Farming Equip.- Lionel Train - Jackson GA Estate Sale

Estate sale at Jackson Lake.... Saturday, Oct. 24, 9am-5pm, estatesales.net will have address posted Friday morning after 9am. Something for the guys and girls...
  • Large collection Lionel Trains
  • Large Butter dish collection
  • Yamaha Med Duty 1 Utility Dump Cart
  • MF 1955 TO35 Tractor
  • boom pole
  • Earthquake chipper
  • subsoilers
  • Baltboy cultivator 
  • Yanmar RS1400 tiller
  • Samasz Disc Harrow
  • turning plow
  • sand spreader
  • Echo Grass Trimmer
  • John Deere Spreader
  • wheel barrows
  • Yardman 27cc Backpack Blower
  • Murray tractor mower
  • Big Hog trailer
  • 42" Aerator 
  • yard tools
  • Commercial chest freezer
  • Refrig/freezer
  • display cabinets
  • Coleman camping supplies
  • small appliances
  • folding chairs
  • sewing machine
  • trapping cages
  • and more...

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Meet My Dad!!

Meet My Dad!!
"Looking back, I thank God for my Christian parents. I thank God for His love for us. I thank God for the love within our family unit. I thank God that I was born and reared in rural America on a farm ... in Georgia." Lowell Hamlett

Reflections Of Yesterday On The Farm

In rememberance of my dad...
This is a great little booklet written by my dad, Lowell Hamlett. It is written as one line memories of growning up on the farm, 80 plus years ago. He has divided his book into seasons of the year: Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall.

Fall Memories:
"Hauling wagon loads of black jack oaks home from the mountains for fire wood."
"Learning to make syrup candy at home"
"How we hated to take medicine - especially Castor Oil and liver medicine."
"Spending entire days in the woods just enjoying the out-of-doors."
"The good smell of newly mown hay."
"How doctors gave up on my father in his illness of 1930, offering us no hope."
"How he not only recovered but lived another 32 years farming and doing carpenter work."
"Meeting a beautiful young lady, Nell Howell, in 1946 who would eventually become my wife, the mother of our five children, Ronald, Glenn, Beverly (me), Linda & Brenda (twins)."

Reflections of Yesterday on the Farm: $3.00