Rusted out cars are a part of the rural landscape. A lot of times they might just look like garbage, but every car has a story. This is one.
Chicken houses were pretty much invented on the Delmarva Peninsula a little more than 100 years ago. It's weird that they are rarely improved, only destroyed and rebuilt.
I'm not a city boy by any means. I'm a dyed-in-the-wool suburbanite. My folks were city born and raised and, beyond the occasional hike in the woods, there wasn't a lot of contact with animals that weren't dogs or cats. I mean, I went to petting zoos, sure. In fact, we had working farms not [...]
When I first moved to the Delmarva Peninsula, muskrat was much more a local thing than it has become. Served in church halls or on specialty nights in very specific restaurants, it wasn’t passed off as a delicacy so much as a wall between the Eastern Shoreman and the come-heres. For nearly two decades I [...]