Monday, May 02, 2005

Root house

One of the many buildings on the family farm is the root house, a small one-room building insulated with walls that are five to six inches thick. The root house stores fruit and vegetables, both fresh and canned, as well as a lot of miscellaneous stuff. In the heat of summer, the root house is the coolest place on the farm, and it always smells like apples. By April, most of the apples that were stored over the winter have been eaten and most of the canned fruit consumed.

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(After nearly four years, I still check out the View: Page Source on Raspberry World when I'm trying to figure out something in html I don't know. Thanks, Susie!)

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