Sunday, September 24, 2023
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Judith Sutherland recalls a real life lesson her father taught her about quicksand.

Judith Sutherland talks about how taste and smell can transport one back in time to childhood memories.

Judith Sutherland recalls the conundrums caused by friends from town visiting and helping with farm chores.

Some of the greatest joys of childhood are borne of bumps, bruises and the sheer thrill of unplanned hours spent in exploration.

Alan Guebert started out traveling by foot on the dairy farm of his youth, and after a crash or two on two wheels, it seems walking suits him best.

During Judith Sutherland's childhood, old barns typically had a basketball hoop attached to the wall or a beam, drawing children in to play barn ball.

Judith Sutherland recalls the short bangs she had throughout her childhood and the ritual of having them trimmed just as they reached a reasonable length.

As a child, Judith Sutherland named all the animals on her family farm. She couldn't give up on any without recognizing its wonder in the world.

The old farm dump site in the woods of Judith Sutherland's youth provided her and her siblings with the boards they needed to build their own treehouse.

Bryce Angell shares a story about the charms of using an outhouse in the middle of winter.