Items by Joanne Wilke
Every spring, thousands of honking, spiraling, brilliantly white snow geese take to the endless skies over Montana's vast prairies.
There's something evocative about old farm equipment, which is as rich in memories as it is covered in ancient rust.
During a long, adventurous life, Great-aunt Marie never wasted a thing or even had garbage to throw away.
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