Tag Archives: From The Orange Mailbox

Stealing a Memory From My Mom

Kate Flora: With the holidays on the horizon, I’ve been thinking about holidays past. These days, there are far fewer people around the table, yet I still enjoy making all the food I grew up with. A too-big turkey with lots … Continue reading

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John Clark reflecting on generations and what they can pass on. Kate and I grew up on 187 acre Sennebec Hill Farm where we spent plenty of time outside as kids. We created hiding places on the hill across from … Continue reading

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Out of the Kitchen and Through the Woods

Kate Flora: This is a “ghost post” from my late mother, A. Carman Clark, from her book of collected country living essays, From the Orange Mailbox. This takes me back to childhood Thanksgivings, when the women bustled around in the kitchen, … Continue reading

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