Down on the Farm: Hideouts
As summer winds down, the boy in me dreads school. In August, my dreams at night revert to themes of missing the bus or of going to school in less than proper attire. The deeper dread is of the resumption of constant adult supervision.
Town and city boys used to build secret clubs in tree houses as a rebellion against adult oversight.
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