"A fascinating change of lifestyle!" - Chloe H., Amazon Top 1000 Reviewer
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My dad was a farmer and my parents provided beautiful meals from their garden that brings back nostalgic memories.
Maybe these memories are so interests me in this true story. Read more
Excellent book. I just read a somewhat similar book "The Dirty Life" which I enjoyed very much. Read morePublished 20 days ago by anonymous
This book provides a good view into what it's like to begin to farm. The author has candor about the decisions made be he and his wife, and doesn't seem to hold much back. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Aaron L. M. Goodwin
A very good book. Dragged in some places due to details of farming, but the writing style is conversational. It's an interesting story.Published 1 month ago by J. Calhoun
This idiot gives farming, all farming, a bad name. They just threw themselves into farming instead of researching and LEARNING about what they were getting into. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lisa M
I enjoyed listening to this book mainly because I love farming stories. It is interesting to hear how different people decide to move away from typical American life and join... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Katie D
Lots of philosophy but little information on the "how to do it" of getting "back to the land." Clearly you need time and opportunity; money also helps.Published 3 months ago by J Eihganrac
Great book about how life can turn out when first go out to the farm.Published 3 months ago by Lonnie Lenox