A widely travelled and experienced newspaperman who settled down on a small Pennsylvania airy farm some 14 years ago now tells how his rural project finally ended in Despite all the , the writer-farmer's indomitable spirit kept High Meadows with its contented bovine population a going concern. But the book is much more than a for an farm. Larded with mouth watering recipes, farm and other information, it tells how to make the best of country life. Even more, it stands as a small movement to man's ability to struggle against conditions which nature imposes. An excellent market among country-bred for whom there are surprisingly few books which reflect the authentic rural background.