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Sylvia's Farm by Sylvia Jorrin
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Sylvia's Farm

by Sylvia Jorrin

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Charming musings from a back-to-the-lander. She's turned into a real and true farmer, but has kept her sensibilities. I could be friends with her. ( )
  2wonderY | May 18, 2017 |
A woman becomes farmer & shepherd, working chiefly alone in a 35 room house with various outbuildings including a barn (its loft collapses). She is a cook, a gardener, works terribly hard in cold weather in the house & out of the house. She loves her animals and raises them chiefly for wool, eggs, milk rather than selling them as food. Does her life seem selfish? I thought this was a surprisingly beautiful book.
  ammurphy | Dec 17, 2009 |
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Presents a series of vignettes in which the author describes her experiences after buying a twenty-five-room house in upper New York and slowly becoming a farmer.

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