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The Fine Art of Whittling

Cedar trees are prolific in my part of the country.  I think they’re known as red cedars.  They grow wherever they can, in the edges of fields, in pastures, highway rights of way, and of course cemeteries.  While we were … Continue reading

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Turpentine and Corn-shelling

Pappaw loved to tell stories under the big maple tree in the back yard (which used to be the front yard until the new highway was built).  He would be chewing tobacco and whittling on a piece of red cedar … Continue reading

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