Bill Long's place
Granddad called it “Bill Long’s place.” The small, hillside farmstead was scattered with box elder, ash and Chinese elm trees and wild plum brush. A gray, weather-worn barn was the only building left standing and a disconnected windmill spun aimlessly in the westerly breezes. It was what others and I called “a ghost farm.”
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