Thursday, June 27, 2019
Let's Talk Rusty Iron

Let's Talk Rusty Iron

Man works from sun to sun, but woman s work is never done.This old saying certainly applied to the average farm wife in the...

Those pioneer cabins were small, but efficient.

Back in the early part of the 20th century gasoline and oil tractors were few and far between. The big heavy monsters that existed...

In a 1917 issue of Gas Review magazine is the following story by a proud papa: “Our boy wanted a gasoline engine, talked about it...

Many years ago, not long after I got into the “Rusty Iron” hobby, I began to attend the annual show put on by the...

I’ve often heard it said that “what goes around comes around” and “there’s nothing new under the sun.” Here’s an example of that, and,...

I've been reading about how people traveled long distances during the early decades of the 19th century before the development of the railroads.

I hope you don’t get tired of the old stories I resurrect — I find them fascinating and hope you do too, plus I...

Ten years ago Farm and Dairy published a couple of my columns about my experiences in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. I'd...

I'll continue the story of my Korean experience, and try to work in some references to Rusty Iron, although rust was just as thoroughly...
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