Things start to happen in the spring on land that just don’t happen while there is cold and snow. I can hear my neighbor across the road at his ranch getting the tractor ready to begin his first plowing. Lawn mowers start up and get all checked out to make sure they are ready for the weekly ride around the acres and acres of grass. The neighbor with the RV is mapping out where his many road trips may take him this year. Last year they visited the mountains, this year the wife says it will be the coast.
I can remember a field trip in the mid to late 70’s when my middle school class went to visit the Arkansas Planetarium. My friends and I commented to our science teacher about a man carrying what appeared to be a small suitcase with a phone cord coming out of it. We noticed him walking around apparently talking on the phone. She advised us to “stay in line and not get distracted by some silly fad.”
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