Nothing wrong with a man who works hard. I could learn a lot from a man who works hard. (But that would be too hard to do.)
The 75 cents per dozen is a bit disheartening...
Well well. It's good to see he takes two days a week off! Great photo!
Pablo, Anybody who totes round rocks up and down hills knows how to work. Now if you could get paid for that...Rurality,Hey welcome back! I hope your cold is mending. I will confess that the egg price and the photo are a decade ago.Weary, He probably used those days to cut wood and gather eggs! :)
I like Bill, he'd fit in around here. Lots of people multi-task to make ends meet. I bet he gives a cracker jack haircut too!
Love the blog. We could use the 75 cent eggs up here in Chicago!I've resided in Chicago for nearly 30 years, but home is on the banks of the Suwannee in Gilchrist County.
I love it! Isn't life in the country great!?
Great photo!One time my family once drove by a sign that said "Free Old Lumber". My kids wanted to know who Old Lumber was and why he was in jail. Heh!
I got a kick out of this one! Ahhhh, Here's a toast to genuine folks everywhere. Have a great weekend :)
Zanne,A true hustler! In the good sense.Rebel,Whoa...that's right next door. Glad you came by.RM,It is and it's stuff like this that makes it so interesting.Hick,LOL! Laura,I believe Bill is the "genuine article" as they say. Thanks!
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