The Shearing and the Shorn

Corn Field

Corn Field

Corn Field

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Soy Field

Soy Field

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I love my hood…

 
 

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About Kurt Brindley

He is tall but he hopes to accomplish more in life than just that...
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4 Responses to The Shearing and the Shorn

  1. Warning: visual! For a period, post-university, I worked at a soy mill on the Toronto docks. Outside, the impossible-to-fly pigeons wandered bloated on soy beans.

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  2. L.S. Engler says:

    These take me back to my childhood on the Michigan family farm. Love it.

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