FERTILE CLAY a ATTIC DUST explores the cranial rafters of this senior's mind recovering memories of childhood growing up on a dairy farm in central Wisconsin. The recollections are mixed with present day observations and impressions shaped by a liberal arts education. When the memories have been faded by age and dulled by a sleepy imagination, I have relied on retrievals by relatives and friends. Moment and place buried in this dusty loft require strong stimuli to bring them back. The diversity of these memories is limited or extensive depending on variable fortunes and misfortunes, travels and travails.But the bright red with yellow trim 101 Junior Massey Harris really caught my eye. Its manual controls handled ... in the bidding competition in my eyes. Even the light gray color put me off. At Tim Wrighta#39;s place, the new deep red Farmall aHa 38.
|Title||:||Fertile Clay & Attic Dust|
|Author||:||Russell E. Mauer|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2010-02|