Outdoors Quotes

We had a cistern for water. My grandmother churned butter and made lye soap. She and my mother did the washing in a wash kettle outdoors, using a fire to heat the water. That's the way they did the wash until the 1950s.
Butter
Did
Fire
Grandmother
Had
Heat
Made
Mother
She
Soap
Until
Using
Wash
The older I get, the more I appreciate my rural childhood. I spent a lot of time outdoors, unsupervised, which is a blessing.
Appreciate
Blessing
Childhood
Get
Lot
More
Older
Rural
Spent
Time
Which
One of the reasons I'm reluctant to start a novel is it's such an obsessive activity. You get in there, you don't know anything else while you're in there. And that's quite a sacrifice to make, especially for us old guys where time is kind of short. You don't want to disappear for a year; you want to be outdoors.
Activity
Anything
Anything else
Disappear
Else
Get
Guys
Kind
Know
Make
Novel
Obsessive
Old

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