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A Cheesy Life
A Cheesy Life
By Val Stanenas-Wacker
Their days revolved around butter making and milk runs.
Easter on the Farm
Easter on the Farm
By Susan Davis
Their new ideas quickly became favorite traditions.
Easter Sunday Runaways
Easter Sunday Runaways
By Diane de Echeandia
They opted for private service that day.
Escape From Boredom
Escape From Boredom
By D.E. Brigham
They paid a price for their spring breakout.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Spring Greens!
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Spring Greens!
By Georgia Kohart
When the garden awakens, it's time for fresh flavors.
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Our Ride in the Rumble Seat
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Our Ride in the Rumble Seat
By Anna Mathers
A spring storm stymied their stint.
Grandpa's Tavern
Grandpa's Tavern
By Kathleen Fessler
It was a family affair.
Hagglin' in the Good Old Days
Hagglin' in the Good Old Days
By Douglas S. Clark
His bartering skills were unmatched.
Ice Cream With Grandpa
Ice Cream With Grandpa
By Charles Milam
It was by far the best part of the day.
Lambing Time
Lambing Time
By Linda DeHaven
She and her sidekicks patrolled the pasture.
Looking Hollywood Way -- A Quiet Man in a Not-So-Quiet Village
Looking Hollywood Way -- A Quiet Man in a Not-So-Quiet Village
By Michael O'Donnell
An unlikely combination worked well.
Matheson Cover Trading
Matheson Cover Trading
By Brenda Kay Ledford
Bartering was a practical fact of life.
No Translation Necessary
No Translation Necessary
By Gary Copeland
They might not have understood the words, but they knew the meaning behind them.
Occupational Hazard
Occupational Hazard
By Willma Willis Gore
She earned a nickname along with her spending money.
Photo Opportunity
Photo Opportunity
By John Scanlan
Something wasn't quite right.
Spurs
Spurs
By Margie DiGiovanni
Snakes were the least of his worries.
Table Talk
Table Talk
By Beverly J. Letchworth
Once she joined in, she was hooked.
Tall Tales
Tall Tales
By Dennis L. Peterson
He could spin a yarn like no other.
The Annual Inebriation
The Annual Inebriation
By Edward Guion
That was one powerful spring tonic!
The Milk Place
The Milk Place
By Joseph G. Gross
It kept him out of trouble ... most of the time.
The Well
The Well
By Lyn Keys Tutor
It supplied cool water and sweet memories.
Trading Up
Trading Up
By Wendy All
Oh, how rich they felt with full books of stamps!
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