This is an affectionate and humorous look at the life of the small
North-East farmer through the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
It is full of folk wisdom and anecdotes from the people who made
that farming community the prosperous thing it became from Nature's
rather meagre bounty. Part social history, part family biography,
we trace the history of the farm and it's farmers from 1837, when
the author's great, great grandfather arrived, through six
generations to the present day. It is the story of a time
forgotten, of an evolution in farming techniques and attitudes and
of a family living and growing through it all.
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