Tuttle's Family Farm | House for Sale
“People ask me, ‘Don’t you just want to die? Isn’t this the saddest thing that’s ever happened to your family?’” Lucy says. “Well, no, it’s not.”She’s starting to recognize that the farm isn’t the only thing that connects her to her roots. Parting with the land of her ancestors has brought the living members of her family closer together. Becky, now divorced, has moved in with Lucy. And both now work for their cousin, Dave Tuttle, who runs his own farm just over the Maine state line. In Dave’s greenhouse, where she and Becky transplant seedlings, they still carry Tuttle soil beneath their fingernails.
As Lucy leans back into the grass, propping herself up on her elbows, a form appears at the edge of the field behind her. It’s a girl–one of Will’s daughters–jogging in the rutted dirt where there once grew rows of sunflowers. Her strawberry-blonde ponytail bounces with each step. Lucy turns her head and raises her hand to wave. “Nice form, Daisy!” she calls. The girl disappears behind the treeline.
For details of the sale, contact Robert E. Gregg Jr., Concord, NH; 603-227-2413; email@example.com; tuttlefarm.landvest.com
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