Wednesday, June 27, 2007

The postcard below taken in Earle, Arkansas, Crittenden County, shows white oak logs as they grew in Arkansas prior in the early part of the last century. If you look carefully, you will get a sense of scale by finding the man standing in front of the railroad car. They don't grow logs like that in Arkansas anymore.

Tomorrow, in discussing localism, I will give a brief glimpse into my early days in Eureka Springs and what it can be like to live in a community where the word local can actually mean something.

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