When I was 17 and still awake at 5 AM for some reason, a girlfriend and I decided to hitchhike "up north" to visit a farm. One of those things where you're still sitting around talking to each other as the sun is about to rise, wondering who else is awake at that time of the morning. The obvious answer to us was people who live on farms.
So we left Minneapolis by hitchiking to I-35 to head north. We decided not to pick a destination but to go wherever the person who picked us up was going. You know, the goofy kind of ideas a 17-year-old kid who thought she was clever would suggest. Maybe we were coming down on acid, after all, it was 1969; hard to recall. In any case, we ended up in Duluth and not a farm.
Hence, my knowledge of farm life is fairly limited. But, you can read more about farm life from JaCi in our personal blog today at this link: Do You Love Farm Life in Sacramento County?
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