|Curiosity Corner: If old barns could talk|
|April 22, 2016 Gretchen Deter|
Courtesy photo A painting of an Old Barn, by Gretchen Deter.
If only a barn could talk, there would be so many, now buried, stories about life in America. There would be the hazy, lazy stories about life in Colonial New England; stories of the pre-Civil War South, as well as prairie life on the broad expansive plains of the West.
Our rural landscape has always been dotted with miles of barbed wire or rough-hewn wooden fences; broken down windmills, creaking and swaying, as the wind wraps aro...
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