Journey back in time to life on the farm during the Depression!
The going price for a good milk cow was $2.50. Laundry soap, and most everything else, was made on the farm. Model T's were converted into tractors. Clothes were washed at night when the wind was blowing enough to power the 32-volt windcharger for the electric washing machine.
Join Les Anderson as he takes you back in time in this charming and humorous look at the hardships and joys of life on the farm during the Depression in rural Minnesota, then on to life working at the newspaper in the big city. It not only recalls a simpler time, but allows us to reconnect with our own past so that we, too, can cherish that which is most important and meaningful about life.
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Les and his wife Elaine reside in Elk River, Minnesota, near the beautiful Mississippi River. Les continues to keep busy working two days a week at the Elk River Star News and attends all Lions and Rotary Club meetings. Also, going to 10 A.M. coffee with his friends is a must. Les has found that family, friends, and health are the most imortant ingredients in life.Review:
Les has performed a public service in writing this memoir because its influence will be constructive and inspirational. -- Former Governor Elmer L. Andersen
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