Days — and farms — gone by

By John McCaslin

This old rusted farm wagon, which certainly hauled plenty of hay and others crops in its day, came to a final stop in a field bordering Fodderstack Road between Washington and Flint Hill, where it was photographed during the late afternoon this week.

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4 Comments

  1. Yep, the editor/photographer should know all about manure spreaders, heving
    lived in Washington D.C for many years, where manure spreading is the leading
    occupation. But then, he probably doesn’t know the difference between a mule
    and a hinny, either.

  2. What a strong & true message from the real Rappahannock commentor to the parasite come-here city folks….we of the Rappahannock Resistance to carpetbaggers are fed up with the continuous pontifications from self-important, self-serving, manure spreaders from somewhere else who infest our county. I urge true Rappahannack folk to resist & undermine these invaders by whatever means possible…..make their daily lives as unpleasant as possible ….encourage them to leave!

  3. Always pays to know what you’re talking about before you open your mouth to prove that you’re an idiot.

  4. This isn’t a crop wagon, it’s a crap wagon.

    For all you come-here city folk – it’s a manure spreader. Historically limited to farm use, they have more recently been found spewing opinions on Rappnet.

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