From County Line to Barbers Hill: School Days
From “A Halcyon Childhood,” to “Cars I Have Known,” the author has written of everyday things, everyday feelings, and everyday happenings in a little town of close friends, a strong community spirit, and a fervent support of the school system. It is a town of loyalty and love and faith. Many of the essays have been published in the local newspaper.
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