Quite a bit of time has past since I penned a note on this page. It has been busy. Let me catch you up.
I’ve heard many times this fall, especially during this time between Thanksgiving and Christmas, “It’s all good.” I can’t agree more. The times, while they may not be identical to the good ol’ days, are good. I’ll be more specific.
With the last few acres of crops harvested, the bins are bursting. In fact, we have mountains of corn adjacent to most towns’ grain elevators ready to be relocated. The corn yields were unheard of with much of the hill-ground getting close to 150 bushel and the second-bottom or bottom land seeing closer