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To Walk on Land that's Ours: Honeysuckle Baskets, Clean Mountain Air, Pure Mountain Water

To Walk on Land that's Ours: Honeysuckle Baskets, Clean Mountain Air, Pure Mountain Water To Walk on Land that's Ours: Honeysuckle Baskets, Clean Mountain Air, Pure Mountain Water Sidney Saylor Farr Appalachian Heritage, Volume 8, Number 4, Fall 1980, pp. 31-36 (Article) Published by The University of North Carolina Press DOI: https://doi.org/10.1353/aph.1980.0005 For additional information about this article https://muse.jhu.edu/article/441591/summary Access provided at 19 Feb 2020 23:16 GMT from JHU Libraries Completed Baskets by Betty and William Mills. All photos by Lance Hill. TO WALK ON LAND THAT'S OURS HONEYSUCKLE BASKETS, CLEAN MOUNTAIN AIR, PURE MOUNTAIN WATER by Sidney Saylor Fan We stopped the car at the foot of a steep road and got out; we were afraid to attempt driving the rest of the way to Betty and William Mill's house at the head of York Branch. There had been a shower of rain a short time before we got there, but now the sun shone in an almost clear sky. A mountain stream ran alongside the path, crossing it in a couple of places. Wild ferns, still wet from the rain, grew beside the stream and lifted green fronds to the sun and fresh air. Betty and William greeted us. We sat on the front porch awhile visiting before I talked about http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Appalachian Review University of North Carolina Press

To Walk on Land that's Ours: Honeysuckle Baskets, Clean Mountain Air, Pure Mountain Water

Appalachian Review , Volume 8 (4) – Jan 8, 2014

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To Walk on Land that's Ours: Honeysuckle Baskets, Clean Mountain Air, Pure Mountain Water Sidney Saylor Farr Appalachian Heritage, Volume 8, Number 4, Fall 1980, pp. 31-36 (Article) Published by The University of North Carolina Press DOI: https://doi.org/10.1353/aph.1980.0005 For additional information about this article https://muse.jhu.edu/article/441591/summary Access provided at 19 Feb 2020 23:16 GMT from JHU Libraries Completed Baskets by Betty and William Mills. All photos by Lance Hill. TO WALK ON LAND THAT'S OURS HONEYSUCKLE BASKETS, CLEAN MOUNTAIN AIR, PURE MOUNTAIN WATER by Sidney Saylor Fan We stopped the car at the foot of a steep road and got out; we were afraid to attempt driving the rest of the way to Betty and William Mill's house at the head of York Branch. There had been a shower of rain a short time before we got there, but now the sun shone in an almost clear sky. A mountain stream ran alongside the path, crossing it in a couple of places. Wild ferns, still wet from the rain, grew beside the stream and lifted green fronds to the sun and fresh air. Betty and William greeted us. We sat on the front porch awhile visiting before I talked about

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Published: Jan 8, 2014

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