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Traveling up a long gravel driveway there are sights to see such as trees bigger than any that is usually seen in a new town A big barn swings and a little old lady so small the littlest bit of wind could knock her over Looking around watching the stillness in the air and the warm tenderness of feeling welcome makes a place like this worth the hour drive The houses that neighbor are a couple acres away but neighbors are best friends practically family To the back and sides of the house stand hundreds of acres of fields for beans or corn to be picked each fall On the left side of the yard stands a small one room playhouse that is about 4 feet off the ground A small wooden ladder sits beside it so getting up into it would not be a challenge Walking back towards the house stands two large trees with a pole lying horizontally between branches Dangling from it is 2 swings made by pieces of wood and sized at 12x4 inches Just beside the swings stands a barn that has aged for many years Walking up to the back porch of the house to enter the house are a couple of cement steps up to the house Entering the back porch smells of freshly cooked food comes from inside the kitchen Walking into the kitchen is the bright view of cream wall paper with little ducks on it trimmed in blue The dining room down the hall is filled with china wear from over 50 years ago and still looks brand new An old 8 track sits near the dinner table so Poppy does not have to get up to change the music Exiting out the other side of the dining room is the living room and Poppys office which contains pictures of General Robert E Lee from World War II and so many interesting books that are
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