Featured Articles from the June Two-Lane Livin’
THE JUNE ISSUE COVER CONTEST WINNER
Janet Cowger with “The Lane.”
The Value of Two-Lane Livin’ – While Two-Lane Livinâ€™ magazine is free, each page is bursting with value. If you skip a page, or a column, you may be missing out on some valuable information…
One-Lane Livin’ – Rear Wheel Drive – There was a time when some folks lived on what was known as dirt roads. These roads were not called secondary roads or off roads. They were dirt roads. The roads where more civilized folks lived were called hard roads….
Telling Tales About The Family – When I was growing up, my family shared stories on the front porch, after a fish fry in the back yard, or during the quiet time around the dining table after the dinner…
Positive Points - 5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Farmer’s Market
Twin Falls State Park -Â Twin Falls State Park is located near Beckley, in the southern part of the state. It’s more mountainous than our north central Mountain Lakes region…
The Dreaded Roof Leak - How about a quick refresher course on RV roof leak repair and where to look for problems?
Tithonia & Tomatillo - Tithonia and tomatillo — two not-well-known plants which share easy-to-grow characteristics, but not much else except excellent reasons to make room for them in your yard and garden (and they both begin with the letter ‘t’).
Nutrition & Arthritis – European medical doctors and alternative docs in the U.S. are getting much results and actually reverse joint damage in many cases with nutrition-based therapy…
It’s Okay To Fail – Who knows what really brings that failure feeling on sometimes? It can be a real event, in real time or it could well be the ghost of feelings long submerged.
The Edible Paw Paw - Pawpaw flowers from February thru May and fruits ripen June thru August. The fruit is edible but the seeds are toxic.
Comparing Health Care – May’s column dealt with the frustration of dealing with unfathomable delays in medical testing and treatment for patients requiring more immediate attention. Readers were invited to comment…
Always At Home – 100 Things Your Kids Can Do This Summer
Through the Seasons -Â The Quiet Sport
Things New and Old - Many Men on Many Wires
Waste Not, Want Not – Outdoor Uses for Baking Soda
Mom’s Recipe of The Month – Mom’s Wilted Lettuce
About the time I forget she exists, a large manilla envelope arrives in the mail. The minute I see the hand-written addressing, I smile to