He described it as small. I understand by comparison to many other farms
in the area at the time, it was small.
That was many years ago - haven't had any contact with him since.
> I'm now living in Champaign, Illinois, in the heart of Illinois
Maybe he sold it and took his $150M and that's why I haven't heard from
him for years. ;-)
> Now when I spent some time in the cattle and sheep areas of North
I remember the lack of trees across the midwest when my family took a
vacation trip back in the 1970s. Strange to me who grew up in northern
California with little things like the Sierra Nevadas and the Redwoods
near to hand ...
Worked in Yellowstone National Park for two summers, got to see buffalo
and other critters. They were cool!
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