This envelope was mailed in 1905. What's so cool about it? We actually raise Barred Rocks as part of our mixed laying flock. Our younger rooster is Fu, he is a Barred Rock, and he could have posed for this picture.
|Ok, these are hens, not a rooster, but they do live on our farm!|
The above item was mailed in 1901. It's kind of fun looking at the various technologies used that were pulled behind teams of horses. And, we see these technologies adapted for many of the implements we are now using with Durnik (our tractor).
And yes, Higganum is another cool name for a town.
This one may be worth using the right mouse button to view at a larger size. This is a booklet that includes a speech by Representative Hull...in 1933. What was he trying to say? We should use the excess grain produced in our country to supplement gasoline. Interesting.
I know a cool person who has the last name "Hull."
This is addressed to Xeno Putnam. "Xeno" is a cool name. And bees are just plain cool.
And, for those of you who are curious about post number 1 on this subject. The items were from 1883, 1912, 1913, 1905 and 1905.
And now you know - we've had a couple of cool days.