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Robert Stone found these lines from a little Poem, from bygone recollections:
Oft times in dead of winter, the seat was covered with snow.
'Twas then with much reluctance, to the little house you'd go.
With a swish you'd clear the seat, bend low, with dreadful fear
You'd blink your eyes and grit your teeth as you settled on your rear.

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Scenic Green Co., KY: Necessary room of yesteryear, in the snow

2010-12-28 - Photo by Kim Hughes. Off Marshall Ridge RD, Green Co., KY
"This picture was taken in Green County off Marshall Ridge on Christmas day," writes Kim Hughes. "My parents are from Florida and they purchased this farm last year. Lucky for them they headed south just in time!"

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