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April 09, 2008


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What a wonderful treasure to find, so much history.


Cool - I didn't know what a scythe was until I looked it up:
"an implement with a long handle and a long curved single-edged blade, used to cut grass, crops, or similar plants by swinging the blade horizontally close to the ground"

See, everytime I visit I learn new things! Keep up the good work - and what fun to unearth burried treasures!!
Loved the poem - so perfect...



"Found" treasures are great aren't they? I always wonder about the previous owners & how they lost them.


That sure beats the back tooth I found while planting pansies over the weekend! Lovely poem and so appropriate.

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