Following the lead of her earlier bestselling books, Anny Scoones once again charms and inspires readers with her insights and observations. Using her experiences on a farm as a backdrop, Anny muses on the environment, fate, time and aging. In this collection of personal memoirs, Anny reaches deeper into what nature, rural life and agriculture mean to us. She explores the thrills, joys and disasters of what really happens in the countryside and nearby towns. Stories vary from a rescued dog Anny met in the town bank, to a grand old white pine tree that was given a new purpose, to a horse who couldn't relax without blackberries, to the joys of the garage sale-even a recipe for quince jelly. The book is illustrated by renowned Canadian artists Molly Lamb Bobak and Bruno Bobak. True Home is the third and final part of the Glamorgan Farm collection, tales of one of the oldest pioneer farms on Vancouver Island.baking on glamorgan farm AFTER THE MORNING FARM CHORES, I often go off to do errands. My weekly list ... It was a pig-shaped cookie cutter. It was only fifty ... When I arrived home, I thought that it would be fun to make cookies in pig shapes for Christmas presents because I loved my pigs so much.The anticipation ofaanbsp;...
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