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Clark Hollow Ramblings: The things we saved

I smiled and remembered how people I grew up with saved things. We would never throw a plastic bread wrapper in the trash. Paper bags, as well, were folded neatly and stored somewhere in the kitchen area.
Clark Hollow Ramblings: Some never learn

I should be a bit more skeptical, it says right there on the package, “can be planted as early in the spring as the ground can be worked.” You know what happened when we had that full week of almost…
Clark Hollow Ramblings: This Old House

The old Nethers’ place here in Flint Hill is being “flipped.” It has been a rental for a number of years, now someone has bought it to fix up and sell. It had fallen into some disrepair the last few…
Clark Hollow Ramblings: In the bleak midwinter

Here’s hoping you have better luck with your resolutions and the New Year brings you good health and happiness. I would wish you wealth, but you already live in Rappahannock County. That’s the biggest blessing I could wish for you.
Clark Hollow Ramblings: Dry and dusty

Richard Brady is hoping by the time you read this we will have been blessed with a little rain, and remembers those trips to Dad's 18-foot, hand-dug well in Pullentown.
Clark Hollow Ramblings: The correct diagnosis

A correct diagnosis, knowing what the problem is, is essential to fixing the problem. Seems pretty straightforward, doesn’t it? Unfortunately, when it comes to defending what this country stands for, it is not.