It's a good thing my neighbors are great people - even the ones I haven't met yet. Thanks to them I have my horses back!
Missouri woman remembers her father during the depression era, undertaking corn planting with a horse-drawn plow.
Arkansas woman remembers having seven cents of spending money over six months during the depression era, which she spent on postage.
A depression era teen remembers working at one of the first IGA grocery stores, and earning extra money with his Shetland pony
The adventure of catching an escaped black horse at dusk.
Kansan recalls running a depression-era dairy farm in his youth.
The wedding gifts that one Nebraskan woman received saw her family through the lean times of the depression era
The epic saga of me getting stuck in a snowdrift after we moved to our farm.
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