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Closer view of purloined-with-permission tiller

2014-06-26 - Cool Springs Creek, Gradyville, KY - Photo by Guy Babin. When Jim Whitehurst's prized super duper tiller is returned busloads of Canadian Tourists may drive by and see only the shovel & pitchfork, and marvel at the industry of the primitive natives, who are able, through pure sweat, perserverance, and intuitive ingenility, transform a large plot into garden spot - never realizing that it was done with a marvel of the Industrial Age. Native and Born Again Adair Countians will realize it's the Gradyville Way - good neighbors, the good Lord, and the County Agent and eager newcomers working together in a little piece of Adair County paradise. But even though all chapters of Hezekiah clearly proscribe the sin of coveting, Guy Babin confesses: "I am quite sure Jim Whitehurst's fancy tillin' mo-chine matches my old IH 424 much better than either of his beloved Masseys - just sayin' . . . '
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