A 4TH OF JULY TALE: STORIES FROM HIGLEY HILL

Monday, July 4, 2016:  My Mom is 82, my father is one year older. At 59 years old, I am their eldest child. No one is feeling young around here at the moment. In the month of June, shortly after I left the Inn to move to Vermont and finally had time on my hands … Continue reading A 4TH OF JULY TALE: STORIES FROM HIGLEY HILL

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The Bank Notes: Stories From Higley Hill

The story begins with a telegram sent from Henry Turnbull, Vice President of the Hanover National Bank on the corner of Nassau and Pine Sts. in the City of New York to a Mr. Eugene Van Nest at a post office box in Wessington Springs, South Dakota. On November 29th, 1922, Van Nest contacted the … Continue reading The Bank Notes: Stories From Higley Hill