True Confessions From the Ninth Concession
This little plot I live on used to be a farm. I still feed a few sheep and a couple of cows but at some point while I wasn’t paying attention the farm has slowly morphed into a retreat.
When the snow finally retreated last spring, someone made a grisly discovery on a secluded lot behind a church on the edge of town. Scattered within...
When I bought this little farm in the 1970s, I had no illusions about being a farmer. Even back then, the idea of cultivating a plot of forty acres...
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By Steve Maxwell