- Category: Gray/Campbell Farmstead
- Published: Monday, 25 October 2010 13:33
- Written by George Freeman
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Mark Twain had Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer skin the occasional cat – and avoid book learn’n at all cost. But there is a easier way to avoid the classroom and still learn a few lessons about the old days and ways. You could partake of the Annual Lifestyle Exposition at the Gray-Campbell Farmstead each fall. You could turn back the calendar and adjust your inner clock to a more relaxed pace. You could sing the old songs, lift your voice, bow your head or just contemplate the richness of our lives. You could pitch horseshoes and spit seeds for the honor of it. You could sample pies or even bring one to be considered for a top prize. You could hear music, dance if you like, and learn about whittlin’ and wood carvin’. You can also hear about plans to relocate the old Liberty School, built in the 1850s, to the farmstead property.