How to Walk a Pig, and...
How to Walk a Pig, and Other Country Lessons in Country Living
A former hippie offers a memoir of his experiences after buying a run-down farm and going "back to the land" with his wife, children, and a varied cast of animal characters including an unlovable pig named Ahog. IP.
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published April 1st 1995 by Lyons and Burford Publishers
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This memoir is a collection of lighthearted and often very amusing anecdotes about a couple from the city who move to a country farm in the 1960s and raise a family. The chapters are very short, and are usually about encounters with various kinds of animals, both pets and wildlife. I thought it would be a good book to read since I recently moved to the country, and I definitely learned a thing or two that may come in handy. For instance, it's easier to wring a chicken's neck than to cut its head...more