Two friends of my brothers were down turkey hunting. They zeroed out. They helped build the cabin. Tuesday was mild as was Wednesday. I cut about twenty acres yesterday.
We have a large community of Amish in this area. They started moving down last year. Are roads are so hilly, that you have to be on the look-out for there buggy’s. There have been a few that have been hit by auto’s.
Let me tell you about are area having the first Rastafarian church.The local’s did not know what Rastafarian meant or was. So we changed it to Rast-Nogstic. We got a mobile home to use, and called it the Tabernacle of the Trans-axle. We put it on the hill overlooking Ledbetters farm. Well, we got jumping and singing to Marley, we even talked to him,when, Bam, the trailer started moving down the hill.
In are excitement to get started, no one blocked the wheels. It was headed right for Ledbetter’s barn. Marley was looking out for us as the doors were open on both ends of the barn. “What a ride”. Well we got a tractor and pulled it back on the hill. Yes, we blocked the wheels. Every one who belonged were very friendly. I would walk in and say “hi”. and they would answer “Ya Mon”.
“Whether you think that you can, or that you can’t, you are usually right”. Henry Ford