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By Carrie Bender

This hot tale of Amish kinfolk lifestyles is a sequel to A Fruitful Vine, publication 2 within the Miriam's magazine sequence.

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The leaves are dropping thick and fast, driven before a chilly wind. Monday was a lovely, golden Indian summer day, though, and Nate watched the babies while Dora and I walked along the creek gathering shellbarks and hickory nuts. We saw flocks of wild geese winging their way southward and frisky squirrels busily gathering nuts for the winter. Black-capped chickadees, flocks of tiny snowbirds, Page 17 and agile nuthatches flitted among the trees and up and down the trunks. We even had the courage to cross the high Kette-Schtecke (swinging bridge) to the other side of the creek.

That would be a big move. We would miss you, too! " Rosemary gave me a look of appreciation, knowing I also would feel the pains of parting. Yet I thought I had to help her put things into perspective. "At least you wouldn't be traveling in a covered wagon, or going into hostile territory like the pioneers had to do. They often didn't hear from their loved ones back home again for years, and sometimes they never saw them again. "Anyhow, we could write letters to each other. " "That's so," Rosemary agreed.

For once she wasn't the first to have found out about something. Page 38 "Well, I declare," she exclaimed. " She shook her head sadly, clucking her tongue. That was pretty much the reaction of us all. It gives me the shivers to think that we have robbers in the neighborhood. Next it won't be safe to go outside after dark, like in the cities. Oh well, as long as we're snowed in like this, I guess we won't have to worry about thieves. If they are so determined not to work for a living, they would hardly care to struggle through this storm.

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