Down In The Valley

16" x 20"

Down in the valley you can hear the old saw mill sing and smell the fresh sawn lumber as it is stacked. In the millpond there lurks more than one lunker and over on the lawn, cats, kittens, and little girls are having a time of it - deciding - just who is in charge. Down in the valley is not a bad place to be!

$125.00
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    16" x 20"

    Down in the valley you can hear the old saw mill sing and smell the fresh sawn lumber as it is stacked. In the millpond there lurks more than one lunker and over on the lawn, cats, kittens, and little girls are having a time of it - deciding - just who is in charge. Down in the valley is not a bad place to be!

     

    Paper Edition of 1000

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