Down on the Farm: Finding old bones
Last month big machines rolled in to rip up the seven miles of the road that goes past the farm.
After years of rumors, surveyor sticks, ribbons tied to doomed trees and unreadable symbols written in day-glow spray paint on the road, the big project finally got off the ground.
It will be a two-year ordeal. In the end, the entire seven miles will be beautiful tar, free of frost boils, built to bear the weight of the truck traffic that tends to travel the route anyway.
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