I am a native-born Vermonter, who has never not lived in Vermont. Didn’t plan it that way, but nothing ever lured me away from the Green Mountains. My Green Mountains. They were always there, providing a pleasant backdrop to our pastoral landscape.
In this memoir, Lindorff delves into topics that he describes as “old friends”: death, dreams, spirits, the psychoid realm, quantum reality, psychic reality, consciousness as a dimension, soul, synchronicity, and initiation. Not only does he want to be remembered, he wants to influence what he is remembered for.
The Sergeant training new officers: There is the right way, the wrong way and the Chatham Township way. Seriously? YES You will not be able to put this book down as you read the first-hand account of what it was like to work as a police officer in an affluent suburban community where "the rules" might look a bit different than those taught at the police academy.
Take a journey to a special time and place. It is a true historical description of how it took an entire family to run a farm during the period just prior to modern mechanization.
A time when it took the complete integration of people, animals and plants to make it a success. And no matter how well you plan, farming is all weather dependent and how well you adapt to its changes.