand a splash of rum. Mules and shoes I vaguely remember the blacksmith in … Continue reading

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Winter at the Farm During the Winter of 1939

Life on the Lynch Farm During the Winter of 1939 (written for the First Saturday Writers) Thanksgiving was over. The barnyard was minus one bronze turkey. In the fields, the corn had been shucked by hand and thrown into heaps … Continue reading

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