Because of my occupation , I live in a small house near my college's campus most of the year, but during the summer, I live with Kelsey and my five-year-old grandson Hayden in the little cottage on Barton Farm. Summer is my quietest time and Kelsey's busiest time, so it works well. I can watch Hayden while she handles emergencies big and small all over the Farm. This year, there are more problems than ever because Kelsey has a four day Civil War Reeactment and Ball planned. There are over one hundred reenactors camped out on the grounds, and they are here day and night. Battles rage on the cow pasture, and Abraham Lincoln and Walt Whitman are prancing about. Truth be told, the reenactment is not the biggest problem Kelsey faces. The dead body in the brick pit is. It's quite unfortunate that Maxwell Cherry--as despicable as he was--had to meet his maker on such an important weekend for the Farm. Part of me wonders if he planned it that way, but that's not possible because the police tell us he was murdered!
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