Hippie Jack’s mountain mission on wheels

There are still some good people in the world, doing for those who can't. You would think in this day and age, especially in one of the most prosperous countries in the world, that people couldn't live "off the grid" like this anymore. But they do. https://www.tennessean.com/picture-gallery/news/2017/11/24/hippie-jacks-mountain-mission-on-wheels/107498878/

Why do some southerners eat black-eyed peas, hog jowls and greens on New Year’s Day?

I'm from Alabama...but I've never eaten these for New Years. Never cared for black-eyed peas or hog jowls, but give me a mess of greens and cornbread, anyday! While I've been in Japan, I do eat Osechi every New Years. What do you eat for New Years? Share in the comments, below. http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2016/12/why_do_we_eat_black-eyed_peas.html#incart_river_mobileshort_home Related articles Getting out …

“A Tainted Well”

A TAINTED WELL Written by Jerry C Smith Copyright 2016 Jerry C Smith All Rights Reserved FINDING AN OLD FARMSTEAD What could be better than walking down a winding dirt road on a warm Saturday morning in June? Anyone who's into forgotten Alabama history knows some of our finest treasures are found beyond the next …

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