There wre many lessons in life learned in the hay field. Most are lost on today's generation.
By Steve Doyle
Wednesday, August 31, 2011 at 3:00 am (Updated: August 31, 3:04 am)
A man and I were talking the other day about another lost teaching moment for young people.
We reminisced about how boys and girls are missing out on one of those annual activities that taught us so much about the challenges of life, about how we could face them, and, well, about nature, in a roundabout way.
In fact, of the fundamentals taught to our dubious and dumbfounded dispositions, I might suggest this endeavor had perhaps the greatest impact on our development this side of a hug or a switch, though hardly anywhere close to that personal.
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