"It looks like one of the big pots cartoon cannibals used to cook pith helmeted explorers."
Posts published in “Feature Stories”
Feature stories about life, past and present, in the Ferndale area,
"In the covid-19 pandemic, everyone has entered my world of working from home, online meetings, and spending most of both night and day in in front of a screen."
"... he once saw a faller threaten to punch a swamper in the face when he started to sharpen the faller’s ax with a file."
"I find myself thinking about Grandma Helen. She would know exactly how to hunker down and tough it out."
"Stone Soup is a miracle of optimism and sharing, and of finding joy in times of distress, and of trusting your neighbors and your friends, and of the power of an onion to connect people."
"The soil underneath the tangle left behind by the loggers was good, but preparing the land for farming was a struggle."
When the salmon were running, my grandfather fished them from Deer Creek with a pitch fork.
Another of the many ways people in Ferndale go out of their way to make life better for their neighbors.