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Birds, Feathers, and Flocking Together

One of the more curious Appalachian traditions I’ve heard has to do with the meaning of things that happen occasionally.  Things like the fogs in August (which is not just Appalachian), that tradition purportedly tells you how many snows you’re … Continue reading

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Keep Pulling That Rope!

I don’t know when I first mowed a yard.  But sometime when I was still fairly young, I’d say ten or twelve, I began the job of mowing.  We didn’t have fancy mowers, just usually an old push mower.  My … Continue reading

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