Brick by brick, board by board. . .

When I was a kid my great uncle purchased the abandoned railroad depot in our town.  It had to go.  He bought it to tear it down and then to use the lumber to build a hog house on his farm.  My brother and I and an old curmudgeon named John were enlisted to do some of the heavy lifting.  We literally tore down the building brick by brick and board by board.  My Uncle Roy was a frugal sort of guy so the nails we pulled out were hammered straight again and put in coffee cans to be reused when it came time to build the thing up again.  It seemed to take forever.  Of course, it did not. . . . Read All

Services | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Powered by the UACLutheran Network