“Wilderness Classroom Calamity”

A cedar bush lean-to crushed by a fallen limb.

Tree tops received careful scrutiny prior to locating the cedar-bush lean-to described by Meshach Browning. Not a one appeared damaged or diseased. The humble shelter was fine late that sunny spring morning. An hour past noon found it crushed by a powder-keg-sized oak limb… Old Northwest Territory, one valley east of the River Raisin, in the Year of our Lord, 1794.

“Snapshot Saturday”

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