This is the spot that we all gravitate to whenever we need a rest from what we’re doing or to contemplate what we’ve done or what we need to be doing. It overlooks the back forty that Bill has worked so hard to reclaim.It is a shady spot most of the day and I swear the few people that drive by must think we spend far more time in those chairs than we actually do.
In April, Gene Logsdon, wrote an article about staying home that pretty much sums up how it is with us. There is no where else we would rather be.
Here’s a link – http://thecontraryfarmer.wordpress.com/2012/04/25/it-pays-to-stay-home/