Category: Down on the Funny Farm
The Rest of the Story By Farmer Doug Clint does not need an introduction or conclusion to this...Read More
The Rest of The Story By: Farmer Doug I cannot help but belly laugh when I read these episodes of...Read More
The Rest of the Story Clint and I worked several months together here on the farm and I do believe...Read More
The Rest of the Story By Doug Harrell Clint had many strengths, a vivid imagination was certainly...Read More
The Rest of the Story: This was the second Funny Farm Story that Clint wrote back in 2010. He...Read More
Clint’s Chronicles on the Funny Farm: The Rest of the Story I will never forget the...Read More
This story brings many things to mind today. We were producing 300-400 gallons of pure sorghum syrup molasses when Farmer Clint was writing this story and this past year we only produced 140 gallons. The spring weather just did not agree with plant germination so we never got a good stand of sorghum. The process had changed from using a tobacco hatchet to a John Deere corn binder so we had an easier time with the harvesting. Clint would have enjoyed watching that process but it would never have done to let him run the machine! As I have matured more, I personally realize that some of the things that have taken place on the farm must change with my physical ability to do the manual labor that Clint never enjoyed but was always so willing to try and do.Read More
- The Beginning of the Story by John and Steph Limongello will touch your heart.
- Humility by Brent Price touches a cord in Christians.
- The Rivers We Cross by Timothy W. Tron is God’s Doing.
- Running the Race by Preacher Chris Rathbone lists the necessities to win.
- Storms by Jim Hart warns us that storms will come.
Tomorrow is forecast to be nearly the same temperature as today.
Sunday 11/19 0%
High 52° / Low 25°
Partly cloudy. Lows overnight in the mid 20s.
Monday 11/20 0%
High 54° / Low 33°
Mainly sunny. High 54F. Winds WSW at 5 to 10 mph.
Tuesday 11/21 10%
High 50° / Low 38°
Overcast. High near 50F. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph.